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FORM FOR BEQUEST OF LEGACY. 

I GIVE AND BEQUEATH to the Royal Institute of British 
Architects , Incorporated by Royal Charters 7 Will. IV., 50 Viet., 

8 Edw. VII., and 15 Geo. V ., the sum of 

free of duty* to he applicable [in the discretion of the Council of the 
said Institute, for the general purposes or for such special purposes 
as the said Council shall determine ], f AND I DIRECT and declare 
that the said Legacy shall be paid to the President for the. finf, being 
of the said Institute, whose receipt shall be an effectual and sufficient 
discharge for the same. 

* If it is not desired that the legacy be given free of duty the words “ free 
of duty ” should be omitted. 

f If any special directions or conditions are to be attached to the legacy 
the part in brackets to be omitted and the special matter inserted. 


FORM FOR BEQUEST OF RESIDUE. 

I GIVE, DEVISE, AND BEQUEATH my residuary estate to 
the Royal Institute of British Architects, Incorporated by Royal 
Charters 7 Will. IV., 50 Viet., 8 Edw. VII., and 15 Geo. V ., to be 
applied [«« the discretion of the Council of the said Institute, to the 
general purposes thereof or to such special purposes as the said Council 
shall determine ].t 

J NOTE. — If any special directions or conditions are to be attached to 
the residuary bequest the part in brackets to be omitted and the special 
matter inserted. 



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CONTENTS 


Map showing districts of R.I.B.A. and Allied Societies 

PAGE 

Frontispiece 

Form for Bequest of Legacy ... 


iv 

Form for Bequest of Residue 


iv 

Index 


ix-xiv 

Council ... 


1-3 

Executive Committee ... 


3 

Standing Committees ... 


4 

Board of Architectural Education 


5 

* Committees of the Board 


6-8 

Examiners 


8-9 

Committees of Council... 


9 

Other Committees 


9-13 

Allied Societies’ Conference ... 


13-16 

Franco-British Union of Architects ... 


16 

Overseas Hon. Secretaries 


16 

Officials of Staff. 


3 & 17 

Schools of Architecture Recognised for Exemption 
R.I.B.A. Examinations ... 

from the 

17-18 

Foundation of the R.I.B.A. 


19 

R.I.BA. Premises 


21 

Council Dinner Club ... 


23 

R.I.B.A. Travelling Cards 


23 

Regulations Governing the Measurement of Public Buildings and 
Monuments in European Countries 

23 

Assessors in Competitions 


24 

Register of Assistants seeking Employment 



24 

Register of Architects willing to take Recognised Schools 
in their Offices 

Students 

25 

List of Societies Allied to the Royal Institute 

26-27, 394-563 

j Past Presidents R.I.B.A. ... ... ... * ... 


28 

- Royal Gold Medallists ... 


28 

’■ Sessional Almanac 


29-40 

Charter of 1837 


41-43 

do. 1887 


43-51 

Supplemental Charter of 1909 


52-55 

do. do. 1925 


55-63 

j e-laws : Note re 


64 

Entrance Fees, Subscriptions and Contributions 


64 

imposition of Subscriptions for Life Membership 


64 

igreement for the Amalgamation of the R.I.BA. and the Society 

65-69 

of Architects 


,;^ode of Professional Practice of Architects ... 


70-71 

1 The R.I.BA. Library .... 



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Register of Honorary Fellows 

do. do. Associates 

do. do. Corresponding Members 

do. Fellows 

do. Fellows Retired from Practice 

do. Retired Members of the Society of Architects 

do. Associates ... 

do. Licentiates... 

do. Students 

do. Subscribers... 

Summary of Membership 


73 

73-78 

78-81 


81-150 
1 50-1 52 

153- I 54 

154 - 243 
243-307 
308-331 


332 

332 


Local Distribution of Fellows, Associates and Licentiates (England) 333-375 

(Scotland) 375-379 
(Wales) 379-381 
(Ireland) 382 
(British Dominions, 

etc., Overseas) 383-388 
(Foreign Countries 388-389 


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Architectural Association, London 

Architecture Club 

Tribunal of Appeal 

Royal Fine Art Commission ... 


39° 

391 

392 

393 


Allied Societies and Branches, Great Britain and Ireland : — 


Berks, Bucks and Oxon Architectural Association 

Branches : Berks Society of Architects 

Oxford Society of Architects ... 

Bucks Society of Architects 
Birmingham Architectural Association ... 

Devon and Cornwall Architectural Society 
Branches : Exeter 

Plymouth 

East Anglian Society of Architects 

Branches : Norfolk and Norwich Association of Architects 
Suffolk Association of Architects 
Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire Society of Architects . . . 
Branches: Colchester and District Chapter 
Chelmsford and District Chapter 

Southend-on-Sea and District Chapter 
West Essex Chapter 
Cambridge Chapter 
Hertfordshire Chapter ... 

St. Albans Branch 
Watford Branch... 


Hampshire and Isle of Wight Architectural Association 
Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland 
Leicester and Leicestershire Society of Architects 
Liverpool Architectural Society 

Branch : North Wales .Architectural Society 
Manchester Society of Architects 

Branches : Blackpool and Fylde Architectural Society .. 

Burnley District Society of Architects * .. 
Oldham Society of Architects ... 

- "r***- 1 * 

Northern Architectural Association 
Branches : Tees-side Branch 
v ^ , Cumberland Branch ... 

Nottingham and Derby Architectural Society 


396 

398 

399 

400 

401 

406 

407 

408 

409 

410 

411 

412 


413 

413 

414 

415 

416 


417 

417 

417 


418 


422 


427 

429 

433 

434 
439 


440 

441 


442 

444 


448 


449 

450 


Contents 


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PAGE 

Allied Societies and Branches, Great Britain and Ireland — Continued. 


Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland ... 

Chapters: Aberdeen Society of Architects 
Dundee Institute of Architects 
Edinburgh Architectural Association ... 
Glasgow Institute of Architects 
Inverness Architectural Association ... 
Sheffield, South Yorkshire and District Society of Architects 
and Surveyors ... 

South-Eastern Society of Architects 
South Wales Institute of Architects 
Branches : Central (Cardiff) 

Western (Swansea) 

Eastern (Newport) 

Ulster Society of Architects 
Wessex Society of Architects 

Branches: Bristol Society of Architects ... 

Gloucestershire Architectural Association 
Wilts and Dorset Society of Architects 
West Yorkshire Society of Architects ... 

York and East Yorkshire Architectural Society 


453 

455 

456 

457 
461 

465 


466 

469 

480 

481 

483 

484 

48s 

487 

488 


491 

492 

493 
499 


Allied Societies and Branches, Overseas : — 

Institute of South African Architects 

Cape Provincial Institute 

Natal Provincial Institute 

Orange Free State Provincial Institute 

Transvaal Provincial Institute 

East African Institute of Architects 

Rhodesian Institute of Architects 
The Australian Institute of Architects ... 

Institute of Architects of New South Wales 
Queensland Institute of Architects 
South Australian Institute of Architects ... 

Royal Victorian Institute of Architects 
Royal Institute of Architects of Western Australia 
Tasmanian Institute of Architects 
New Zealand Institute of Architects 
Branches : Auckland District 

South Auckland District 

0 Hawkes Bay — Gisborne District 

Taranaki -Wanganui District ... 
Wellington District 
Canterbury District 
Otago District ... 

Southland District 

Burma Society of Architects 

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada 
Alberta Association of Architects ... 
Architectural Institute of British Columbia 
Manitoba Association of Architects 
Maritime Association of Architects 
Ontario Association of Architects ... 

Province of Quebec Association of Architects 
Saskatchewan Association of Architects 
Indian Institute of Architects 
Singapore Society of Architects 

Foreign Architectural Societies — List of 

Membership of the R.I.BA. and Examinations, etc. 


502 
502 

506 

507 

508 
5»5 
5ib 

517 

518 
524 

526 
528 

533 

534 
536 
53b 
538 

538 

539 
539 

541 

542 

542 

543 

544 

545 
54b 

548 

549 
55° 
554 

558 

559 

563 

566-568 

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Examination for R.I.B.A. Diploma in Town Planning ... . .583-585 

List of Books Recommended to Students ... ... ... ...586-596 

Official and other Publications containing Building Regulations . ■ . 597-600 

Scholarships in Architecture at Schools of Architecture recognised 

by the R.I.BA.. for exemption from its Examinations... ...601—608 

Prizes and Studentships, 1929-1930 ... ... ... ... ...609-622 

Society of Architects Awards, 1897-1925 ... ... ... ...623-624 

R.I.B.A. London Architecture Medal ... ... ... ... 624 

R.I.B.A. Architecture Medal for Scotland ... ... ... ... 625 

Building Surveying : Examination qualifying for Candidature as 
District Surveyor in London and Building Surveyor under 
Local Authorities ... ... ... ... ... ... ...626-630 

District Surveyors in London — List of ... ... ... ••■631-632 

R.I.B.A. Publications ... ... ... ... ... ... 633, 662-668 

The Journal ... ... ... ... ... ... 633 

Forms of Agreement ... ... ... ... ... • 633 

Notice Forms under Part VIII, London Building Act ... 633 

Scale of Professional Charges ... ... ••• •••634-639 

Scale of Architects’ Charges for Housing Work ... ...639-642 

Regulations Governing the Promotion and Conduct of Archi- 
tectural Competitions ... ... ... ■■• ...642-645 

Regulations for International Architectural Competitions ...645-647 
Forms of Articles of Pupilage ... ... ... ••• ... 647 

Conservation and Repair of Ancient Buildings— General 

Advice ... ... ... ... ... ... ...647-653 

R.I.BJV. Sizes of Standard Bricks ... ... ... ... ...654-656 

The Cubing of Buildings ... ... ... ... ... 657 

Architects’ Benevolent Society ... ... ... ... ...658-659 

Association of Architects’, Surveyors’ and Technical Assistants ... 660 

National Health and Pensions Insurance — Architects’ and 

Surveyors’ Approved Society ... ... ... ... ...660-661 

Papers appearing in R.I.B.A. Journal, 1928-1929 553 


INDEX 


Aberdeen Society of Architects, 
455 - 

Accountants, 17. 

Adjoining Owner’s Notice Forms. 
See London Building Act. 

Admission to Class of Licentiates : 
Scheme for re-opening, 583. 

Agreement, Forms of, 633. 

Agreement for Amalgamation of 
R.I.B.A. and Society of Archi- 
tects, 65. 

Airport Committee, 9. 

Alberta Association of Architects, 
545 - 

Alfred Bossom Studentship. See 
Prizes. 

Allied Societies : Representation 
on Council R.I.BA., 2 ; List of, 
26 ; Conference, 13 ; Descrip- 
tion of Societies, showing geo- 
graphical distribution, 394 ; Parti- 
culars of the various Societies, 
with lists of officers and members, 
394 et seq. ; Map showing Dis- 
tricts. See Frontispiece. 

Almanac, Sessional, 29. 

Amalgamation with Society of 
Architects, 56 ; 65. 

Ancient Buildings, Advice re Con- 
servation and Repair of, 647. 

Anderson and Webb Scholarship. 
See Prizes. 

Annual Dinner Committee, 9. 

Appeal, Tribunal of, 392. 

Archibald Dawnay Scholarships. 
See Prizes. 

Architects’ and Builders’ Consulta- 
tion Board, 9. 

Architects’ and Operatives’ Con- 
sultation Board, 10. 

Architects’ and Recognised Schools 
Students’ Register, 25. 

Architects’ and Surveyors ’ Appro ved 
Society, 660. 

Architects’ Benevolent Society, 658. 

Architects’ Charges, Professional 
Practice as to, 634 ; for Housing 
Work, 639. 

Architectural Association, Repre- 
sentative of, on Council, 3 ; The 
Council, 390 ; Objects, &c., ib. 
Day School, ib. ; Scholarships in 
Architecture, 601. 

Architectural Competitions : Asses- 
sors, 24 ; Council Resolution re, 
70 ; Regulations for, 642 ; Inter- 
national Competitions, 645. 

Architectural Education, Board of, 

5 . 


Architectural Institute of British 
Columbia, 546. 

Architectural Societies, Foreign, 566. 

Architectural Scholarships at Schools 
of Architecture, 601. 

Architecture Club, 391. 

Articles of Pupilage, Forms of, 647. 

Art Standing Committee, 4. 

Arthur Cates Prize. See Prizes. 

Ashpitel Prize. See Prizes. 

Assessors in Competitions, Instruc- 
tion to, 24. 

Assistants’ Register, 24. 

Assistant Librarian, 17. 

Assistant Secretary, 17. 

Associate Members of Council, 1. 

Associates : Qualification of, 46; 61; 
Register of, 154 ; Local distribu- 
tion of, 333 et seq. ; Special 
examination to qualify for, 582. 

Association of Architects’, Sur- 
veyors’, and Technical Assistants, 
660 ; Representative of, on Coun- 
cil, 3 - 

Auditors, Hon., 17. 

Australian Institute of Architects, 
517 - 

Awards of The Society of Archi- 
tects, 623. 

Bankers, 17. 

Benevolent Society (Architects’), 
658 ; Insurance Scheme, 659. 

Bequests and Donations : Form 
for Bequest of Legacy, iv. 

Berks, Bucks and Oxon Architec- 
tural Association, 396. 

Birmingham Architectural Associa- 
tion, 401 . 

Birmingham School of Architecture : 
Scholarships in Architecture, 604. 

Blackpool and Fylde Architectural 
Society, 439. 

Board of Architectural Education, 5 ; 
Chairman on Council, 3 ; Com- 
mittees of, 6 ; Examinations Com- 
mittee, 6 ; Prizes and Scholar- 
ships Committee, 6 ; Schools 
Committee, 7 ; R.I.BA. Visiting 
Board, 8 ; Board of Moderators, 

8 ; Examiners, List of, 8 ; 
Statutory Board of Examiners, 9 ; 
Secretary, 17. 

Board of Moderators, 8. 

Books recommended to Students, 
586. 

Bossom (Alfred) Travelling Student- 
ship. See Prizes. 



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Bricks, R.I.B.A. Sizes of Standard, 
654 - 

Bristol School of Architecture : 
Scholarships in Architecture, 604. 

Bristol Society of Architects, 488. 

British Columbia, Architectural 
Institute of, 546. 

Building Contracts, Form of Agree- 
ment and Schedule of Conditions 
for, 633. 

Building Regulations : Official Pub- 
lications, 597. 

Building Surveyors’ Examinations, 
626 ; 627. 

Building Surveyors : List of persons 
granted Certificates of Com- 
petency, 628. 

Buildings, Ancient, Advice re Con- 
servation and Repair of, 647. 

Buildings, The Cubing of, 657. 

Burma Society of Architects, 543. 

Burnley District Society of Archi- 
tects, 440. 

Bye-laws, Note re, 64 ; Interpreta- 
tion of, 50. 

Cambridge University, Scholarships 
in Architecture, 604. 

Canada, Royal Architectural Insti- 
tute of, 544. 

Cape Provincial Institute, 502. 

Cardiff Technical College : Scholar- 
ships in Architecture, 601. 

Cates (Arthur) Prize. See Prizes. 

Charges of Architects: Professional 
Practice as to. Council Resolution 
re, 70 ; The Scale, 634. 

Chartered Architect : Title, 60. 

Charters : 1837, 41 ; 1887, 43 ; 

1909, 52 ; 1925, 55. 

Chief Clerk, 17. 

Code of Professional Practice, 70. 

Colls (Howard) Studentship at A.A. 
See Prizes. 

Comity Permanent Internationale 
des Architectes, British Section, 
13 - 

Committees : Executive, 3 ; Art, 
Literature, Practice, Science, 4 ; 
Board of Architectural Education, 
5 ; Council, 9 ; Finance and 
House, 9 ; Professional Conduct, 
9 ; Airport, 9 ; Annual Dinner, 

9 ; Architects’ and Builders’ 
Consultation Board, 9 ; Archi- 
tects’ and Operatives’ Consulta- 
tion Board, 10 ; Competitions, 

10 ; Housing Work Panels, 10 ; 
London Architecture Medal Jury, 
10 ; London Building Acts, 10 ; 
Official Architecture, 10 ; Pub- 
licity, 11 ; Registration, 11 ; 


R.I.BA. Premises, 11 ; Royal 
Gold Medal, 11 ; Salaried Mem- 
bers, 11 ; Sessional Papers, 11 ; 
Scale of Charges (Special), 12 ; 
Thames Bridges Conference, 12 ; 
Town Planning and Housing, 12 ; 
Reinforced Concrete, 13 ; Allied 
Societies’ Conference, 13. 

Competitions, Architectural : Com- 
mittee on, 10 ; Assessors, 24 ; 
Council Resolution re, 70 : Regu- 
lations for, 642 ; International 
Competitions, 645. 

Composition of Subscriptions for 
Life Membership, 64. 

Conditions and Form of Agreement 
for Building Contracts, 633. 

Conference, Allied Societies’, 13. 

Conservation and Repair of Ancient 
Buildings, 647. 

Constitution of R.I.BA., 41. 

Contract (Building), Form of, 633. 

Contributions, Annual, 64. 

Corresponding Members, List of, 
78. 

Council, The, 1 ; and Charter of 
1887, 43 ; Committees, 9 ; Din- 
ner Club, 23 ; Resolutions re 
Professional Conduct, 70. 

Cubing of Buildings, 657. 

Dawnay (Archibald) Scholarships. 
See Prizes. 

Devon and Cornwall Architectural 
Society, 406. 

Dinner Club (Council), 23. 

Distribution, Local, of Fellows, 
Associates, and Licentiates, 333 
et seg. 

District Surveyors in London, List 
of, 631 ; Examination, 626 ; 
List of Candidates who have 
passed Examination qualifying for 
appointment, 628. 

Donaldson Medal. See Prizes. 

Donations and Bequests : Form 
of Bequest to Institute, iv. 

Dundee Institute of Architects, 456. 

East Africa Institute of Architects! 
SG- 

East Anglian Societv of Architects, 
409. 

Edinburgh Architectural Associa- 
tion, 457. 

Editor and Librarian, 17. 

Education, Board of Architectural, 5 . 

Essay Medal. See Prizes. 

Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire 
Society of Architects, 412, 




Index 


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Examination for R.I.BA. Diploma 
in Town Planning, 583. 

Examinations : Charter of 1887,48 ; 
Charter of 1909, 54 ; Charter of 
1925,61. 

Examinations : Committee, 6 ; for 
Membership, 569 ; Intermediate, 
573 ; Final, 578 ; Special, 582 ; 
Town Planning, 583. 

Examinations, Statutory : For Candi- 
dature as District Surveyor in 
London, 626 ; Passed Candidates, 
628 ; For Candidature as Building 
Surveyor under Local Authorities , 
627 ; Passed Candidates, 630. 

Examiners (Architecture), List of, 
8 ; Statutory, 9. 

Executive Committee, 3. 

Fees, Examination, Table of, 570. 

Fellows : Qualification of, 45 ; 54 ; 
59 ; Register of, 81 ; Local Dis- 
tribution of, 333 et seq. ; Retired, 
Register of, 150. 

Final Examination, 578. 

Finance and House Committee, 9. 

Foreign Architectural Societies, 566. 

Formation of R.IJBA., 19. 

Forms of Agreement, 633. 

Forms of Articles of Pupilage, 647. 

Franco-British Union of Architects, 
16. 

General Meetings, List of. See 
Sessional Almanac, 29 : and 
Charter of 1887, 49. 

Glasgow Institute of Architects, 461 . 

Gloucestershire Architectural Asso- 
ciation, 491. 

Godwin and Wimperis Bursary. 
Sec Prizes. 

Gold Medal, Royal : List of Medal- 
lists, 28. 

Grissell Medal. See Prizes. 

Hampshire and Isle of Wight 
Architectural Association, 418. 

Henry Jarvis Studentships. See 
Prizes. 

Henry Saxon Snell Prize. See 
Prizes. 

History of R.IJ 3 A., 19. 

Hon. Associate : Qualification of, 
46 ; 60 ; List of, 73. 

Hon. Auditors, 17. 

Hon. Corresponding Members : 
Qualification of, 46 ; List of, 78. 

Hon. Fellows : Qualification of, 46 ; 
List of, 73. 

Hon. Secretaries, Overseas, 17. 

Hon. Secretary, 1. 


Housing Work, Scale of Charges 
for, 639. 

Howard Colls Studentship, at AA. 
See Prizes. 

Incorporation (Royal) of Architects 
in Scotland, 453. 

Indian Institute of Architects, 559. 

Institute, The, Historical Sketch of, 
19 ; Premises of, 21. 

Institute of Architects of New South 
Wales, 518. 

Institute of South African Archi- 
tects, 502. 

Insurance Scheme, Architects* Bene- 
volent Society, 659. 

Intermediate Examination, 573. 

International Architectural Com- 
petitions, 645. 

Interpretation of Charters, 51 ; 62 ; 

Inverness Architectural Association, 
465. 

Ireland, Royal Institute of the 
Architects of, 422. 


Jarvis (Henry) Studentships. See 
Prizes. 

Joint Committee on Reinforced 
Concrete, 13. 

Jones (Owen) Studentship. See 
Prizes. 

Journal R.I.BA., 633 ; List of 
Papers from, 663. 

Land, Power to hold, 57. 

Leeds College of Art : Scholarships 
in Architecture, 605. 

Legacy, Form for Bequest of, to the 
Institute, iv. 

Leicester and Leicestershire Society 
of Architects, 427. 

Leicester College of Arts and Crafts : 
Scholarships in Architecture, 605. 

Library, The, Reference and Loan, 
71 ; Regulations, ib. 

Librarian and Editor, 17. 

Librarian Assistant, 17. 

Licentiate, Members of Council, 1. 

Licentiates : Qualification of, 53 ; 60; 
Re-opening class for admission to, 
583 ; Register of, 243 ; Local 
distribution of, 333 et seq. 

Life Membership, Composition of 
Subscription for, 64. 

List of Books recommended to 
Students, 586. 

Literature Standing Committee, 4. 

Liverpool Architectural Society, 429. 

Liverpool University : Scholarships 
in Architecture, 601. 




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Loan Library, 72. 

Local distribution of Fellows, Asso- 
ciates and Licentiates, 333 et seq. 

London Architecture Medal : Regis- 
ter of Medallists, 625. 

London Building Act : Candidates 
Qualified to act as District 
Surveyors under, 628 ; Notice 
Forms for Use under Part VIII, 
633- 

London Building Acts Committee, 
to. 

L.C.C. Scholarships in Architecture, 
etc., 607. 

London District Surveyors, 631. 

London University Scholarships in 
Architecture, 603. 


Maintenance Scholarship. See 
Prizes. 

Manchester Society of Architects, 
434- 

Manitoba Association of Architects, 
548 . 

Map showing Districts of Allied 
Societies, Frontispiece. 

Map to indicate the distribution of 
Schools of Architecture in Great 
Britain, recognised for exemption 
from R.I.B.A. Examinations, 569. 

Maritime Association of Architects, 
549- 

Measured Drawings Medal. See 
Prizes. 

Medal, Royal Gold, 11 ; 28. 

Medals and Prizes, List of, 609. 

Meetings, General and Committee. 
See Sessional Almanac. 

Members: Qualifications,' 45 ; 59. 

Members of Council, 1. \ 

Members of Society of Architects 
and Charter 1925, 57 ; Retired, 
153- 

Membership: Summary of, 332. 

Membership of R.I.BA., 569. 

Moderators, Board of, 8. 


Natal Provincial Institute, 506. 
National Health and Pensions In- 
surance, 660. 

New South Wales, Institute of 
Architects of, 518. 

New Zealand Institute of Architects. 
53h- 

Norfolk and Norwich Association of 
Architects, 410. 

Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and 
Huntingdonshire Association of 
Architects, 442. 

Northern Architectural Association 

444 - 


Northern Polytechnic : Scholarships 
in Architecture, 606. 

North Wales Architectural Society, 
433- 

Notice Forms: Adjoining Owners. 

See London Building Act. 
Nottingham and Derby Architec- 
tural Society, 450. 


Official Architecture Committee, 
10. 

Official and other Publications, 597. 
Officials of the Institute, 1 ; 17. 
Oldham Society of Architects, 441. 
Ontario Association of Architects, 
550- 

Orange Free State Provincial Insti- 
tute, 507. 

Overseas Hon. Secretaries, 17. 
Owen Jones Studentship. See 
Prizes. 


Party- wall Notices. See London 
Building Act. 

Past Presidents R.I.BA. : List of, 
28 ; on Council, 1. 

Pensions to Employees, etc., 62. 
Practice Standing Committee, 4. 
Premises of the R.I.BA. , 2r. 
President, 1 ; Qualification and 
Election of, 47. 

Presidents, Past : On Council 1 - 
List of, 28. 

Prizes and Scholarships Committee,6. 

Prizes and Studentships : List of 
R.I.B.A., 570 ; Subjects set for 
1929 award, 609 et seq. ; Registers 
of Prizemen, 609 ; R.I.B.A 
Henry Jarvis Studentship, ib. • 
Rome Scholarship, ib. ; Soane' 
Medallion, 610 ; Victory Scholar- 
ship, 61 1 ; Tite Prize, 61 1 ■ 
Measured Drawings Medal 612 • 
PugmStudentship, 613 ; Godwin 
or r, . mpens Bursary, 614- 
R.I.BA. Alfred Bossom Travel- 
ling Studentship, 615 ; Owen 
Jones Studentship, 616 ; Henry 
Saxon Snell Prize, 616 ; Grissell 
Pnze, 616 ; Essay Medal, 617 • 

v ve ? ates Pnze > 618 ; R.I.B.A 
Archibald Dawnay Scholarship’ 

R I R A AsBp'^eJ Prize, 619 ; 
R.I.BA. Silver Medal for Schools 
recognised for exemption from 
R r'RA B- xarni nations, 620 ; 
K.I.BA. Bronze Medal for 
Schools recognised for exemp- 

A r °n r R „ 1B A ' Eliminations 

\\Vhb S R v, i B "\ Anderson and 
N\ebb Scholarship, 620 ; R.I.BA. 




Index 


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Henry Jarvis Studentship at 
A.A., 621 ; R.I.B.A. Howard 
Colls Travelling Studentship, 621 ; 
R.I.BA. Donaldson Medal, 621 ; 
R.I.B.A. Maintenance Scholar- 
ships, 622. 

Probationers R.I.B.A., 569 ; 571. 

Professional Conduct Committee, 9. 

Professional Practice, Code of, 70. 

Professional Practice as to the 
Charges of Architects, 634 ; 
Council Resolution re, 70. 

Property, Charter of 1887, 48. 

Publications : List of, 633, 662 ; 
Official, re Building Regulations, 
597 - 

Pugin Studentship. See Prizes. 

Pupilage, Articles of, 647. 

Qualifications of Members, 45 ; 
59 - 

Quebec Association of Architects, 

. 554 - 

Queensland Institute of Architects, 
524. 

Recognised Schools, 17. 

Reference Library, 71. 

Referendum, 62. 

Register : Architects and Recognised 
Schools Students, 25. 

Register, Employment, 24. 

Register of Fellows, 81 ; Retired 
Fellows, 150 ; Retired Members 
of Society of Architects, 153 ; 
Associates, 154; Licentiates, 243 ; 
Hon. Fellows, 73 ; Hon. Asso- 
ciates, 73 ; Hon. Corresponding 
Members, 78 ; Students, 308 ; 
Subscribers, 332 ; Prizemen and 
Travelling Students, 610. 

Registration Committee, 11; Secre- 
tary, 17. 

Regulations for Architectural Com- 
petitions, 642 ; International, 645. 

Reinforced Concrete Joint Com- 
mittee, 13. 

Repair and Conservation of Ancient 
Buildings, Advice upon, 647. 

Representatives of Allied Societies 
on Council, 2. 

Retired Fellows, List of, 150. 

Retired Members of Society of 
Architects, 153. 

Rhodesian Institute of Architects, 
516. 

r.li^l Architecture Medal for 
Scotland, Register of Medallists, 
625. 

R-I.BA. Constitution, 41. 

R.I.BA., Historical Note, 19. 


R.I.BA. London Architecture 
Medal : Register of Medallists, 
625. 

R.I.B.A. : Membership of, 569. 

R.I.B.A. Maintenance Scholarships, 
606. (See also Prizes.) 

R.I.BA. Premises, 21. 

R.I.BA. Publications, 662. 

R.I.BA. and Society of Architects : 
Agreement for Amalgamation, 65. 

R.I.B.A. Scale of Professional 
Charges, 634. 

R.I.BA. Sizes of Standard Bricks, 
654 - 

R.I.BA. Travelling Cards, 23. 

R.I.B.A. Visiting Board, 8. 

Rome Scholars in Architecture, 

Register of. See Prizes. 

Royal Architectural Institute of 

Canada, 544. 

Royal Fine Art Commission, 393. 

Royal Gold Medal : Committee, n ; 
Roll of Medallists, 28. 

Royal Incorporation of Architects in 
Scotland, 453. 

Royal Institute of Architects of 

Ireland, 422. 

Royal Institute of Architects of 

Western Australia, 533. 

Royal Victorian Institute of Archi- 
tects, 528. 


Saskatchewan Association of 
Architects, 558. 

Saxon Snell Prize. See Prizes. 
Scale of Charges for Housing 
Work, 639. 

Scale of Professional Charges, 634, 
639 -' 

Scheme for re-opening Admission 
to Class of Licentiates, 583. 
Scholarships in Architecture, 601. 
Schools Committee, 7. 

Schools of Architecture Recognised 
for Exemption from R.I.BA. 
Examinations, 17 ; Map to indi- 
cate the distribution in Great 
Britain of, 569 ; R.I.BA. Silver 
Medal for. See Prizes. R.I.BA. 
Bronze Medal for. See Prizes. 
Scholarships in Architecture at, 
601. 

Science Standing Committee, 4. 
Scotland, Royal Incorporation of 
Architects in, 453. 

Scottish Architectural Medal : 

Register of Medallists, 625. 
Secretaries, Hon. Overseas, 17. 
Secretary R.I.BA., 3 ; Asst., 17. 
Secretary, Hon., 1. 

Sessional Almanac, 29. 

Sessional Papers Committee, 11. 




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Sheffield, South Yorkshire and 
District Society of Architects and 
Surveyors, 466. 

Sheffield University : Scholarships 
in Architecture, 606. 

Singapore Society of Architects, 563. 

Sizes of Standard Bricks, 654. 

Soane Medallion. See Prizes. 

Societies, Allied. See Allied 
Societies. 

Society of Architects : Amalgama- 
tion with R.I.B.A., 56 ; Agree- 
ment for, 65 ; Awards of, 623 ; 
Retired Members of, 153. 

Solicitors, 17. 

South African Architects, Institute 
of, 502. 

South Australian Institute of Archi- 
tects, 526. 

Southend-on-Sea School of Archi- 
tecture : Scholarships in Archi- 
tecture, 606. 

South Eastern Society of Architects, 
469 - 

South Wales Institute of Architects, 
480. 

Special Committee on the Scale of 
Charges, 12. 

Special Examination, 582. 

Standard Bricks, Sizes of, 654. 

Standing Committees : Chairmen 
on Council, 3. See also Com- 
mittees. 

Statutory Board of Examiners, 9. 

Studentships. See Prizes. 

Students and Charter of 1925, 60 ; 
Register of, 308 ; Books reeom- 

w mended to, 586. 

Subscribers and Charter of 1925, 
6t ; List of, 332. 

Subscriptions, Annual : Amount of, 
64 ; Composition of, 64. 

Suffolk Association of Architects, 

4 n. 


Summary of Membership, 332. 

Supplemental Charters, 1909, _ . ; 
1925 , 55 - 

Tasmanian Institute of Architects, 
534 - 

Thames Bridges Conference, 12. 

Tite Prize. See Prizes. 

Town Planning, Examination for 
R.I.B.A. Diploma, 583. 

Town Planning and Housing Com- 
mittee, 12. 

Transactions, N.S., 633. 

Transvaal Provincial Institute, 508. 

Travelling Cards, 23. 

Travelling Studentships. See Prizes. 

Tribunal of Appeal, 392. 

Ulster Society of Architects, 485. 

Unprofessional Conduct : Council 
Resolution, 70. 

Vice-Presidents, i ; Qualification 
and Election of, 47. 

Victorian (Royal) Institute of Archi- 
tects, 528. 

Victory Scholarships. See Prizes. 

Visiting Board, R.I.BA., 8. 

Webb (and Anderson) Scholarship. 
See Prizes. 

Wessex Society of Architects, 487. 

West Yorkshire Society of Archi- 
tects, 493. 

Western Australia, Royal Institute 
of Architects of, 533. 

Wilts and Dorset Society of Archi- 
tects, 492. 

Wimperis Bursary, Godwin and 
See Prizes. 

York and East Yorkshire Architec- 
tural Society, 499. 




THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS 

FOUNDED 1834. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTERS OF KING WILLIAM IV, VICTORIA, EDWARD VII 

AND GEORGE V. 

96th Session 1929-1930 


THE COUNCIL 

[See Bye-law 29.] 

JULY 1929 — JUNE 1930. 

President. 

1929 Sir BANISTER (FLIGHT) FLETCHER, F.S.A. 

Past Presidents. 

1927 E. GUY DAWBER, A.R.A., F.S.A. 

1929 WALTER TAPPER, A.R.A., F.S.A. 


Vice-Presidents. 

1929 HENRY V. ASHLEY. 1929 HENRY M. FLETCHER, M.A 

1928 E. STANLEY HALL, M.A.Oxon. Cantab. 

1929 JOHN KEPPIE, A.R.S.A. 

Honorary Secretary. 

1928 SYDNEY D. KITSON, M.A.Cantab, F.S.A. 


Members of Council. 

1924 Professor S. D. ADSHEAD, M.A. 

1927 ROBERT ATKINSON. 

1927 Sir HERBERT BAKER, A.R.A. 

1926 Major HARRY BARNES. 

1925 HERBERT T. BUCKLAND. 

1926 H. S. GOODHART-RENDEL. 

1929 FRANCIS JONES. 

1927 ARTHUR KEEN. 

1929 H. V. LANCHESTER. 

1929 G. C. LAWRENCE, R.W.A. 

1925 Sir EDWIN L. LUTYENS, R_A. 

1926 THOMAS R. MILBURN. 

1929 OSWALD P. MILNE. 

1924 E. C. P. MONSON. 

1925 Professor C. H. REILLY, O.B.E., M.A.Cantab. 

1925 H. D. SEARLES-WOOD. 

1929 PERCY E. THOMAS, O.B.E. 

1929 MAURICE E. WEBB, D.S.O., M.C., MA.Cantab. 

Associate Members of Council. 

1925 Lt.-Col. H. P. CART DE LAFONTAINE, O.B.E., T.D. 
1925 G. LEONARD ELKINGTON. 

1925 Major T. C. HOWITT. 

1929 R. GOULBURN LOVELL. 

1925 MANNING D. ROBERTSON. 

1928 J. DOUGLAS SCOTT. 

1929 E. A. D. TANNER. 

1929 MICHAEL J. TAPPER, M.C. 

1929 E. BERRY WEBBER. 


Licentiate Members of Council. 
1927 A. B. HAYWARD. 

1926 E. H. HEAZELL. 

*925 Lt.-Col. P. A. HOPKINS, O.BE. 

1929 J. LLEWELLIN SMITH, M.B.E. 

1926 PERCY J. WALDRAM. 

2925 Col. N. H. WALLER, M.C., T.D„ MA. 


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The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


Representatives of Allied Societies in the United Kingdom or the 

Irish Free State. 

(1) Six Representatives from the Northern Province of England : — 

1929 Lt.-Col. A. K. TASKER Northern Architectural Association 

1929 J. T. HALI.IDAY Manchester Society of Architects. 

1928 DUNCAN A. CAMPBELL Liverpool Architectural Society. 

1929 G. DUDLEY HARBRON York and East Yorkshire Architectural 

Society. 

1929 G. H. FOGGITT, A.R.C.A West Yorkshire Society of Architects. 

1928 C. M. E. HADFIELD Sheffield, South Yorkshire and District 

Society of Architects and Surveyors. 

(2) Five Representatives from the Midland Province of England : — 

1929 A. T. BUTLER Birmingham Architectural Association. 

1929 ALBERT HERBERT Leicester and Leicestershire Society of 

Architects . 

1929 R. J. WILLIAMS Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and 

Huntingdonshire Association of 
Architects. 

1929 G. M. EATON Nottingham and Derby Architectural 

Society. 

1928 STANLEY J. WEARING Norfolk and Norwich Association of 

Architects . 

(3) Four Representatives from the Southern Province of England : — 

1928 B. PRIESTLEY’ SHIRES Devon and Cornwall Architectural Societv 

1927 THOMAS OVERBURY’ Wessex Society of Architects. 

1929 HARRY HUTT Berks. Bucks and Oxon Architectural 

Association. 

1927 J. ARTHUR SMITH Hampshire and Isle of Wight Architec- 

tural Association. 

(4) Four Representatives of Allied Societies in Scotland : — 

1929 ANDREW BALFOUR Glasgow. 

Edinburgh. 

1929 DONALD MATPIESON Inverness. 

1929 PATRICK H. THOMS Dundee. 

(5) One Representative of the South Wales Institute of Architects ; — 

1929 T. ALWYN LLOYD. 

(6) Tico Representatives of the Allied Societies in Ireland : — 


1929 F. G. HICKS Royal Institute of the Architects of 

Ireland. 

1926 E. R. KENNEDY Ulster Society of Architects. 


Representatives of Allied Societies in the British Dominions Overseas. 

1925 PERCY E. NOBBS, M.A.Edin., Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. 
R.CA. 

[Representative in the United Kingdom: Professor C. H. REILLY OBE., 

M.A.Cantab.l. 

1928 Professor A. S. HOOK, A.R.C.A. The Australian Institute of Architects. 

I - Representative in the United Kingdom : MAURICE E. WEBB D.S.O. M C. 

M.A.Cantab.] 

New Zealand Institute of Architects. 

[Representative in the United Kingdom : MAURICE E. WEBB, D.S.O. M.C., 

192S ROBERT HOWDEN Institute of South African Architects. 

[Representative in the United Kingdom : Sir HERBERT BAKER, A.R.A.] 


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Representative of the Architectural Association (London). 

1929 F. WINTON NEWMAN. 

Representative of the Association of Architects’, Surveyors’ and 
Technical Assistants. 

1927 W. H. HAMLYN. 

Chairman of the Board of Architectural Education. 

1929 L. SYLVESTER SULLIVAN. 

Chairmen of the Four Standing Committees. 

ART: 1929 E. C. BEWLAY. 

LITERATURE : 1929 M. S. BRIGGS. 

PRACTICE: 1929 SYDNEY TATCHELL. 

SCIENCE: 1928 Dr. RAYMOND UNWIN. 

Total number of members of the Council : 74. Ten members form a quorum 


The Secretary of the Royal Institute. 

IAN MacALISTER, M.A.Oxon. 

*** All communications should be addressed The Secretary, R.I.B.A., at the 
Office of the Institute, 9 Conduit Street, Regent Street, London, W.i. 


Tel. Mayfair 0434 and 0435. T.A. “RIBAZO, PICCY, LONDON.” 


THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

President. 

Sir BANISTER FLETCHER, F.S.A. 

Honorary Secretary. 

SYDNEY D. KITSON, MA.Cantab., F.S.A. 

Chairmen of the Four Standing Committees. 

ART : E. C. BEWLAY'. 

LITERATURE : M. S. BRIGGS. 

PRACTICE : SYDNEY TATCHELL. 

SCIENCE : Dr. RAYMOND UNWIN. 

Chairman of the Board of Architectural Education. 

L. SYLVESTER SULLIVAN. 

Chairman of the Finance and House Committee. 
Lt.-Col. P. A. HOPKINS, O.B.E. 

Chairman of the Allied Societies' Conference. 

G. C. LAWRENCE, R.W.A. 

Chairman of the Registration Committee. 

Major HARRY BARNES. 

Four Members of the Council (Two Non-Metropolitan). 

HENRY V. ASHLEY". 

Professor C. H. REILLY, O.B.E. , M. A. Cantab. [Liverpool]. 

H. D. SEARLES-WOOD. 

PERCY E. THOMAS, O.B.E. [Cardiff]. 





THE STANDING COMMITTEES 

The functions of the Standing Committees shall be to consider and investigate, either on their own 
initiative or by the direction of the Royal Institute or the Council, any subject appertaining to 
the branches of the profession of Architecture for which they are respectively appointed, and to make 
reports and suggestions thereon to the Council. The publication of such reports or suggestions, or abstracts 
thereof, shall be left to the discretion and management of the Council. The Standing Committees may make 
communications at a General Meeting by the direction or leave of the Council or Chairman of the said meeting. 
— [Extract from tkt Bye-Laws.} 

ART. 


E. C. Bewlay, Chairman. 
Arthur Keen, Vice-Chairman. 

G. G. Wornum and R. A. Duncan, Hon. 


Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. 
H. Chalton Bradshaw. 

C. F. W. Dening, R.W.A. 

R. A. Duncan. 

Cyril A. Farey. 

E. Maxwell Fry. 

H. S. Goodhart-Rendel. 
Charles H. Holden. 

C. H. James. 

Edward Maufe, M.A.Oxon. 
Oswald P. Milne. 


Secs. 


Hon. H. A. Pakington. 

S. Rowland Pierce. 

M. H. Baillie Scott. 

Louis de Soissons. O.B.E. 
A. S. Soutar. 

Francis R. Taylor. 

R. Minton Taylor. 

F. E. Towndrow. 

Michael Waterhouse, M.C. 
E. Berry Webber. 


LITERATURE. 

M. S. Briggs, Chairman. 

Louis Ambler, F. S. A . , Vice-Chairman. 

Basil Oliver and Grahame B. Tubbs, Hon. Secs. 


W. H. Ansell, M.C 
A. S. G. Butler. 

H. W. Chester. 

Major H. C. Corlette, O.B.E. , F.S.A. 

C. Cowles-Voysey. 

J. Murray Easton. 

D. Theodore Fyke, M.A. Cantab. 
Professor F. S. Granger, D.Litt., 

M.A.Lond. 

G. D. Gordon Hake, R.W.A. 

A. B. Hayward. 


Arthur E. Henderson, F.S.A.. R B A 
E. M. Hick. 

Miss E. K. D. Hughes 
H. C. Hughes, M.A.Cantab. 

E. R. Jarrett 

F. H. Mansford. 

F. Winton Newman. 

J. Maclaren Ross, M.C. 

C. S. Spooner. 

Arthur Stratton, F.S.A. 


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Henry V. Ashley. 

John Batty. 

F. R. Betenson. 

A. Burnett Brown. 
Frederick Chatterton. 

J. W. Denington. 

H. V. Milnes Emerson. 

H. S. Fairhurst. 

W. H. Hamlyn. 

E. Bertram Kirby, O.B.E. 


PRACTICE. 

Sydney Tatchell, Chairman 
Percy E. Thomas, O.B.E., Vice-Chairman. 

E. Watson and W. H. Gunton, Hon. Secs. 

G. C. Lawrence, R.W.A. 


G. H. Lovegrove. 

R. Norman Mackellar 
E. C. P. Monson. 

Captain A. Seymour Reeves. 

J. Douglas Scott. 

J. Alan Slater, M.A.Cantab 

C/D WARD Li N WIN. 

Francis T. Verity. 

Herbert A. Welch 

SCIENCE. 

. _ , D J/ Ration'd Unwin, Chairman. 

L.t.-Coi. P. A. Hopkins, O.B.E Vice-Chm\™s,„ 

Major Charles F. Skipper and S. Poin’ton T Avi on H o 
Robert J /Angel. Arthl^ J Hope ’ Sea ' 

Alfred H. Barnes. Harry Hutt 

P. W. Barnett. c, n 

W. T. Benslyn. a . 

Eric L. Bird. Alan f yi™" ' 

W. E. Vernon Crompton. g y p ' . y xBY ’ M.A.Cantab, 

G. R. Farrow. h' D ^™ DGE ,m 

Edwin Gunn. p*.' ' t e ^S les ‘" 1 °°d. 

W. A. Harvey. p c "aldram. 

Lt.-Col. A. F. Hooper. T pi Hn ?F 

1 ■ Bltler Wilson. 



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BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL 
EDUCATION 

[See Supplemental Charter 1909, Clause 4, and Bye-law 50.] 

L. Sylvester Sullivan [FJ, Chairman. 

W. H. Ansell, M.C. [F.] 1 

Professor A. C. Dickie, MA. [A.] !• Vice-Chairmen . 

Professor A. E. Richardson, F.S A. [F.] > 

A. H. Moberly, M A. Cantab. [F.], Hon. Secretary. 

Henry M. Fletcher, MA.Cantab. [F.] I o , ■ 

Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., MA.Cantab. [F] J Jast -^ llmrmen - 
Everard J. Haynes, BA.Oxon., Secretary to the Board. 


president, R.I.BA. Sir Banister Fletcher, F.S.A. [FJ. 

Hon. Secretary, R.I.BA. Sydney D. Kitson, MA.Cantab., 

F.SA. [F.]. 

Chairman of the Allied Societies’ Con- 
ference G. C. Lawrence, R.WA. [FJ. 

President of the Architectural Association 

(London) F. Winton Newman [FJ. 

President of the Town Planning Institute Barry Parker [FJ. 

Education Officer, London County 

Council ... ... ... ... Brig.-General G. H. Gater, C.M.G., 

[ _ D.S.O., M.A. 

I Representatives of the following bodies. 


( University of Oxford 

University of Cambridge 

University of London 
Board of Education ... 

Royal Incorporation of Architects 
in Scotland ... 

Institute of Builders 
British School at Rome, Faculty of 
. rchitecture 

1 -? : Head Masters’ Conference 
'file Master of the Art Workers’ Guild 
^landing Committee of Vice-Chancellors 
* ' and Principals of the Universities of 

{ Great Britain and Ireland ... 

e Royal Institute of the Architects of 

Ireland 

e Royal Academy of Arts 

e Association of Architects’, Surveyors’ 
and Technical Assistants 
e Royal Society of Arts 
e Incorporated Association of Head 
Masters 


Professor R. Gleadowe, MA. 

M. Wheeler, MA. 

Professor E. A. Gardner, Litt.D. 

W. R. Davies, C.B. 

Alexander McGibbon [-4.]. 

W. F. Wallis, J.P. 

Sir Reginald Blomfield, MA.Oxon 
Hon.D.Litt., RA., F.SA. [FJ. 

M. L. Jacks, MA., Mill Hill School. 

C. R. Ashbee, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 

(•Sir Gregory Foster, BA., Ph.D. 

\ Dr. W.H. Moberly, D.S.O. , M.C., Litt.D. 
'H. J. W. Hetherington, MA, LL_D. 

Professor R. M. Butler [FJ. 

Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, RA., Hon. 
D.Litt. [FJ. 

William Harvey. 

Alfred C. Bossom [FJ. 

F. S. Orme, MA. 


1 Polytechnics, Technical Schools and Art Schools teaching Architecture. 

'■he National Society of Art Masters ... R. A. Dawson (Municipal School of Art, 
I Manchester). 

L/ite Association of Principals of Tech- 

X * nical Institutions Major T. Worswick, O.B.E., M.Sc. 


!The Association of Teachers in Technical 


Major T. Worswick, O.B.E., M.Sc. 


Institutions 


H. Bannister [.4 J (Northern Poly- 
technic), 



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Members appointed by the Council R.I.B.A. 

T. P. Bennett [FJ. T. Alwyn Lloyd [F.]. ** 

Professor L. B. Budden, MA. [F.]. Edward Maufe, MA.Oxon. [F.]. 

E. Stanley Hall, MA.Oxon. [FJ. C. H. B. Quennell [FJ. 

E. Vincent Harris, O.B.E. [FJ. A. L. Roberts [F.]. 

A. B. Knapp-Fisher [FJ. Louis de Soissons, O.B.E., SA.D.G. [F.] 

H. V. Lanchester [FJ. Hubert Worthington, O.B.E. [A.J. 

Representatives from each School of Architecture recognised for Exemption from the 

Final Examination : — 

Robert Gordon’s Colleges, Aberdeen ... R. Leslie Rollo [A.]. 

Welsh School of Architecture, The 

Technical College, Cardiff ... W. S. Purchon, MA. [A.]. 

Edinburgh College of Art ... ... John Begg [FJ. 

Glasgow School of Architecture... ... T. Harold Hughes, A.R.CA. [FJ. 

University of Liverpool ... ... ... Professor C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., M.A. 

Cantab. [F.j. 

Architectural Association, London ... Howard Robertson, M.C., SA.D.G. [FJ. ' 
University of London ... ... ... Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [FJ. 

Victoria University, Manchester ... Professor A. C. Dickie, MA. [A.]. 

Representatives from five Schools of Architecture recognised for Exemption from the 
Intermediate Examination : — 

The School of Architecture, Birmingham George Drysdale [FJ. 

The R.WA. School of Architecture, 

Bristol G. D. Gordon Hake, R.WA. [FJ. 

The School of Architecture, University 

of Cambridge ". D. Theodore Fyfe, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 

The School of Architecture, Leicester... George Nott [FJ. 

The School of Architecture, Armstrong 

College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ... R. A. Cordincley [A], 

COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD. 

EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE. 


Board of Moderators 

R.I.BA. Examiners 

R.I.BA. Registration Committee 
R.I.BA. Statutory Examiners ... 
R.I.BA. Town Planning Examiners 

R.I.BA. External Examiners 


R.I.BA. Members 


The Association of Architects, Surveyors, 
and Technical Assistants ... 


Chairman : 

W. H. Ansell, M.C. [FJ. 

! L. H. Bucknell [A.]. 

J. Edwin Forbes [FJ. 

H. V. Lanchester [FJ. 

f C. COWLES-VOYSEY [FJ. 

\W. E. Vernon Crompton [FI 
nittee ... A. J. Taylor [FJ. 

:rs H. D. Searles-Wood [FJ. 

rammers ... Dr. Raymond Unwin [FJ. 

I Stanley Hamp [FJ. 

••• j F. R. Hiorns [FJ. 

S. C. Ramsey [FJ. 

/Robert W. Cable [FJ. 

|W. R. Davidge [FJ. 

' Edwin Gunn [A.]. 

IE. R. Jarrett [A.]. 

Oswald P. Milne [FJ. 
'Sydney Tatchell [FJ. 


and technical Assistants Edgar A. D. Tanner [A.]. 

PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS COMMITTEE. 
Chairman : 

Professor A. C. Dickie, MA. [A], 

. . R.I.B.A. Members : 

Maxwell Ayrton [F.l. a n tr v 

J. Edwin Forbes [F[ m Knapp-Fisher [FJ. 

G. Wyytlle Home [.41 Tf A ’ Lo £? E 

L J - Michael Tapper [A.]. 


PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS COMM ITTEE — continued. 


Glasgow School of Architecture... 
University of Liverpool ... 

Architectural Association, London 
University of London 
Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 

Municipal School of Arts and Crafts, 
Southend 


Schools of Architecture : 


W. J. Smith [A.]. 

Derek L. Bridgwater [A.]. 
Verner O. Rees [.4.]. 
Hector Corfiato, SA.D.G. 

R. A. CORDINGLEY [A.]. 

D. N. Martin-Kaye [FJ. 


R.I.B.A. and other Prize Winners : 

George Checkley. M.A.Cantab. [A.]. James Macgregor, M.A. [-4.]. 


Cyril A. Farey [A.]. 
P. D. Hepworth [F.]. 

L 

jBoard of Education 
London County Council 


Iritish School at 
Architecture 


Rome, 


C. A. Minoprio [A.]. 

Doris Robertson [ A .]. 

Other Representatives : 

Martin S. Briggs, H.M.I. [F.]. 

E. M. Rich, Senior Assistant Education 
Officer for Technical Education, 
L.C.C. 

Faculty of 

... H. Chalton Bradshaw [FJ. 


SCHOOLS COMMITTEE. 

Chairman : 

Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [F.]. 
e Representative from each School of Architecture Recognised for Exemption from the 

Final Examination : 


bert Gordon’s Colleges, Aberdeen 
lsh School of Architecture, The 
Technical College, Cardiff ... 
nburgh College of Art 
asgow School of Architecture - 
’versity of Liverpool ... 

chitectural Association, London 
! versity of London 
ctoria University, Manchester 


Robert G. Wilson. 

W. S. Purchon, MA. [A.]. 

John Begg [F.]. 

T. Harold Hughes, A.R.CA. [F.]. 
Professor C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., Mi. 
Cantab. [FJ. 

Howard Robertson, M.C., SA.D.G. [F.] 
Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [FJ. 
Professor A. C. Dickie, MA. [A.]. 


Representative from each School of Architecture Recognised for Exemption only 
from the Intermediate Examination 


ingham School of Architecture 
yal West of England Academy, Bristol 
iversitv of Cambridge... 

ds College of Arts 

-icester College of Arts and Crafts 
rthem Polytechnic, London ... 
strong College, Newcastle-upon 
Tyne 

1 versity of Sheffield ... 
unicipal School of Arts and Crafts, 
Southend 


George Drysdale [FJ. 

G. D. Gordon Hake, R.WA. [FJ. 

D. Theodore Fyfe, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 
Joseph Addison, M.C. [A J . 

George Nott [FJ. 

Thomas E. Scott [FJ. 

R. A. Cordingley [-4J. 

Stephen Welsh, MA. [ A J. 

D. N. Martin-Kaye [FJ. 


~d of Education 
ndon County Council 


Other Representatives : 

Martin S. Briggs, H.M.I. [FJ. 

... E. M. Rich, Senior Assistant Education 
Officer for Technical Education, 
L.C.C. 


RJJi.A. Visiting Board : 

W. H. Ansell, M.C. [FJ. 

G. D. Gordon Hake, R.WA. [FJ. 

A. H. Moberly, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 
Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [FJ. 
L. Sylvester Sullivan [FJ. 

Martin S. Briggs, HAI.I. [FJ. 



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SCHOOLS COMM ITTEE — continued. 

R.I.B.A. Members : 

G. Blair Imrie [FJ. 

A. B. Knapp-Fisher [F.]. 

Edward Maufe, M A.Oxon. [F .]. 

The Hon. H. A. Pakington [A.]. 

J. Alan Slater [F.] . 

W. W. Wood [A.]. 

Polytechnics , Technical and Art Schools teaching Architecture : 
R. A. Dawson (Municipal School of Art, Manchester). 


BOARD OF MODERATORS. 

H. V. Lanchester [FJ, Chairman. 

L. H. Bucknell [A.]. 

J. Edwin Forbes [F.]. 

R.I.BA. VISITING BOARD. ** 

Chairman : 

W. H. Ansell, M.C. [FJ. Vice-Chairman of the Board of Architectural Education. 
L. Sylvester Sullivan [FJ, Chairman of the Board of Architectural Education. 
A. H. Moberly, M A. Cantab. [FJ, Hon. Secretary of the Board of Architectural 
Education. 

G. D. Gordon Hake, R.W.A. [FJ \ Teaching Members of the Board of 
Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [FJ ) Architectural Education. 

Martin S. Briggs [FJ [H.M. Inspector, who will accompany the Visiting Board 
upon their visits to those Schools of Architecture which have official relations 
with the Board of Education], 


EXAMINERS (INTERMEDIATE, FINAL, SPECIAL, AND 
TOWN PLANNING). 

Professor Patrick Abercrombie, M. A. [FJ.W. Carby Hall, C.B.E. [FJ 


Professor S. D. Adshead, MA. [FJ. 
Ernest G.. Allen [FJ. 

W. H. Ansell, M.C. [FJ. 

H. Chalton Bradshaw [FJ. 

Reginald Bruce [ A .]. 

Professor Lionel B. Budden, MA. [FJ. 
Donald Cameron. 

Lieut.-Col. H. P. L. Cart de Lafontaine, 
O.B.E., T.D. [A.]. 

C. Cowles-Voysey [FJ. 

W. E. Vernon Crompton [FJ. 

Arthur Crow [FJ. 

W. R. Davidge [FJ. 

Professor A. C. Dickie, MA. [_4J. 

R. A. Duncan [ A J . 

F. M. Elgood [FJ. 

P. M. Fraser [FJ. 

Edwin Gunn [.4.]. 


W. A. Harvey [FJ. 

Sydney D. Kitson, MA.Cantab., F.SA. 
A. B. Knapp-Fisher [FJ. [FJ. 

H. V. Lanchester [FJ. 

T. Alwyn Lloyd [FJ. 

T. Geoffry Lucas [FJ. 

A. G. R. Mackenzie [FJ. 

Edward Maufe, MA.Oxon. [FJ. 
Oswald P. Milne [FJ. 

Alan E. Munby, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 
W. S. Purchon, MA. [A.]. 

J. Alan Slater, MA.Cantab. [FJ. 
Arthur Stratton, F.SA. [FJ. 

Sydney Tatchell [FJ. 

W. Harding Thompson, M.C. [FJ. 
Dr. Raymond Unwin [FJ. 

W. E. Watson [FJ. 


OVERSEAS 
Allan Georce 


FINAL, AND SPECIAL), 


EXAMINERS (INTERMEDIATE, 

CANADA. 

D. Horsburgh [FJ. Professor Ramsay Traquair[F.]. 
CAPE TOWN. 

W. A. Ritchie-Fallon C. H. Smith L4.1. 

WJ- C. P. Walgate Ul 

NEW SOUTH WALES. 

JohnD ALMoore [.4 J . Professor Leslie Wilkinson [FJ. 
A. h. T. Somerville. 

, „ „ QUEENSLAND. 

A. E. Brooks [FJ R. C . Nowland [4J. 

A. H. Foster [FJ. T. B. M. Wightvia.n [FJ. 


W. J. Delbridge [.4J. 
F. K. Kendall [FJ. 

R. J. Keith Harris [.4.]. 
A. H. Martin. 



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STATUTORY BOARD OF EXAMINERS. 

[For certificates of Competency to act as District Surveyor in London, and as 
Building Surveyor under local authorities.] 

H. D. Searles-Wood [F], Chairman. 

W. Henry White [F.], Vice-Chairman. 

W. E. Vernon Crompton [F.]. A. H. Kersey [F.]. 

W. R. Davidge [F.]. Alan E. Munby, M .A. Cantab. [F.]. 

A. A. Fillary [ Li }. J. E. Mundell [FJ. 

Baxter Greig [A.]. W. G. Perkins. 


COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL 

A, FINANCE AND HOUSE COMMITTEE. 

President. Arthur Keen, 

he Hon. Secretary. E. C. P. Monson. 

. Leonard Elkington. J. Douglas Scott. 

Stanley Hall, M.A.Oxon. L. Sylvester Sullivan. 

t.-Col.P. A. Hopkins, O.B.E., Chairman. Michael Tapper, M.C. 

PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT COMMITTEE. 


Leonard Elkington. 

>iry M. Fletcher, M.A.Cantab. 
thur Keen. 


Sydney D. Kitson, M.A.Cantab., F.S.A. 
Sydney Tatchell [Chairman, Practice 
Standing Committee}. 


OTHER COMMITTEES 

AIRPORT COMMITTEE. 


lonel H. Biddulph, C.B., C.M.G., 
D.S.O. 

Vice-Marshal Sir Sefton Brancker, 
K.C.B., A.F.C. 

Cowles-Voysey. 

Vincent Harris, O.B.E. 

Woods Humphery. 


David Longden. 

Sir Edwin L. Lutyens, R.A. 
Major R. H. Mayo, M.A. 

T. S. Tait. 

Michael J. Tapper, M.C. 
Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O. , 
M.A.Cantab. 


M.C., 


ANNUAL DINNER COMMITTEE. 


President. 

Hon. Secretary. 
Ernest Franck, 
chael Tapper, M.C. 


Michael Waterhouse, M.C. 

Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., 

MA. Cantab. 


“E ARCHITECTS’ AND BUILDERS’ JOINT CONSULTATION 

BOARD. 

R.HB.A. Representatives. 

y V. Ashley. G. E. S. Streatfeild, O.B.E., D.S.O. 

hew J. Dawson. Herbert A. Welch. 

Ian MacAlister, M.A.Oxon. [Secretary R.I.B.A . .]. 

Representatives of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers. 

H. Adamson. E. W. King. 

r Stephen Easten, O.B.E., J.P. F. Thorne, J.P. 

A. G. White [Secretary N.F.B.TJE.]. 



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THE ARCHITECTS’ AND OPERATIVES’ JOINT CONSULTATION 

BOARD. 

R.I.B.A. Representatives. 

Henry V. Ashley. G. E. S. Streatfeild, O.B.E., D.S.O. 

Matthew J. Dawson. Herbert A. Welch. 

Ian MacAlister, M.A.Oxon. [Secretary R.I.B.A.]. 

Representatives of the National Federation of Building Trades’ Operatives. 

Thomas Barron. G. Hicks. 

George Elmer. J. W. Stephenson. 

R. Coppock [Gen. Secretary, N.F.B.T.O.]. 


COMPETITIONS COMMITTEE. 


The President. 

The Hon. Secretary. 

Henry V. Ashley. 

Robert Atkinson. 

H. Chalton Bradshaw. 

Leonard H. Bucknell. 

Lt.-Col. H. P. Cart de Lafontaine, 
O.B.E., T.D. 

C. COWLES-VOYSEY. 

T. Lawrence Dale. 

C. E. Elcock. 


E. Vincent Harris, O.B.E. 

P. D. Hepworth. 

Arthur Keen 

H. V. Lanchester. 

F. Winton Newman. 

T. Taliesin Rees, J.P. 

Howard Robertson, M.C., S.A.D.G. 
Percy E. Thomas, O.B.E. 

E. Berry Webber. 

Herbert A. Welch. 


HOUSING WORK PANELS COMMITTEE. 


Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. 

E. Guy Dawber, A.R.A., F.S.A. 

G. Hastwell Grayson, M.A.Cantab. 

H. C. Hughes, M.A.Cantab. 

Francis Jones. 


R. T. Longden. 

Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O. , 
M.A.Cantab. 

Herbert A. Welch. 


M.C., 


LONDON ARCHITECTURE MEDAL JURY. 

The President. H. Chalton Bradshaw. 

Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. H. S. Goodhart-Rendel. 

E. C. Bewlay [Chairman, Art Standing Sir Giles Gilbert Scott R.A. 
Committee]. Louis de Soissons, O.B.E.’ 

Lord Monk Bretton [Chairman, London County Council]. 

Lord Riddell [Hon. A.]. 

James Bone [Hon. A.]. 

C. S. Jagger, A.R.A. 

The Rt. Hon. George Lansbury, M.P. [First Commissioner of Works]. 


LONDON BUILDING 

The President. 

The Hon. Secretary. 

Louis Blanc. 

Arthur Crow. 

W. R. Davidge. 

Matthew J. Dawson. 

William G. Hunt. 


ACTS COMMITTEE. 

E. C. P. Monson. 

H. D. Searles-Wood. 

Digby L. Solomon, B.Sc.Lond. 

Sir Henry Tanner, C.B., I.S.O. 
Maurice E. Webb, DSO MC 
M.A.Cantab. ' ’ 

" • Henry White. 


OFFICIAL ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE. 


The President. 

The Hon. Secretary. 

Henry V. Ashley. 

Major Harry Barnes. 

Herbert T. Buckland. 

H- Alderman Dickman, M.C. 


r. L. UEARCE fcDWARDS, F.S.A. 
Henry M. Fletcher, M.A.Cantab. 
- r - i opham Forrest, FRS E 
E. Stanley Hall, MJLOxon.’ 
t. \ incent Harris, O.B E 
John Keppie, A.R.S.A. 


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OFFICIAL ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE — continued. 

E. Bertram Kirby, O.B.E. Charles F. Ward. 

•J. Alan Slater, M. A. Cantab. Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., 

Sir A. Brumwell Thomas. M A. Cantab. 

Dr. Raymond Unwin. 

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. 

A. Trystan Edwards. F. E. Towndrow. 

E. Stanley Hall, M.A.Oxon. Major Clough Williams-Ellis, M.C., 

W. S. Purchon, M.A. J.P. 

Reginald A. Rix. F. R. Yerbury. 

REGISTRATION COMMITTEE. 


Major Harry Barnes. L. Sylvester Sullivan. 

E. Bertram Kirby, O.B.E. A. J. Taylor. 

G. C. Lawrence, R.W.A. Percy E. Thomas, O.B.E. 

E. J. Partridge. Thomas Wallis. 

< l AW- Gillbee Scott. T. Butler Wilson. 

1 Noel D. Sheffield. L. A. F. Ireland I Representatives of 

jMajor Charles F. Skipper. V. L. Nash J the A.A.S.T.A. 

v ' . Alan Slater, M.A.Cantab. 

Secretary of the Registration Committee : 

C. McArthur Butler, F.C.I.S. 

R.I.B.A. PREMISES COMMITTEE. 


/"he President. 

’he Hon. Secretary. 

Ierbert T. Buckland. 

:. Guy Dawber, A.R.A., F.S.A. 

J. Leonard Elkington. 

Ienry M. Fletcher, M.A.Cantab. 
:. Stanley Hall, M.A.Oxon. 
-t.-Col. P. A. Hopkins, O.B.E. 
rancis Jones, 
rthur Keen. 


G. C. Lawrence, R.WA. 

Sir Edwin Lutyens, RA. 

E. C. P. Monson. 

Prof. C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., M.A.Cantab. 
J. Douglas Scott. 

L. Sylvester Sullivan. 

Michael J. Tapper, M.C. 

Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., 
M.A.Cantab. 


ROYAL GOLD MEDAL COMMITTEE. 


he President, 
he Hon. Secretary. 

3bert Atkinson. 
r Herbert Baker, A.R.A. 


H. Chalton Bradshaw. 

E. Guy Dawber, A.R.A. , F.S.A. 
Henry M. Fletcher, M.A.Cantab. 
Francis Jones. 


C. Bewlay [Chairman, Art Standing Sir Edwin L. Lutyens, R.A. 


I Committee ] . 


Prof. C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., M.A. Cantab. 


r Reginald Blomfield, R.A., M.A.- Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, R.A., Hon. 


Oxon., Hon. D.Litt., F.S.A. 


D.Litt. 


SALARIED MEMBERS COMMITTEE. 


>hn Batty. 

. E. Brooks. 

A. Crouch, C.I.E. 

. T. Curtis. 

J. Clifford Ewen. 

Grieve. 

Stanley Hall, M.A.Oxon. 

H. Hamlyn. 

K. Hanton. 

SESSIONAL 

e President, 
e Hon. Secretary. 

H. Ansell, M.C. 

Chalton Bradshaw. 

L C. Eden, MA.Oxon., F.S.A. 
t. S. Goodhart-Rendel. 


L. A. F. Ireland, M.C. 

H. V. Lanchester. 

Charles McLachlan. 

F. Winton Newman. 

Captain A. Seymour Reeves. 

J. Alan Slater, M.A.Cantab. 

Charles Woodward. 

F. R. Yerbury. 

PAPERS COMMITTEE. 

Prof F. S. Granger, D.Litt., MA.-Lond. 
Oswald P. Milne. 

C. R. Peers, C.B.E. 

Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. 

C. F. A. Voysey. 

J. Hubert Worthington, O.B.E. 


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SESSIONAL PAPERS COMMITTEE — continued. 

Chairmen of the Four Standing Committees. 

Art : E. C. Bewlay. Practice : Sydney Tatchell. 

Literature : M. S. Briggs. Science : Dr. Raymond Unwin. 


SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON THE SCALE OF CHARGES. 


Henry V. Ashley. 

Francis Jones. 

E. Bertram Kirby, O.B.E. 
J. Douglas Scott. 


W. Gillbee Scott. 
W. E. Watson. 
Maurice E. Webb, 
MA.Cantab. 


D.S.O., M.C., 


THAMES BRIDGES CONFERENCE. 

Representatives of the R.I.B.A. 

The President. Ronald P. Jones. 

Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. Arthur Keen. 

Major Harry Barnes. H. V. Lanchester. 

H. Chalton Bradshaw. Walter Tapper, A.R.A., F.S.A. 

Leonard H. Bucknell. Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., 

H. S. Goodhart-Rendel. M.A.Cantab. 

Representative of the Royal Academy. 

Sir Reginald Blomfield, M.A.Oxon., Hon. D.Litt., R.A., F.S.A. 
Representatives of the Tozcn Planning Institute. 

Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. W. Refs Jeffreys. 

W. R. Davidge. Sir Richard Paget, Bart. 

Representatives of the Architecture Club. 

R. M. Barrington-Ward. E. Vincent Harris, O.B.E. 

James Bone. Christopher Hussey. 

Ewart G. Culpin. J. C. Squire. 

J. H. Elder-Duncan. 

Representatives of the London Society. 

The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Crawford and D. Barclay Niven. 

Balcarres, K.T., P.C., LL.D., F.S A. Carmichael Thomas. 

Sir William Davison, K.B.E., D.L., M.P. Sir Aston Webb, G.C.VO 
Ernest Herbert. R.A. 

Percy W. Lovell, B.A. Cantab. 

Representatives of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. 

J. F. Green. Ernest E. Lofting 

Professor W. R. Lethaby. A. R. Powys 




C.B., 


C. Griffin Eady. 


The Engineers’ Group. 


J. S. Wilson. 


Bernard Geen. 
Ernest Law, C.B. 


Other Members of the Conference. 


D - S. MacColl., D.Litt., M.A., 

LL.lJ, 


TOWN PLANNING AND 

The President. 

The Hon. Secretary. 

Professor Patrick Abercrombie, M.A. 
Professor S. D. Adshead, M.A. 
Leonard H. Bucknell. 

Arthur Crow. 

W. R. Davidge. 

F. M. Elgood. 

Percival M. Fraser. 

W. Alexander Harvey. 

William Haywood. 


HOUSING COMMITTEE. 

H. V. Lanchester. 

T. Alwyn Lloyd. 

Sir Henry Maybury, K.C.M.G C 
D. Barclay Niven. 

Herbert Shepherd. 

Louis de Soissons, O.B E 
G. U S. Streatfeild,' O.B.E., D.S O 
” • Harding Thompson. M.C 
Charles F. Ward. 

Edward Warren, F.S.A. 


BRITISH SECTION, COMITF) PERMANENT INTERNATIONALE 
DES ARCHITECTES. 

Sir John J. Burnet, R.A., R.S.A., Professor C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., MA. 

Hon. Ll.D. Cantab. 

Lt.-Co!. H. J?._Cart de Lafontaine, Howard Robertson, M.C. 

Sir John W. Simpson, K.B.E. 

Louis de Soissons, O.B.E. 

Dr. Raymond Unwin. 


O.B.E. , T.D. Sir John W. Simpson, K.B.E. 

Arthur J. Davis. Louis de Soissons, O.B.E. 

Sir Banister Fletcher, F.SA. Dr. Raymond Unwin. 

H. S. Goodhart-Rendel. 

Ian MacAlister, M.A.Oxon. [Secretary R.I.B.A.]. 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON REINFORCED CONCRETE. 

Representative of the Royal Institute of British Architects. 

C. Stanley Peach. Professor W. Cawthorne Unwin, B.Sc., 

H. D. Searles-Wood. F.R.S. 

Representatives of the District Surveyors’ Association. 
e W. G. Perkins. 

Representative of the Institute of Builders. 

George M. Burt. 

Representatives of the Institution of Municipal and County Engineers. 

A. E. Collins, M.Inst.C.E. Norman Scorgie, M.Inst.C.E. ' 

Representative of the Admiralty. 

W. H. Moorby, M.Sc., M.Inst.C.E. 

Representative of the London County Council. 

E. G. Beck, A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. 

Representatives of the Institution of Structural Engineers. 

Ewart S. Andrews, B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E. S. Bylander. 

R. H. Harry Stanger, A.M.Inst.CJE. 


ALLIED SOCIETIES’ CONFERENCE* 

Chairman : G. C. Lawrence, R.WA. [F.J [Bristol], 

T r- rt . - f E. C. Bewlay IF.] [Birmingham]. 

Vice-Chairmen : - { ^ £ Thon ^ o.Il.E. [FJ [Cardiff], 

Berks, Bucks and Oxon Architectural Association. 

Harry Hutt [FJ. 

Representatives of Branches : — 

Berks. — T. Talfourd Cumming [F.]. 

Bucks. — E. A. L. Martyn [A.]. 

Oxford. — N. W. Harrison [FJ. 

Birmingham Architectural Association. 

E. C. Bewlay [FJ. A. T. Butler [FJ. 

Devon and Cornwall Architectural Society. 

W. A. Vercoe [A J. 

Representatives of Branches — 

Exeter. — R. M. Challice. 

Plymouth. — W. A. Vercoe [A J . 

Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire Society of Architects. 

F. Wykeham Chancellor, M.A.Oxon. [FJ. 
Representatives of Chapters : — 

Colchester and District. — Duncan W. Clark, F.S.I. [.-!.]. 
Chelmsford and District. — Hugo R. Bird [LJ. 
Southend-on-Sea and District. — George F. Grover. 

West Essex. — C. M. Shiner [ A .]. 

Cambridge. — A. Paul MacAlister [A.]. 


* The Conference consists of representatives of all the Allied Societies and Branches thereof, the 
representative normally being tfie President or Chairman of the Allied Society or Branch. 


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ALLIED SOCIETIES’ CONFERENCE — continued. 

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Architectural Association. 

J. Arthur Smith [FJ. 

Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. 

F. G. Hicks [F.]. 

Leicester and Leicestershire Society of Architects. 
Walter Brand [A], 

Liverpool Architectural Society. 

Duncan A. Campbell [FJ. 

North Wales Branch [North Wales Architectural Society ]. 


Manchester Society of Architects. 

J. T. Halliday [F.]. 

Burnley Branch [Burnley District Society of Architects']. 


Oldham Branch [Oldham Society of Architects]. 

Thomas Taylor [FJ. 

Blackpool and Fylde Branch [Blackpool and Fylde Architectural Society] 
Bertram Drummond [A.]. 


Norfolk and Norwich Association of Architects. 
Stanley J. Wearing [FJ. 


Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire Association of Architects. 
R. J. Williams [FJ. 

Representatives of Branches : — 

Northamptonshire. — 

Bedfordshire.— Major B. C. Deacon [FJ. 

Huntingdonshire. — W. A. Lea [L.]. 

Northern Architectural Association. 

Lt.-Col. A. K. Tasker [FJ. 


Representatives of Branches : — 

Tees-Side. — Arthur Harrison. 

Cumberland. — J. H. Martjndale, F.S.A. [FJ. 


Nottingham 
G. M. Eaton [FJ. 


and Derby Architectural Society. 

J. Woollatt 


Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. 
D. A. Stewart [LJ. 


IF.] 


Chapters of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland 

(a) Aberdeen Chapter [Aberdeen Society of Architects 1 
W. L. Duncan [LJ. 

(b) Dundee Chapter [Dundee Institute of Architects'- 
T. M. Cappon [FJ. J ‘ 

(c) Edinburgh Chapter [Edinburgh Architectural Association! 
John Begg [FJ. 

(d) Glasgozc Chapter [Glasgow Institute of Architects 1 
Andrew Balfour [FJ. 

(e) Inverness Chapter [Inverness Architectural Association], 


Sheffield, South Yorkshire and District Society of j c. 

C. M. E. Hadfield [FJ. F E P™™? and Surveyors. 

• bearce Edw.ards, F.S.A. [FI 

South-Eastern Society of Architects 

H. V . L AN CHESTER [FJ. 


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■> 



Representatives of Chapters : — 

Brighton District. — R. Goulburn Lovell [A.]. 

Canterbury District. — C. J. F. Martindale [ A .]. 

Croydon District. — Major F. W. Rees, R.E. [LJ. 

Guildford District. — Colonel Wilfred J. Hardcastle [FJ. 
Tunbridge Wells District. — C. H. Strange [FJ. 

South Wales Institute of Architects. 

T. Alwyn Lloyd [F.]. 

Representatives of Branches : — 

Central. — Norman Edwards. 

Western. — J. Herbert Jones [FJ. 

Eastern. — Walter Rosser [FJ. 

Ulster Society of Architects. 

E. R. Kennedy [FJ. 

Wessex Society of Architects. 

Thomas Overbury [FJ. 

Representatives of Branches : — 

(a) Bristol Society of Architects. 

A. J. Taylor [FJ. 

( b ) Gloucestershire Architectural Association. 

Thomas Falconer [FJ. 

(c) Wilts and Dorset Society of Architects. 

Harold Brakspear, F.S.A. [FJ. 

West Yorkshire Society of Architects. 

G. H. F'oggitt, A.R.C.A. [FJ. 

York and East Yorkshire Architectural Society. 

G. Dudley Harbron [FJ. 

OVERSEAS. 

Institute of South African Architects. 

Robert Howden [FJ. 

Sir Herbert Baker, A.R.A. (Representative in London). 
Cape Provincial Institute. 

W. A. Ritchie- Fallon [A.]. _ • 

Natal Provincial Institute. 

W. B. Oxley [Ail. 

Orange Free State Provincial Institute. 

H. G. E. de la Cornillere. 

Transvaal Provincial Institute. 

H. N. Porter [LJ. 

East Africa Institute of Architects. 

C. Rand Overy [LJ. 

Rhodesian Institute of Architects. 

W. D’Arcy Cathcart [FJ. 

The Australian Institute of Architects. 

Professor A. S. Hook [FJ. 

(Representative in London). 

Institute of Architects of New South Wales. 

James Peddle [FJ. 

Queensland Institute of Architects. 

L. L. Powell. 

South Australian Institute of Architects. 

Guy St. J. Makin. 

Royal Victorian Institute of Architects. 

W. A. M. Blackett. 

Royal Institute of the Architects of Western Australia, Incorporated. 
J. F. Allen. 


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ALLIED SOCIETIES’ CONFERENCE— continued. 

Tasmanian Institute of Architects. 

, A. T. Johnston. 

New Zealand Institute of Architects. 

E. R. Wilson [LJ. 

Maurice E. Webb, D.S.O., M.C., MA. (Representative in London). 

Burma Society of Architects. 

T. N. J. Catchatoor. 

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. 

Percy E. Nobbs, M.A., R.C.A. [FJ. 

Septimus Warwick [FJ (Representative in London). 

Alberta Association of Architects. 

Edward Underwood. 

Architectural Institute of British Columbia. 

John J. Honeyman. 

Manitoba Association of Architects. 

E. Parkinson. 

Maritime Association of Architects. 

Alderman R. A. Fr^CHET. 

Ontario Association of Architects. 

A. H. Chapman [FJ. 

Province of Quebec Association of Architects. 

Ernest Cormier [F.]. 

Saskatchewan Association of Architects. 

F. H. Portnall. 

Indian Institute of Architects. 

H. Foster King [FJ. 

Singapore Society of Architects. 

H. R. Arbenz. 


FRANCO-BRITISH UNION OF ARCHITECTS. 


President : Charles Letrosne, Officier de la Legion d’Honneur, President, Soci^te 
des Architectes Diplomes par le Gouvemement, S.C. 

Vice-President : J. A. Gotch, Hon.M .A.Oxon., F.S.A. [F.]. 

Hon. Secretary General : I.t.^Col. H. P. Cart de Lafontaine, O.B.E., T.D [A] 
Officer d’Academie, Membre Corr. SA.D.G., Hon Corr Member A T a’ 
[U.S.A.]. ' 


Hon. Treasurer : J. M. Poupivel, Officier de la Legion d’Honneur, S.C. S.A.D G 
Hon. Secretaire-General t.P.I.A. [Hon. C2I/J. 

Honorary Members (British Section). 

The Rt. Hon. The F.arl of Balfour, K.G., O.M.. P.C. [Hon FI 
The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, K.T., P.C LL D F SA 

[Hon. F.]. 

The Most Hon. The M.arquess of Crewe, K.G., P.C. G C V O M A fqi 
B ritish Ambassador in Paris ’’ ’’ ’’ 

Sir Lionel Earle, K.C.B., K.C.YD., C M G., J.P. [Hon. A.], Secretary to H.M 

Office of Works. 


BRITISH SECTION. 

Hon. Secretary : Arthur J. Davis [FJ, 22 Conduit Street, W.i. 

Members of the Committee : Chairman : E. Guy Dawber A R A F S A rpi/D * 

President) ; J. A. Gotch. Hon W.A Oxon F S 4 ’ fpi ir ' A ' (Past 
Ada F c A ppdida , y n -, P.S.A. [r .j ; Walter Tapper 

Wornum Eft" P P R - LB “ A - ’ L - DE Soissons, O.B.E., S.A.D.G, [FJ ; G. G . 


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OVERSEAS HON. SECRETARIES. 


Professor Leslie Wilkinson [F.] Australia. 

Victor Daniel Horsburgh [FJ Canada. 

Frederic de Jersey Clere [F.] New Zealand. 

Ernest Marston Powers [F.] South Africa. 


HON. AUDITORS, 1929-30. 

E. J. W. Hider [F.]. Robert W. Pite [F.]. 

BANKERS. 

Lloyds Bank, Ltd., i6 St. James’s Street, S.W. 
ACCOUNTANTS. 

Messrs. Saffery, Sons & Co., 14 Old Jewry Chambers, E.C.2. 
SOLICITORS. 

Messrs. Markby, Stewart & Wadesons, 5 Bishopsgate, E.C 2. 

Librarian and Editor : Rudolf Dircks. 

Assistant Librarian : W. P. Steel. 

Assistant Secretary : C. D. Spragg. 

Chief Clerk : F. G. Baker. 

Secretary to the Board of Architectural Education : Everard J. Haynes, BA.Oxon. 
Secretary to the Registration Committee : C. McArthur Butler, F.C.I.S. [L.]. 


SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE RECOGNISED FOR 
EXEMPTION FROM THE R.I.B.A. EXAMINATIONS. 

The coicses of instruction in Architecture at the following Schools are 
recognised by the Council as equivalent to and exempting from the Intermediate 
Examinalim and, in the cases of those marked with an asterisk, as 
exempting fiom all subjects of the Final Examination with the exception of 
that of “ Prfessional Practice.” 

The years n which the exemptions from the R.I.BA. Intermediate and Final 
Examinations espectively were first granted are marked t and J. 

* UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1902. Professor C. H. Reilly, O.B.E., MA.Cantab. [F.]. J 1920. 

* UNIVEISITY OF LONDON : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1904. Professor A. E. Richardson, F.SA. [FJ. J 1921. 

VICTORIA UMVERSITY, MANCHESTER : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 19a. Professor A. C. Dickie, M.A. [A.]. % 1922. 

* ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION (LONDON), 
f 1906. Howard Robertson, M.C., SA.D.G. [F.]. J 1920. 

* GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE. 

1907. T. Harold Iughes, A.R.C A. (Arch. Lond.), F.S.I., F.R.G.S. [F.]. t 1921. 

NIVERSITY Ol SHEFFIELD : DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1911. Stephen Welsh, MA. [ A .]. 

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART, 
f 1912. John Begg [F.J. I 1925. 


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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES, 
f 1914. D. Theodore Fyfe, M.A. Cantab. [F.J. 

•ROBERT GORDON’S COLLEGES, ABERDEEN, 
f 1914. R. Leslie Rollo [. 4 .]. f 1922. 

LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1915. Joseph Addison, M.C. [A.]. 

• WELSH SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE : THE TECHNICAL COLLEGE, 

CARDIFF. 

f 1920. W. S. Purchon, M .A. [ A .]. J 1928. 

BOMBAY SCHOOL OF ART. 
f 1920. Professor Claude Batley [A.l. 

•McGILL UNIVERSITY, MONTREAL : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1921. Ptofessor Ramsay Traquair, Hon.M.A.McGill [F.]. J 1923. 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO : DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1921. Professor C. H. C. Wright. 


ARMSTRONG COLLEGE, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. 
f 1922. R. A. Cordixgley [A.]. 

BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1923. George Drysdale [ F .]. 

ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY, BRISTOL : SCFOOL OF 

ARCHITECTURE. 

t 1924- G. D. Gordon Hake, R.WA. [F.]. 

* UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1925. Professor Leslie Wilkinson [F.J. J 1925. 

NORTHERN POLYTECHNIC (LONDON) : SCHOOL OF 
ARCHITECTURE, 
f 1925. Thomas E. Scott [F.J. 

LEICESTER COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CRAFTS • SCIOOI OF 
ARCHITECTURE. 


t 1927. George Nott [F.]. 

MUNICIPAL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS, SOUTHEND ON 
SEA : SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 
t 1927 D. N. Martin- Kaye [FJ. 

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, THE DEPARTMENT OF 
ARCHITECTURE. 

t 1928. Professor Milton Smith Osborie. 

* UNIVERSITY OF \\ ITVVATERSRAND JOHANNES BT7RP 
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URG ’ 

f 1928. Professor G. E. Pkar.se [ A .]. j V2 8 . 


A T the time of the foundation of the Royal Institute of British 
Architects there existed in Lincoln’s Inn Fields the Architectural 
Society, the primary objects of which were the advancement and 
diffusion of architectural knowledge, and its ultimate intent to form a 
British School, with Library, Museum, Professorships and periodical 
exhibitions, the want of which was then beginning to be greatly felt by 
\ students.* Instituted in 1831 , the Architectural Society had for its governing 
jf body in 1834-35 William Barnard Clarke as President, Thomas Henry 
Wyatt as one of the Vice-Presidents, George Mair as Hon. Secretary, 
with Benjamin Ferrey among the ordinary members. In 1834 it became 
evident to a few architects of established reputation that the profession 
required a more influential representative institution than that which already 
existed, and an Address was circulated among the profession pointing out ' 

I that though few of the arts and sciences were left without a Body associated 
for their promotion and cultivation, Architecture, as an art embracing the 
whole circle of the sciences, was in this country destitute of such an 
establishment. 

The first meeting of the founders of the Institutef was held at the 
Thatched House Tavern, St. James’s Street, on the 2nd July 1834, when 


• An earlier society still was the London Architectural Society, established in 
1806, probably the first institution formed by professional men with aims and objects 
similar to those of the present Royal Institute. By the rules of this Society members 
ere required to produce annually, according to a rotation and time agreed upon, an 
chitectural design never before in any way made public, consisting of at least one 
lan, elevation, and section, and accompanied with observations, critical and 
cplanatory, under forfeiture of two guineas ; also an essay on some subject connected 
ith civil architecture, under forfeit of half-a-guinea. These designs, observations, 
id essays were discussed at General Meetings, and every member absenting himself 
or two successive nights was fined 5s., and also 5s. for every additional night of 
bsence unless prevented by illness or a distance of ten miles from the place of meeting, 
he Society probably became extinct before the formation of the Architectural 
Society in 1831. 

What was probably a forerunner of the London Architectural Society was a club 
Ued the Architects’ Club, which was founded in 1791 and held its meetings at the 
hatched House Tavern. The treasurer was Samuel Pepys Cockerell, father of 
rofessor Cockerell (second President of the Institute), and grandfather of Frederick 
epys Cockerell (for many years Hon. Secretary). Among the original members 
ere Sir William Chambers, Robert Adam, Robert Milne, John Soane, Thomas 
ardwick, James Wyatt, George Dance, S. P. Cockerell. (See article by Mr. Harry 
irr, Journal R.I.BA. 7th January 1911.). 

f The last surviving original member of the Institute, Professor Donaldson, died 
1885. He took a prominent part in the foundation. His letter convening the 
eliminary Meeting was as follows : — 

7 Hart Street , Bloomsbury Square : %th May 1834. 
Dear Sir, — Some of the following gentlemen, all of whom, as well as yourself, have 
eived a circular from Mr. Robinson, are anxious to have a preliminary Meeting 
talk over and consider the objects and prospects of the proposed Institution of 
British Architects, and will meet at Mr. Rainy’s room, 14 Regent Street, on Tuesday 



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the Address setting forth the aims and objects of the proposed Institute 
was adopted. Endeavour was made to secure as members architects of 
prominent position and unimpeachable character, educated ror and fol- 
lowing their profession as an art, and free from those conflicting relations 
with trade which frequently existed in the early part of the century and 
prevented that implicit confidence on the part of the public which should 
enable a client to regard his architect not only as his agent, but as his 
friend and adviser. A second meeting, for the enrolment of members, 
was held on the 6th August 1834 ; and the Council, elected by ballot on 
the 3rd December following, and consisting of Messrs. Robinson, Kay, and 
Gwilt as Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Donaldson and Goldicutt as Hon. 
Secretaries, and Messrs. Barry (afterwards Sir Charles Barry), Basevi, 
Decimus Burton, Fowler, Philip Hardwick, Kendall, J. B. Papworth, and 
Rhodes, met for the first time on the 10th December at the Thatched 
House Tavern. A few weeks afterwards the Earl de Grey was elected 
President. The junction of the Architectural Society with the Institute 
was effected in 1842. 

The Opening General Meeting of the Institute was held on the 15th June 
2835. The President’s Address, with that afterwards delivered by Professor 
. Donaldson, will be found in the Institute Transactions. Sir John 
Soane, Professor of Architecture at the Royal Academy, evinced his sympathy 
with the newly established body by giving a donation of .£750 for such 
purposes as might appear most conducive to its advantage. 

The Royal Charter was granted by King William IV. on the nth 
January 1837. On the 8th August of the same year Queen Victoria became 
Patron, and was subsequently associated with the Prince Consort, who at 
all times manifested his interest in the Institute's proceedings, on one occasion, 
in 1842, acting as Chairman of the Council Meeting and afterwards presiding 
at the General Meeting. 

A further and lasting mark of the Royal favour was shown in 1848 by the 
foundation by Queen Victoria of the Royal Gold Medal, since annually 
conferred by the Sovereign on some distinguished architect, or man of 
science or letters connected with architecture, on the recommendation of 
the Institute. 

On the 18th May 1866 by Royal command the style of the Institute was ■ 
altered to the “ Royal ” Institute of British Architects. 

King Edward VII., Patron from 1863 till his death in 1910, continued 
the presentation of the Annual Gold Medal. 

His present Majesty King George V., on his accession to the Throne, 
graciously intimated his pleasure to continue the Royal Patronage and 
the presentation of the Gold Medal. 6 

In 1887, in order to bring the powers of the Institute more into line 
with the work it aspired to accomplish, and to render the fact of membership 
to a certain extent a test of proficiency, the Supplemental Charter of the 


«rn«|y n d^. " The^| V 'wm° Kkefa? eSL^IocklrSy 3 -?^ 

Z)*nms Burton Grey, Fouler, Goldicutt, Guilt, Harfakk, Kay, kendaU?U ? Pa 

Robtmon ' Seward ’ Ta y lor - and WM *”' t 



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50th Victoria, conferring among other privileges power to hold examinations 
and issue certificates or diplomas, was granted, the document receiving 
the Royal Sign Manual on the 28th March 1887. 

A further Supplemental Charter (8th Edward VII.), granted nth January 
1909, provided for a temporary class of Licentiates to be elected by the 
Council, made fresh provisions respecting the qualifications of candidates 
for Fellowship and the granting of diplomas, and extended the educational 
functions of the Institute. 

In 1924 the proposals of the Council for the amalgamation of the R.I.B.A. 
and The Society of Architects with a view to the unification of the profession 
and the promotion of a Registration Bill were approved by the general 
body of the R.I.B.A. and by The Society of Architects. 

The Supplemental Charter enabling the amalgamation agreement to be 
carried into effect received His Majesty’s sanction in February, 1925. 
Among other important provisions the new Charter also enabled Licentiates 
to be constituted as full corporate members, gave equal voting rights to all 
Fellows, Associates and Licentiates, and entitled them to use the title 
“ Chartered Architect.” It further provided for the formation of a non- 
corporate class of subscribers, and gave the Council power to take a 
Referendum on important issues. 

The new Bye-laws were approved at a meeting of the Privy Council on the 
4th March 1925, and among certain other improvements in the machinery of 
the R.I.B.A. provided for the reconstitution of the Council, so as to secure 
representation for all sections of membership and for the Allied Societies. 

Following on the completion of the provisions of the amalgamation 
agreement The Society of Architects went into voluntary liquidation in June, 
1925, and thereupon property of the value of over £10,000 was transferred 
to the R.I.B.A. This included the Society’s leasehold premises at No. 28 
Bedford Square, and invested funds amounting to £4,588, of which £ 3,263 
was earmarked for developing and maintaining architectural scholarships. 

In 1928 proposals were formulated for obtaining the sanction of the 
Privy Council to the reopening of the Licentiate Class under the same 
conditions of admission as existed in 1910-1912, and for certain reforms in 
the method of government of the R.I.B.A. 

The proposals were considered at special meetings held in London and 
practically all the important centres in the provinces. 

Extensive alterations in the existing Bye-laws were necessary in order to 
bring the proposals into effect, and in June 1929 draft revised Bye-laws 
embodying the proposals were submitted, under the provisions of the 
Supplemental Charter of 1925, to a postal vote of all the members in the 
United Kingdom and the Irish Free State. 

The vote in favour of the scheme was carried by a very large majority, 
and the whole matter is now under the consideration of the Privy Council. 

The scheme will come into operation when the sanction of the Privy 
Council is received. 


THE INSTITUTE PREMISES. 

The first rooms of the Institute, engaged early in 1835, were at 43 King 
Street, Covent Garden, better known as Evans’s Hotel, a building said to 
have been designed by Inigo Jones, and immortalised by Thackeray in 


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The Netocomes , in the description of “ The Cave of Harmony.” In 1837 
rooms were taken at No. 16 Grosvenor Street, where for twenty-two years 
the work of the Institute was carried on. The necessity of acquiring larger 
and more convenient premises led eventually to the formation of the Archi- 
tectural Union Company, which was established, in the terms of its articles 
of association, “ for the purpose of providing accommodation for the 
different societies connected with architecture, and especially for the Royal 
Institute of British Architects and the Architectural Exhibition.” Sir 
Charles Barry was Chairman of the Company, Mr. (afterwards Sir William) 
Tite, Deputy Chairman, and a number of prominent members of the Institute 
were Directors. The then President, the Earl de Grey, presented to the 
Institute twenty shares in the Company free of all further calls. The 
Architectural Union Company, having purchased the property No. 9 Conduit 
Street, constructed the Galleries (afterwards known as the Conduit Street 
Galleries, and later as the Maddox Street Galleries) at the rear of the house. 
The Institute was assigned the entire suite of apartments on the principal 
floor (the present Library rooms), with separate staircase, a large room 
for casts, models, etc., and apartments for an attendant in the basement 
and upper floors. The premises were formally opened by Earl de Grey on 
the 7th November 1859. 

In 1890 the Institute took over the ground-floor and basement, now 
used as the Secretary’s offices, and in 1897 acquired the second floor, 
where are now located the Library store-rooms, and rooms for clerks and 
typists. 

In 1909 the Institute secured the leasehold interest in the Galleries which 
the then tenants held from the Architectural Union Company, and entered 
into possession of the entire building. At this date also, the Institute holding 
a considerable number of shares in the Company, advantage was taken of 
an opportunity to acquire the remainder, and in 1910 the Institute became 
tenant of the property under a lease held direct from the Corporation of the 
City of London, renewable on the periodical payment of a nominal fine 
Under the Law of Property Act 1922, the perpetually renewable lease 
became a lease for 2,000 years as from 25th March 1922 and the fine has been 
commuted by the payment of a small additional rent. 


Of the three Galleries in the rear of the building, the Great Gallery is 
used for General Meetings and, with the East Gallery, for the Examinations 
and for exhibitions of drawings, etc. The West Gallery, which contains 
the fine collection of portraits of Past Presidents, the work of eminent 
contemporary artists, serves as a Members’ Common Room. 

In 1922 the freehold of a piece of land adjoining the Maddox Street 
Corridor was purchased, and the reconstruction of the Great Gallery with 
a separate corridor from the Conduit Street Entrance direct to the enlarged 
East Gallery was completed m 1924. s 

With a view to the further and much-needed extension of premises the 
Council purchased m 1921 the Corporation leasehold of the adjoin ng 
building in Conduit Street, No. 10 The lease ;<= „ jum g 

2 5 th December ,889 at , nominal °ent 2 '°°° “ ft <” 

Registration Committee ivas conduced there. In ,* 8 the lease wS soldw 



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the Architectural Association and the premises are now used as an extension 
to the Architectural Association School of Architecture. 

In order to provide sufficient accommodation for the ever-growing 
activities and expansion of the Royal Institute it became necessary to look 
for a fresh site on which to erect an entirely new building. After an exhaus- 
tive examination of a very large number of possibilities an admirable site 
on the comer of Portland Place and Weymouth Street was selected, and in 
1929 negotiations were satisfactorily conducted with the Howard de Walden 
Estate whereby an area of about 15,000 square feet has been secured on a 
999 years’ building lease. 

The selection of the Architect of the new building will be determined by 
means of a competition open to all members of the Royal Institute 

THE COUNCIL DINNER CLUB. 

The Council Dinner Club was founded during the presidency of the late 
Mr. Charles Barry (1876-79), to give Members of Council an opportunity 
of dining together in the interval between the close of a Council Meeting 
and the opening of a General Meeting of the Institute. All Members of 
the Council for the time being and past Members of Council are eligible 
for membership. One of the functions of the Club is to entertain 
overseas architects of distinction visiting England, readers of Papers at 
General Meetings, and othefS whom the Institute would desire to honour. 
The Club is entirely self-supporting. 

THE R.I.BA. TRAVELLING CARDS. 

Members, Students, and Probationers R.I.B.A. can obtain from the 
Institute a travelling card, or credential for travel abroad, available for 
a stated period. Persons requiring the cards for use in Italy must have 
them vise’d by the Italian Consul of their district. Cards are also available 
for use in the United Kingdom. Applications for the cards must be made 
in writing to The Secretary RJ.B.A. at the Office of the Institute ; and 
in the case of non-members, the application must be accompanied by a letter 
from a member. 

REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MEASUREMENT OF PUBLIC 
BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. 

France. — A special permit must be obtained from the Direction des 
Beaux-Arts, Commission des Monuments Historiques in France. An 
application for a special permit must be accompanied by a letter from the 
British Embassy in Paris, to which the R.I.B.A. Traveling Card should be 
produced. 

Austria. — The Federal Monuments Committee, 1, Auerspergstr., Vienna 
VIII, will render every assistance to holders of the R.I.B.A. Travelling Card 
by giving letters of introduction to the responsible authorities. 

Belgium. — Students should apply for permission to the Town Council of 
he town in which they wish to pursue their studies. 

Sweden. — Public buildings may be sketched and measured without any 
special permission from the authorities. 

Germany. — Students should apply to the British Embassy in Berlin for 
letters of introduction to the Ministry of Art who grant the necessary permits. 




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Denmark, — Students should apply for permits to the Department of 
Public Instruction at Copenhagen. 

Switzerland . — Students should apply for permits to the Town Council 
of the town in which they wish to pursue their studies. 

Holland. — Students should apply to the Commission of Care for 
Monuments, The Hague, which will render every assistance to holders of 
the R.I.B.A. Travelling Card. 

Italy. — (A) The Department of Antiquities and Fine Arts, Rome, grants 
free passes to students permitting them to visit, free of charge, institutes of 
antiquities and arts. In order to obtain this free pass the student must 
produce a letter certifying that he is a bona fide student of Architecture (this 
letter is not returned). If it is desired to obtain this pass application should 
be made before leaving England. 

(J9) The student who wishes to sketch, measure or photograph should 
obtain a letter of permission from the Director of Monuments in the particular 
district in which he happens to be working. The British Consul in the 
district will furnish a letter to transmit to the local Director upon production 
of the R.I.B.A. Travelling Card. 

Spain. — Students should apply for permits to the Department of Fine Arts, 
Madrid, and should state in their applications : — 

1. The names of the monuments they desire to study. 

2. The kind of work they wish to carry out.’ 

3. The number of students in the tour. 

4. By whom they are accompanied (where applicable). 

Hungary.— There are no formalities, but students are advised to apply 
for permits from the Commission of Historical Monuments, Budapest. 

Greece. — Students are advised to make application for permission to 
study antiquities in Greece to the Director of the British School at Athens, 
Rue Spefsippe, Athens, Greece. 

If the application is made between June and November it should be 
addressed to the Director of the British School at Athens, 50 Bedford Square 
London, W.C. 

Students should be prepared to produce other evidence of identity, e.g., 
their passports. 


ASSESSORS IN COMPETITIONS. 

Members of the Institute who have been requested to act as Assessors 
subsequent to the conditions of the Competition having been drawn, should 
obtain a copy of the conditions and consider their conformity with the 
Regulations issued by the Royal Institute, and should also notify the Secretary 
of the Institute that they have been asked to act. 3 


REGISTER FOR ASSISTANTS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT. 

This Register, kept at the office of the Institute, contains applications 
for varieties of work connected with the profession. The Book is always 
opn to architects assistants, improvers, pupils, and clerks-of-works ■ 
also to young architects desirous of becoming known to members of the 
Institute through their drawings or other work. Applicants desirous of 
beuig registered should give the following particulars :-(i) name and 
address ; (2) age; (3) salary per week ; (4) qualifications ;(s) referenda 



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On obtaining an engagement the applicant should at once inform the 
Secretary, in order that the fact may be noted in the Register. 

Architects, whether members of the Institute or not, will be furnished 
on application with the names and addresses of persons desiring employment 
as assistants, improvers, or derks-of-works, as the case may be. Architects 
applying for assistants should give the following particulars of their 
requirements : — (1) whether temporary or permanent engagement ; 
(2) junior or senior assistants ; (3) particulars of duties and style of work ; 
(4) salary offered. 

REGISTER OF ARCHITECTS WILLING TO TAKE RECOGNISED 
SCHOOLS STUDENTS IN THEIR OFFICES. 

On the recommendation of the Board of Architectural Education, the 
Countil have dedded to establish at the office of the R.I.B.A. two registers : 

(1) A register of advanced students of recognised schools. 

(2) A register of the names of architects willing to take such students. 
The intention is in this way to assist advanced students up to the stage 

of the completion of their qualifications for exemption from the Final 
Examination ; one of the qualifications for exemption from the Final 
Examination being twelve months’ experience in an office during the fourth 
and fifth years of the school course. 

The Coundl hope that general use will be made of the registers, and that 
as many architects as possible will place their names upon the register. 



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SOCIETIES ALLIED TO THE ROYAL INSTITUTE. 


Year of 
Alliance. 


Great Britain and Ireland. 


! Federated 
f Societies. 


1921 Berks, Bucks and Oxon Architectural Association (Reading). 

Branches : Berks Society of Architects (Reading). 

Oxford Society of Architects. 

Bucks Society of Architects (Slough). 

1890 Birmingham Architectural Association. 

1891 Devon and Cornwall Architectural Society (Exeter). 

Exeter Branch. 

Plymouth Branch. 

1929 East Anclian Society of Architects (Norwich). 

1921 Norfolk and Norwich Association of Architects! 

(Norwich). 

1929 Suffolk Association of Architects (Ipswich). 

1928 Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire Society of Architects. 

Colchester and District Chapter. 

Chelmsford and District Chapter. 

Southend-on-Sea and District Chapter. 

West Essex Chapter (Romford). 

Cambridge and District Chapter. 

Hertfordshire Chapter (St. Albans and Watford). 

1912 Hampshire and Isle of Wight Architectural Association (Southampton). 
1889 Ireland, Royal Institute of the Architects of (Dublin). 

1889 Leicester and Leicestershire Society of Architects (Leicester). 

1889 Liverpool Architectural Society. 

Branch : North Wales Architectural Society (Llandudno). 

1889 Manchester Society of Architects. 

Blackpool and Fylde Architectural Society. I 
Burnley District Society of Architects. .Affiliated 

Oldham Society of Architects. | 5 ocieties. 

1912 Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire Association of 
Architects (Northampton). 

Branches : Northamptonshire. 

Bedfordshire. 

Huntingdonshire. 

1889 Northern Architectural Association (Newcastle-on-Tyne). 

Central District (Newcastle-on-T yne). 

Tees-side Branch (Middlesbrough). 

Cumberland Branch (Carlisle). 

1889 Nottingham and Derby Architectural Society (Nottingham) 

1921 Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (Edinburgh) 

1898 Aberdeen Chapter : Aberdeen Society of Architects. S 
1891 Dundee Chapter : Dundee Institute of Architects. 

1902 Edinburgh Chapter : Edinburgh Architectural Association 
1889 Glasgow Chapter : Glasgow Institute of Architects 
1921 Inverness Chapter : Inverness Architectural Association 

‘ 8 * 9 D,s ™" So ™ » ™» 

1928 South-Eastern Society of Architects. 

Brighton District. 

Canterbury District. 

Croydon District. 

Guildford District. 

Tunbridge Wells District. 

1893 South Wales Institute of Architects (Cardiff! 

Central Branch (Cardiff). 

Western Branch (Swansea). 

Eastern Branch (Newport). 

1923 Ulster Society of Architects (Belfast). 



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1923 Wessex Society of Architects (Bristol). 

1889 Bristol Society of Architects. 

1923 Gloucestershire Architectural Association. 

Wilts and Dorset Society of Architects. 

1891 West Yorkshire Society of Architects (Leeds). 

1893 York and East Yorkshire Architectural Society (York). 


I Federated 
j Societies. 


Africa. 

1928 Institute of South African Architects. 

1907 Cape Provincial Institute (Cape Town). ) 

1909 Natal Provincial Institute (Durban). 1 Provincial 

Orange Free State Provincial Institute. f Institutes. 

1923 Transvaal Provincial Institute (Johannesburg). ) 

1915 East Africa Institute of Architects (Nairobi). 

1926 Rhodesian Institute of Architects (Salisbury). 

Australasia. 

1922 The Australian Institute of Architects (Sydney). 

1892 New South Wales, Institute of Architects of (Sydney). 

1913 Queensland Institute of Architects (Brisbane). 

1912 South Australian Institute of Architects (Adelaide). 

1910 Victorian (Royal) Institute of Architects (Melbourne). 

1910 Western Australia, Royal Institute of the Architects of 

(Perth). 

1925 Tasmanian Institute of Architects (Hobart). 

1912 New Zealand Institute of Architects (Wellington). 

Auckland District Branch. 

South Auckland District Branch. 

Hawkes Bay-Gisbame District Branch. 

Taranaki-Wanganui District Branch. 

Wellington District Branch. 

Canterbury District Branch. 

Otago District Branch . 

Southland District Branch. 


' Federated 
( Institutes. 


Burma. 


1923 Burma Society of Architects (Rangoon). 

Canada. 


1909 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (Montreal). 

Alberta Association of Architects (Edmonton). 1 

Architectural Institute of British Columbia (Vancouver). 
Manitoba Association of Architects (Winnipeg). 

Maritime Association of Architects (Moncton, N.B.). - 

Ontario Association of Architects (Toronto). 

Province of Quebec Association of Architects (Montreal). 
Saskatchewan Association of Architects (Regina). 


Federated 

Societies. 


India. 

1925 Indian Institute of Architects (Bombay). 

Singapore. 

1923 Singapore Society of Architects, 



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PAST PRESIDENTS R.I.B.A.* 


*835-59 earl de grey. 

i860 CHAS. ROBT. COCKERELL, R.A. 
1861-63 SIR WILUAM TITE. 

1863-65 THOMAS L. DONALDSON. 

1865-67 A. J. B. BERESFORD HOPE. 
1867-70 SIR WILUAM TITE. 

1870-73 THOMAS HENRY WYATT. 
1873-76 SIR G. GILBERT SCOTT, R.A. 
1876-79 CHARLES BARRY. 

1879-81 JOHN WHICHCORD. 

1881 GEORGE EDMUND STREET, R.A. 
1882-84 SIR HORACE JONES. 

1884-86 EWAN CHRISTIAN. 

1886-87 EDWARD I' ANSON. 

1888-91 ALFRED WATERHOUSE, R.A. 
1891-94 J. M ACT ICAR ANDERSON. 


1894-96 FRANCIS C. PENROSE. 

1896-99 GEORGE AITCHISON, R.A. 
1899-1902 SIR WILLIAM EMERSON . 
1902-04 SIR ASTON WEBB, P.P.R.A. 
1904-06 JOHN BELCHER, R.A. 

1906-08 THOS. EDW. COLLCUTT. 

1908-10 SIR ERNEST GEORGE, RA. 
1910-12 LEONARD STOKES. 

1912-14 SIR REGINALD BLOMFIELD, R.A. 
1914-17 ERNEST NEWTON, R.A. 

1917-19 HENRY THOMAS HARE. 

1919-21 SIR JOHN WILLIAM SIMPSON. 
1921-23 PAUL WATERHOUSE. 

1923-25 J. ALFRED GOTCH. 

1925-27 E. GUY DAWBER, A R A 
1927-29 WALTER TAPPER, A R A 


ROYAL GOLD MEDALLISTS.* 


The Royal Gold Medal for the promotion of Architecture, instituted bv 
Queen Victoria in 1848, and continued by King Edward VII and bv his 
present Majesty King George V, is annually conferred on some distinguished 
Architect, or man of Science or Letters, who has designed or executed 
a building of high merit, or produced a work tending to promote or facilitate 
the knowledge of Architecture or the various branches of science connected 
therewith. The following is a complete roll of the recipients : 


1848 CHAS. ROBT. COCKERELL, R.A. 

1849 LUIGI CANINA, Italy. 

1850 SIR CHARLES BARRY, R.A. 

1851 THOMAS L. DONALDSON. 

1852 LEO VON KLENZE, Austria. 

1853 SIR ROBERT SMIRKE, R.A. 

1854 PHIUP HARDWICK, R.A. 

1855 /■ /■ HITTORFF, France. 

1856 SIR WILLIAM TITE. 

1857 OWEN JONES. 

1858 AUGUST STULER, German v. 

1859 SIR G. GILBERT SCOTT, R.A. 

4860 SYDNEY SMIRKE, R.A. 

1861 J. B. LESUEUR, France. 

1862 REV. ROBERT WILLIS. 

1863 ANTHONY S ALVIN. 

ra«4 E. VIOLLET-LE-DUC, France. 

1865 SIR JAMES PENXETHORSE. 

1866 SIR M. DIGBY WYATT. 
r867 CHARLES TEXIER, France. 

1868 SIR HENRY I-A YARD. 

1869 C. R. LEPSIUS, Germany. 

1870 BENJAMIN FERREY. 

1871 JAMES FERGUSSON. 

187a Baron VON SCHMIDT, Austria. 

1873 THOMAS HENRY WYATT. 

1874 GEO. EDMUND STREET, RA. 

1875 EDMUND SHARPE. 

1876 JOSEPH LOUIS DUC, France. 

1877 CHARLES BARRY. 

1878 ALFRED WATERHOUSE, R.A. 

1879 MARQUIS DE VOGUt, France. 

1880 JOHN L. PEARSON, R.A. 

1881 GEORGE GODWIN. 

1882 Baron VON FERSTEL, Austria. 

1883 FRAS. CRANMER PENROSE. 

1884 WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD. 

1885 H. SCHUEMANN, Germany. 

1886 CHARLES GARNIER, France. 

1887 EWAN CHRISTIAN. 

1588 BARON VON HANSEN, Austria. 

1589 SIR CHARLES T. NEWTON. 

1890 JOHN GIBSON. 

1891 SIR ARTHUR BLOMFIELD, A.R A 


— j t France 

*893 RICH. MORRIS HUNT USA 

1894 LORD LEIGHTON R 4 ' A '^' 

1895 JAMES BROOKS. 

1896 SIR ERNEST GEORGE RA 

1897 Dr. P. J. J1 . CUYPERS Hnilamt 

1898 GEORGE AITCHISON R A ' 

1899 GEORGE FREDK. BODLEY R A 

1900 Pro/r^ RODOLFO AMADEO ] LANCIA1 

1901 ^VicZZf*- ° a ' i ’" ! lhe *** of Qu. 

1902 THOS. EDWARD COLLCUTT 

1903 CHAS. F. McKIM USA 

1904 AUGUSTE CHOISY, FrS.ce 

1905 SIR ASTON WEBB PPR 4 

1906 SIR L. ALMA-TADEMA p i 

1907 JOHN BELCHER RA 1 

1910 SIR THOMAS GRAHf 3 ^j S AC D K^X, F B l 

1911 WILHELM DORPFFrn r 

I 9 t 2 BASIL CHAMPNEYS ’ Germaa Y 
*913 SIR REGINALD BLOMFTFrr, r, , 

sstsswvSP--*- 

1917 HENRLPACL *™ e *son. 

1919 Leonard stokes ' 

1920 C «™ u LOUIS ee GIRAU LT , Membra 
1922 Thomas' HA snvG| E ^ R s lotyens, R -‘ 

38 R A. 

38 EDWARD*!^ ^ :ASWede ”' 


* The names of those deceased are^n^^T 





SESSIONAL ALMANAC 1929-1930 


& 


1 

2 

Fri 

Sat 

NOVEMBER 1929 

3 

Sun 


4 

Mon 

(i) GENERAL MEETING, 8.30 p.m. — President’s Opening Address ; 
Announcement of the Council’s nomination for the Royal Gold 
Medal. Council Meeting. Board of Architectural Education. 
Allied Societies Conference (2 p.m.). Last day for receiving 
applications for Final and Special Examinations. 

5 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

6 

Wed 

Art Standing Committee . Board of Architectural Education Examina- 
tions Committee. 

7 

Th 

Board of Architectural Education Schools Committee and Prize 
and Scholarships Committee. 

8 

Fri 

Intermediate Examination (8th, 9th, nth, 12th and 14th November). 

9 

Sat 

Journal (No. i, Vol. XXXVII). Publication of names of Candidates 
for Membership (Election 2nd December). Last day for 

receiving applications for Election, 3rd February, 1930. 

IO 

Sun 


II 

Mon 


12 

Tues 


13 

Wed 


14 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. 

1 is 

Fri 


! 16 

1 

Sat 


17 

Sun 


iS 

Mon 

(2) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m. — Paper : “ The Design of 
Science Buildings,” by Alan E. Munby, MA.Cantab. [A.] . 
Executive Committee. Licentiates’ Examination to qualify for 
nomination for Fellowship (i8th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd 



November). Exhibition of the work of the late Mr. Bertram 
Goodhue (18th to 30th November). 

19 

Tues 


20 

Wed 


21 

Th 


22 

Fri 

Finance and House Committee. 

23 

Sat 

Journal (No. 2). 

l 

24 

Sun 


25 

Mon 


26 

Tues 


27 

Wed 


28 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. 


! ' 

1 *. 


Fri 

Sat 


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DECEMBER 1929 


Sun 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 


Th 

Fri 

Sat 


( 3 ) 


BUSINESS MEETING, 
Council Meeting. 


8 p.m. — Election of Members? 


Practice Standing Committee. 

Art Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education Examina- 
tions Committee. Final Examination (4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 
10th, nth and 12th December). Special Examination (4th, 5th’ 
6th, 7th, 9th and 10th December). 


Board of Architectural Education 
and Scholarships Committee. 


Schools Committee and Prizes 


Journal (No. 3). Publication of names of applicants for Election, * 
3rd February, 1930. 


8 Sun 

9 Mon 
10 Tues 
n Wed 

12 Th Science Standing Committee. 

13 Fri 

14 Sat 


IS 

Sun 



16 

Mon 

(4) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m.-Debate on 
Bye-Laws destructive of Rural Beautv?” to 

“Are Building 
be opened by 



M. H. Bailiie Scott [FJ Executive Committee. 

17 

Tues 



18 

Wed 



19 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. 


20 

Fri 

Finance and House Committee. 


21 

Sat 

Journal (No. 4). 



22 

Sun 



23 

Mon 



24 

Tues 

Office and Library closed, i p.m. 

25 

Wed 


! 

26 

27 

Th 

Fri 


j ClraiiTMAS Holiday. Office and Library closed 

1 

28 

Sat 




29 Sun 

30 Mon 

31 Tues 


V 



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3i 




JANUARY 1930 

I 

Wed 

Members’ Annual Subscriptions, Students’ Fees, and Subscribers’ 
Contributions due. Art Standing Committee. Board of Architec- 
tural Education Examinations Committee. 

3 

Th 

Board of Architectural Education Schools Committee and Prizes and 
Scholarships Committee. 

3 

Fri 


4 

Sat 


5 

Sun 


6 

Mon 

(5) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m. — Paper : “ Regional Planning 
with special reference to Greater London,” by Dr. Raymond 
Unwin [F.]. Announcement of Council’s award of Prizes and 
Studentships, 1930. Exhibition of Drawings submitted for Prizes 
and Studentships, 6th to 20th January. Council Meeting. Allied 
Societies Conference (2 p.m.). Board of ArchitecturaFEducation 

. 7 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

. 8 

Wed 


| 9 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. 

IO 

Fri 


t 1 

i/% 

i 

Sat 

Journal (No. 5). Publication of names of Candidates for Membership. 
(Election 3rd February.) Last day for receiving applications for 
Election, 7th April. 

jh 

Sun 


*3 

Mon 


*14 

Tues 


is 

Wed 


¥ 

b 

Th 

Fri 


J 8 

Sat 

Last day for receiving nominations from Members for the Royal Gold 
Medal, 1930. 


(6) GENERAL MEETING, 8.30 p.m. — President’s Address to 
Students and Presentation of Medals and Prizes. Criticism on 
works submitted for Prizes and Studentships, by Louis de 
Soissons, O.B.E. [F.]. Executive Committee. 


Literature Standing Committee. 
Finance and House Committee. 
Journal (No. 6). 

Sun 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 







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I 

Sat 

FEBRUARY 1930 

v r 

2 

Sun 


3 

Mon 

(7) SPECIAL AND BUSINESS MEETING, 8 p.m— Election of 

Royal Gold Medallist. Election of Members. Council Meeting. 1 

4 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

S 

Wed 

Art Standing Committee. , 

6 

Th 


7 

Fri 

Journal (No. 7). Publication of names of applicants for Election, ^J| 
7th April. 

8 

Sat 


9 

Sun 


10 

Mon 

# 

11 

Tues 


12 

Wed 

Board of Architectural Education Examinations Committee. 

13 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education 
Schools Committee and Prizes and Scholarships Committee. 

14 

Fri 


IS 

Sat 


16 

Sun 


17 

Mon 

(8) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m. — Paper : “ The Thames Valley 
Preservation Scheme,” by Professor Patrick Abercrombie, 
M.A. Liverpool [F.l. Executive Committee. 

18 

Tues 


19 

Wed 

* ' 

f 

20 

Th 


21 

Fri 

Finance and House Committee. 

22 

Sat 

Journal (No. 8). 

23 

Sun 


24 

Mon 


25 

Tues 


26 

Wed 


27 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. ^ 

28 

Fri 

U! ^S,,ct re r St5 s 4™ n * ,i “ f “ «* «JM London 


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33 


i Sat 


MARCH 1930 


2 

Sun 


3 

Mon 

(9) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m.— Paper : “ The Design of 
Modern Railway Stations in Europe and America,” by Frank 
Pick. Council Meeting. Allied Societies Conference (2 p.m.). 
Board of Architectural Education. Last day for receiving applica- 
tions for Town Planning Examination. 

4 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

5 

Wed 

Art Standing Committee. 

6 

Th 


7 

Fri 


8 

Sat 

Journal (No. 9). Publication of names of Candidates for Membership 
(Election 7th April). Last day for receiving applications for 
Election 16th June. 

9 

Sun 


10 

Mon 


1 1 

Tues 


12 

Wed 

Board of Architectural Education Examinations Committee. 

13 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education 
Schools Committee and Prizes and Scholarships Committee. 

14 

Fri 

Last day for receiving applications for Licentiates’ Examination to qualify 
for Fellowship. 

15 

Sat 


16 

Sun 


17 

Mon 

(10) GENERAL MEETING, 8.30 p.m.— Presentation of the Royal 
Gold Medal. Executive Committee. 

18 

Tues 


19 

Wed 


20 

Th 


21 

Fri 

Finance and House Committee. 

22 

Sat 

Journal (No. 10). 

23 

Sun 


24 

Mon 


■S 

Tubs 


:6 

Wed 


7 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. 

18 

Fri 


29 

Sat 



30 Sun 

31 Mon 

c 



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APRIL 1930 

N.B. — Under Eye-law 21 the names cf Members whose Subscriptions 
are unpaid by the first Monday in April are posted in the 
Meeting Room . 

1 Tees Practice Standing Committee. 

2 Wed Art Standing Committee. 

3 Th 

4 Fri 

5 Sat 


6 Sun 

7 Mon (tr) GENERAL AND BUSINESS MEETING, 8 p.m.— Paper : 

“ Antonio da San Gallo the Younger,” by J. Hubert Worthington, 
O.B.E., M.A. [. 4 .]. Election of Members. Council Meeting. 
Licentiates’ Examination to qualify for nomination for Fellowship 
(“th, 8th, 9th, ioth, nth April). 

8 Tees 

g Wed Board of Architectural Education Examinations Committee. 

to Th Science Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education 

Schools Committee and Prizes and Scholarships Committee. 

it Fri 

12 Sat Journal (No. ii). Publication of names of applicants for Election, 
1 6th June. 


13 Sun- 

14 Mon- 

15 Tees 

16 Wed 

17 Th 

18 Fri 

19 Sat 


20 Sun 

2 1 Mon- 

22 Tees 

23 Wed 

24 Th 

25 Fri 

26 Sat 


27 Sun- 

28 Mon- 

29 T UES 

30 Wed 


Last day for receiving applications for the Statutory Examinations. 
Office and Library closed at 1 p.m. 

Good Friday 
Office and Library closed. 


Easter Day 

Bank Holiday- 

Office and Library closed. 


Literature Standing Committee. Exhibition of Architects 
1800-1850, 24th April to 24th May inclusive. 

Finance and House Committee. 

Journal (No. 12). Publication of Annual Report. 


’ Drawings of 


( ' ^ o? F ffio F o U ffi : o"' E bv' I: p G r ^ p m -r P £ per : “ Architects’ Drawing! 

Lcudve dmmitiee. e?SOr A E ’ RlC “ on - F ' S -A. [F? 
Last day for receiving applications for the Intermediate Examination. 


Sessional Almanac 35 


I 

z 

3 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

MAY 1930 

4 

Sun 


5 

Mon 


6 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

7 

Wed 

Art Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education Examina- 
tions Committee. Statutory Examinations for the offices of 
District Surveyor and Building Surveyor ("th, 8th and 9th May). 

8 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. Board of Architectural Education 
Schools Committee and Prizes and Scholarships Committee. 

9 

Fri 


IO 

Sat 

Journal (No. 13). 

II 

Sun 


12 

Mon 

(13) NINETY-SIXTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m. 
— Discussion of Annual Report. Presentation of List of 
Attendances at Council and Standing Committee Meetings. 
Council Meeting. Allied Societies Conference (2 p.m.). 

13 

Tues 


14 

Wed 


IS 

Th 


l6 

Fri 


17 

Sat 

Issue of Voting Papers for Election of Council and Standing Com- 
mittees. 

18 

Sun 


19 

Mon 


20 

Tues 


21 

Wed 


22 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. 

23 

Fri 

Finance and House Committee. 

24 

Sat 

Journal (No. 14). Publication of names of Candidates for Member- 


ship (Election 16th June). 

25 

Sun 


26 

Mon 

(14) GENERAL MEETING, 8 p.m. — Paper : “ Recent Excavations 
at Ur,” by C. Leonard Woolley, M.A. [Hon. A.]. Executive 
Committee. 

27 

Tues 


28 

Wed 


29 

Th 


30 

Fri 

Intermediate Examination (30th, 31st May, 2nd, 3rd, 5th June). 

3 1 

Sat 







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JUNE 1930 


I 

Sun 


2 

Mon 

Last day for receiving applications for Final and Special Examinations. 

3 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. 

4 

Wed 

Art Standing Committee. 

5 

Th 


6 

Fri 


7 

Sat 

Journal (No. 15). Office and Library closed. Last day for receiving 
Voting Papers for Election of Council and Standing Committees. 


8 

Sun 

Whit Sunday. 

9 

Mon 

Bank Holiday. 

10 

Tues 

Office and Library closed. 

11 

Wed 


12 

Th 

Science Standing Committee 

13 

Fri 


14 

Sat 



15 

Sun 


16 

Mon 

(15) BUSINESS MEETING, 8 p.m. — Announcement of results of 
Annual Elections of Council and Standing Committees. Election 
of Members. Council Meeting. Board of Architectural Education. 

17 

Tues 


18 

Wed 

British Architects’ Conference, Norwich, 1 8th to 21st June. 

19 

Th 

20 

Fri 


21 

Sat 

Journal (No. 16). 


22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 


Sun* 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 


Tc '™ 

Finance and House Committee. 


29 Sun 

30 Mon Executive Committee. 


Sessional Almanac 


37 



Sun 

Mon Council Meeting. 


8 Tues 
, g Wed 


Wed Final Examination (9th, ioth, nth, 12th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th 
July). Special Examination (9th, ioth, nth, 12th, 14th, 15th 

July). 

Th 

Fri 

Sat Journal (No. 17). 




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AUGUST 1930 

I 

Fri 

The Reference Library is closed during the whole of August, but 
loan books may be received or issued between the hours of 12 
and 2 daily (Saturdays 1 p.m.). 

2 

Sat 

Office and Library closed. 

3 

Sun 


4 

Mon 

Bank Holiday 

5 

Tues 


6 

Wed 


7 

Th 


8 

Fri 


9 

Sat 

Journal (No. 18). 


IO 

Sun 

II 

Mon 

12 

Tues 

13 

Wed 

14 

Th 

15 

Fri 

l6 

Sat 


17 

Sun 

18 

Mon 

19 

Tues 

20 

Wed 

21 

Th 

22 

Fri 

23 

Sat 


24 

Sun 

25 

Mon- 

26 

Tits 

27 

Wed 

28 

Th 

29 

Fri 

30 

Sat 




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39 


r 


SEPTEMBER 1930 

1 

Mon 


2 

Tubs 


3 

Wed 


; 4 

Th 


5 

Fri 


6 

1 

Sat 

Last day for receiving changes of address, etc., for Kalendar 1930-31 . 


7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

f. 13 

i ■ 

i ; 14 Sun 

j is Mon 

} I 16 Ti es 

1 i 17 Wed 

1 18 Th 

« "S , 

, . i 19 Fri 

20 Sat Journal (No. 19). 


Sun 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 



Last day for receiving applications for the Statutory Examinations. 


Last day for receiving applications for Election to take place 1st 
December. 


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OCTOBER 1930 


1 

2 

3 

4 

Wed 

Th 

Fri 

Sat 

Art Standing Committee. 

5 

Sun 


6 

Mon 


7 

Tues 

Practice Standing Committee. Last day for receiving applications for 
the Intermediate Examination. 

8 

Wed 


9 

Th 

Science Standing Committee. 

10 

Fri 


11 

Sat 


12 

Sun 


13 

Mon 


14 

Tues 


*5 

Wed 

Statutory Examinations for the offices of District Surveyor and Building 
Surveyor (15th, 16th and 17th October). 

16 

Th 


17 

Fri 

Last day for receiving applications for Licentiates’ Examination to 
Qualify for Fellowship. 

18 

Sat 

Journal (No. 20). 

19 

Sun 


20 

Mon 


21 

Tues 


22 

Wed 


23 

Th 

Literature Standing Committee. 

24 

Fri 


25 

Sat 



26 Sun 

27 Mon 

28 Tues 
Wed 
Th 
Fr( 


29 

3° 

3i 


f 


HE ROYAL INSTITUTE of BRITISH ARCHITECTS 

CONSTITUTION. 

PATRON : 

HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE KING 


n 



Preamble to the Charter of 1837 

William tbe fourth b£ tbe ©race of ©obSgSJsISl 

of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Institute. 
Defender of the Faith XTO all to WbOUX THESE PRE- 
SENTS SHALL COME GREETING UQbereas our 
right trusty and right well beloved Cousin and Councillor 
THOMAS PHILIP EARL DE GREY hath by his petition 
humbly represented unto us That he and divers other of 
our loving subjects have associated together for the purpose 
of forming an Institution for the general advancement 
of Civil Architecture and for promoting and facilitating 
the acquirement of the knowledge of the various Arts 
and Sciences connected therewith. It being an Art esteemed 
and encouraged in all enlightened nations as tending 
greatly to promote the domestic convenience of Citizens 
and the Public improvement and embellishment of Towns 
and Cities and have subscribed and paid considerable 
sums of money for those purposes and have formed a 
collection of Books and Works. of Art and have established 
a Correspondence with Learned and Scientific Men in 
Foreign Countries for the purpose of Inquiry and Informa- 
tion upon the subject of the said Art. And that they have 
been advised that the object of their undertaking would. 



42 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


I. The Insti- 
tute incorpo- 
rated. 


Name of the 
Corporation. 

May use a 
common seal. 


May sue and 
be sued. 


•May pur- 
chase land, 
etc., to a 
limitedextent. 


II. Land may 
be given to 
Jthe Institute. 


be more effectually attained were the same to receive 
our Royal Sanction and Confirmation and they have 
besought us to grant to them and to those who shall here- 
after become Members of the same Society our Royal 
Charter of Incorporation for the purposes aforesaid IROW 
fmOW PC That we being desirous of encouraging a design 
so laudable and salutary of our especial grace certain know- 
ledge and mere motion HAVE 'willed granted and declared 
and DO by these presents for us our heirs and successors 
will grant and declare That the said Thomas Philip Earl de 
Grey and such others of our loving subjects as have formed 
themselves into and are now Members of the said Society 
or who shall at any time hereafter become Members thereof 
according to such Regulations or Bye Laws as shall be here- 
after framed or enacted shall by virtue of these presents 
be the Members of and form one Body Politic and Corporate 
for the purposes aforesaid bv the name of “ THE 
INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS ” by 
which name they shall have perpetual succession and a 
Common Seal with full power and authority to alter vary 
break and renew the same at their discretion and by the 
same name to sue and be sued implead and be impleaded 
answer and be answered unto in every Court of us our 
heirs and successors and be for ever able and capable in 
the Law to purchase receive possess and enjoy to them and 
their successors any Goods and Chattels whatsoever and 
also be able and capable in the Law (notwithstanding the 
Statutes of Mortmain) to take purchase possess hold and 
enjoy to them and their successors a Hall and any messuages 
lands tenements or hereditaments whatsoever the yearly 
value of which including the site of the said Hall shall 
not exceed in the whole the sum of Two thousand pounds 
computing the same respectively at the Rack Rent which 
might have been had or gotten for the same respectively 
at the time of the purchase or acquisition thereof and 
to act m all the concerns of the said Body Politic and 
Corporate for the purposes aforesaid as fully and effectually 
to all intents effects constructions and purposes whatso- 
ever as any other of our liege subjects or any other Body 
Politic or Corporate in cur United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland not being under any disability might 
do in their respective concerns Hitt We £>0 hereby grant 
our especial license and authority unto all and every person 
and persons Bodies Politic and Corporate (otherwise com- 

a^er 1S x^r r h3S h"" eXten ‘ Sil;r Ci^^ 



The Charter of 1887 


43 


petent) to grant sell alien and convey in Mortmain unto 
and to the use of the said Society and their successors any 
messuages lands tenements or hereditaments not exceeding 
such annual value as aforesaid 3 n TKUltUCSS whereof We 
• have caused these our Letters to be made Patent “HHttnCSS 
) Ourself at our Palace at Westminster the eleventh day of 
January in the seventh year of our Reign 

Bg t'fllrtt of iprtrp Seal Ebmunbs. 

THE CHARTER OF 1887* 

Dictoria, bp tbe ©race of (Bob of the United Recital of u.o 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of charter 
the Faith. XTO all to Wbom THESE PRESENTS 

^SHALL COME GREETING. Mbereas Thomas 
JPhilip Earl de Grey did by a Petition to His Majesty King 
ftVilliam the Fourth humbly represent among other things 
■hat he and divers others had associated together for the 
■purpose of forming an Institution for the general advance- 
finent of Civil Architecture and for promoting and facilitating 
Hhe acquirement of the knowledge of the various arts and 
flciences connected therewith it being an art esteemed and 
■ncouraged in all enlightened nations as tending greatly 
jp promote the domestic convenience of citizens and the 
lublic improvement and embellishment of towns and 
ities. Hltb Wbereas His said Majesty being desirous 
1 f encouraging a design so laudable and salutary did by a 
Loyal Charter of Incorporation (hereinafter called the 
)riginal Charter) dated the eleventh day of January One 
jjiousand eight hundred and thirty seven and given by 
JjWrit of Privy Seal grant and declare that the said Thomas 
Ifhilip Earl de Grey and such other persons who were 
then members of the Society therein mentioned or who 
! lould at any time afterwards become members thereof 

t ould form one Body Politic and Corporate for the 
irposes recited in the said Charter by the name of The 
stitute of British Architects with perpetual succession 
d a common seal with full power and authority to alter 
ary break and renew the same at its discretion and by the 
une name to sue and be sued implead and be impleaded 
nswer and be answered unto in every Royal Court and 
e for ever able and capable in the law to purchase receive 
tossess and enjoy to it and its successors any goods and 
:hattels whatsoever and also be able and capable in the law 

f : : : — 

I * This Charter has been modified or extended in some of its provisions 
py the Supplemental Charter 1909, and by the Supplemental Charter 
fcf 1925 (infra). 


The Queen 
Patron. 


Royal Gold 
Medal. 


Title of Royj 

Petition for 
amendment 
of Charter. 


44 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 

(notwithstanding the Statutes of Mortmain) to take purchase 
possess hold and enjoy to it and its successors a Hall and . 
any messuages lands tenements or hereditaments what- 
soever the yearly value of which including the site of the 
said Hall should not exceed in the whole the sum of *Two 
thousand pounds computing the same respectively at the 
rack rent which might have been had or gotten for the 
same respectively at the time of the purchase or acquisi- 
tion thereof and to act in all the concerns of the said Body 
Politic and Corporate for the purposes aforesaid as fully 
and effectually to all intents effects constructions and pur- 
poses whatsoever as any other of the liege Subjects of the 
Crown or any other Body Politic or Corporate in the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland not being 
under any disability might do in their respective concerns. 
Hn5 Whereas His said Majesty did thereby grant 
especial license and authority unto all and every person and 
persons Bodies Politic and Corporate (otherwise competent) 
to grant sell alien and convey in Mortmain unto and to 
the use of the said Society and its successors any messuages 
lands tenements or hereditaments not exceeding such 
annual value as aforesaid. Bnb wbcreas the Original 
Charter contained further provisions for the constitution 
and management of the said Institute and its affairs. 
s Bltb wbereas on the eighth day of August One thousand 
eight hundred and thirty seven in the first year of Our 
Reign We graciously consented to become the Patron of 
the said Institute and did afterwards grant and do annually 
grant and confer at the recommendation of the said Institute 
a Royal Gold Medal for the promotion of Architecture 
Bnt> Wbcreas on the eighteenth day of May One 
thousand eight hundred and sixty six We were graciously' 
pleased to command that the said Institute should thence- 
1. forth be staled The Royal Institute of British Architects 
(hereinafter called the Royal Institute). Bttb Wbcreas 
a humble Petition has been presented to Us on behalf of 
the said Royal Institute setting forth among other things 
that it is expedient to amend the provisions of the Original 
Charter to the effect and in the manner hereinafter expressed 
and f th . at „ S !J ch D furtde T r P. owers and privileges should be 

? are hereinafter contained. 

d ER ? F 0R 5 ^ e havin & taken the said Petition 
into Our Ro\al consideration and being desirous of further-- 

ing the gracious intent of Q ur R oya l Predecessors and of 
I9 ’ 5 Th,s has been extended 



The Charter of 1887 


45 


promoting the advancement of the interests of the Royal 
Institute have willed granted and declared and We by 
Our Prerogative Royal and of Our especial grace certain 
knowledge and mere motion by these Presents for Us and 
Our Royal Successors do will grant declare and ordain as 
follows (that is to say) : — 

I. ^Transition. 

1. The Royal Institute and the property thereof shall Re P ealof 

be administered in conformity in all respects with the visions of the 
Original Charter and the Bye-laws in force at the date of Charter and 
this Our Charter until the Bye-laws to be prepared as ° f the Bye- 
ordained by this Our Charter shall have been adopted by a " s ' 
the Royal Institute as hereinafter provided. When and 
as soon as the said Bye-laws have been adopted as aforesaid 
the provisions of the Original Charter which are described 
in the Schedule to this Our Charter and the Bye-laws 
in force at the date of this Our Charter shall be repealed 
and the Royal Institute and the property thereof shall be 
thenceforth administered in conformity in all respects with 
this Our Charter and the Bye-laws made or to be made 
thereunder. 

II. Classes AND QUALIFICATIONS OF 
MEMBERS, &c. 

2. THE Royal Institute shall consist of three classes classes of 
of subscribing Members namely Fellows Associates* and members - 
Honorary Associates and two classes of non-subscribing 
Members namely Honorary Fellows and Honorary Corre- 
sponding Members and such other classes either subscribing 

I or non-subscribing as may be hereafter established by the 
; Royal Institute. 

I 43. FELLOWS shall be Architects who have attained FeUows 
- the age of thirty years and who have been engaged as princi- 
pals for at least seven successive years in the practice 
of Architecture. After the expiration of five years from 
the date of this Our Charter the Royal Institute shall have 
power to declare that every person desiring to be admitted 
a Fellow shall be required to have passed such Examination 
' or Examinations as may be directed by the Royal Institute. 

5 But in special cases the Council shall have power to dispense 
; with such Examination or Examinations. 


* A temporary class of “ Licentiates ” has been added by the Supple- 
mental Charter 1909, Clause t, with extended privileges under the 
Supplemental Charter 1925. 

f This Clause has been superseded by Clause 4 of the Supplemental 
Charter 1925. 



46 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


Associates. 


Honorary 

Associates. 


Honorary 

Fellows. 


Honorary 

Corresponding 

Members. 


Decision as to 
admission as 
candidates. 


Certificates of 
Membership. 


Affixes used 
by Fellows 
and Associates 


4. ASSOCIATES shall be persons engaged in the study 
or practice of Architecture who have attained the age of 
twenty-one years. From the date of this Our Charter 
every person desiring to be admitted an Associate shall be 
required to pass or have passed such Examination or 
Examinations as may be directed by the Royal Institute.* 

•j-5. HONORARY ASSOCIATES shall be persons not 
professionally engaged in practice as Architects who by 
reason of their position or of their eminence in art science or 
literature or their experience in matters relating to Archi- 
tecture may appear to the Council to be able to render 
assistance in promoting the objects of the Royal Institute. 

6. HONORARY FELLOWS shall be Members of the 
Royal Family persons who hold or have held high office in 
the Government of the United Kingdom or of India or of 
any Colony or Dependency of the United Kingdom and 
other illustrious or distinguished persons to be selected as 
the Royal Institute may from time to time determine. 

7. HONORARY CORRESPONDING MEMBERS 
shall be persons not being British Subjects and not residing 
within the United Kingdom nor practising as Architects 
in India or in any Colony or Dependency of the United 
Kingdom w r ho by reason of their eminence as Architects 
or as Archaeologists or for artistic scientific or literary 
acquirements may appear to the Council able to render 
assistance in promoting the objects of the Royal Institute. 

8. THE Council shall have power to decide conclusively 
respecting the admission as a Candidate for election of 
each person proposed as a Member of the Royal Institute. 

9. EVERY Fellow and every Associate and such other 
subscribing Members as the Royal Institute may hereafter 
determine shall be entitled to obtain a Certificate of Member- 
ship J subject to such conditions and on payment of such 
subscriptions or other sums as Bye-laws may from time to 
time prescribe and any such person ceasing to be a Member 
shall on demand deliver back to the Council his Certificate 
of Membership. 


10. A FELLOW may use after his name the initials 
F.R.I.B.A. and an Associate the initials A.R.I.B.A. 


* This provision is 
Charter 1909. 


now subject to Clause 4 of the Supplemental 


Chane^.Sr 6 ^ '*** SUperseded b >- Clause 5 of the Supplemental 

* S" de E the Supplemental Charter 1909, Clause 3, the Certificate of 
Membership is termed a Diploma. J vertincate ot 



The Charter of 1887 


47 


III. president, Htce=ipresibents, &c. 

11. THERE shall be a President and Vice-Presidents 

and one or more Honorary Secretaries of the Royal Institute. 0° President, 

12. IT be President shall be elected from the class of etc ' 

Fellows or from the class of Honorary Fellows. 

i 13. THE Vice-Presidents and the one or more Honorary 
Secretaries shall be elected from the class of Fellows. 

IV. Council. 

14. THERE shall always be a Council of the Royal Constitution 
Institute which Council shall consist of the President the 
Vice-Presidents the one or more Honorary Secretaries and 

of other Members to be elected at a General Meeting of the 
' Royal Institute in such manner and at such times as Bye- 
laws may from time to time prescribe. 

15. THE Council may regulate their own proceedings Proceedings of 
by Standing Order or otherwise as they may see fit and Cou,K 11 

any act or proceeding of the Council shall not be invalidated 

I by any vacancy in the Council provided always that the 
number of Members of Council be not reduced below 
one-half of the full number prescribed by the Bye-laws. 

16. THE Council shall subject to such limitations or Management, 
restrictions as Bye-laws may from time to time prescribe 
have the sole management of the income of the Royal 
a Institute and also the entire management and superin- 
Itendence of all the other affairs and concerns thereof and 
Ithe exclusive right of nominating such Officers and servants 
as they may deem necessary or useful to the Royal Institute 
and of removing them if they shall think fit and shall 
prescribe their respective duties salaries or remuneration. 

17. THE Council may subject to such limitations or Application of 
restrictions as Bye-laws may from time to time prescribe funds - 
apply the Funds of the Royal Institute in furthering pro- 
Jfessional education and in conducting all Examinations 
Jwhich the Royal Institute may hold under the authority of 
• jthis Our Charter or which the Royal Institute now is or 
may hereafter be empowered or required by Statute to 
g hold and such other Examination or Examinations as the 
V Royal Institute may from time to time think fit to establish 
and in extending and improving the Library Museum 
and Collections and for other purposes connected with 
| Architecture and in otherwise promoting the objects of 
the Royal Institute. 

18. THE Council may regulate and determine the fees Examination 
to be paid by Candidates in respect of all Examinations 



48 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


which the Royal Institute may hold under the authority 
of this Our Charter or which the Royal Institute now is 
or may hereafter be empowered or required by Statute 
to hold and such other Examination or Examinations as the 
Royal Institute may from time to time think fit to establish. 

Benevolent ° f I( E THE Council may apply any donations or endow- 

funds. ments which have been or may be given to the Royal 
Institute for any benevolent purposes connected with the 
profession of Architecture. 

v. Examinations.* 

fo'be'hdd ° nS 2 °‘ EXAMINATIONS by or under this Our Charter or 

which the Royal Institute now is or may hereafter be 
empowered or required by Statute to hold and such other 
Examination or Examinations as the Royal Institute may 
from time to time think fit to establish shall be held at 
such times and places within the United Kingdom or 
India or any Colony or Dependency of the United Kingdom 
and in such manner as the Council may from time to time 
determine. 

Diplomas, etc. 2i, THE Royal Institute shall have power to grant 
such Diplomas or Certificates in connection with Examina- 
tions or otherwise in such manner as Bye-laws may from 
time to time prescribe. 


VI. ifrropertp. 

proplrt> of the 22 - AS soon 28 the Eye-hws have been adopted as 
hereinbefore provided the whole property of the Royal 
Institute shall be conveyed by the persons in whom the 
same is now vested to the Royal Institute and the power 
and authority to sell alienate charge vary or otherwise to 
dispose of the same or any part thereof shall subject to the 
previous sanction of a Resolution of a General Meeting 
confirmed at a subsequent General Meeting held not less 
than seven and not more than twenty-eight days after 
the former Meeting thenceforth be exercisable Ep the 
Council who shall have the management and superintendence 
of the said property. 

Prizes , F Ex dS ’ 2 3; . ^TIE E°yal Institute may after complying with all 

MuSip* reqU1SlteS ? 0 , m , qme t0 , time required by law in that behalf 
Studentships, re f ceive and h f old an >- donations or endowments consisting 

of property of any description real personal or mixed for 
the general purposes of the Royal Institute and may also 

foundation tf° a 

and the whole of this Section V is now subjecftolhTt 



The Charter of 1887 


49 


receive donations or endowments for Prize Medals Exhibi- 
tions Studentships or Scholarships or for any special objects 
connected with the Royal Institute which shall not be 
inconsistent with the provisions of the Original Charter 
as amended by this Our Charter. 

24. THE Royal Institute may after complying with all Benevolent 
requisites from time to time required by law in that behalf Funds ' 
receive and hold any donations or endowments consisting 

of property of any description real personal or mixed which 
have been or may be given for any benevolent purposes 
connected with Architecture. 

25. NO person who shall hereafter become a non-sub- Bar to claira 
scribing Member shall in any case or at any time nor shall ° n propert> • 
any person who shall hereafter become a subscribing 
Member and shall afterwards cease from any cause whatever 

to be a Member or any of their representatives have any 
interest in or claim against any property of the Royal 
Institute. 

VII. General /iDeetmes, 

26. GENERAL MEETINGS of the Royal Institute General 
including such as may be summoned by the Council on the ^ e ^ gs to 
requisition of Members or otherwise shall be held as Bye- 
laws may from time to time prescribe and at least one 
General Meeting shall be held in every year. 

27. AT General Meetings Fellows shall be entitled to be Rights of 
present and to take part in the discussions on any subject FeIlo ' vs ' 
brought before the Meetings and to vote at such Meetings. 

28. AT General Meetings Associates shall be entitled to Rights of 
be present and to take part in the discussions on any subject A>sociates - 
brought before the Meetings and to vote at such Meetings 
# provided always that no Associate shall be entitled to 

vote in respect of the making and adopting altering revising 
suspending or rescinding of any Bye-law. 

29. AT General Meetings Honorary Associates shall be ^ 1 c gFtsef 
entitled to be present and to take part in the discussions Associates, 
on any subject brought before the Meetings and subject to 

such limitations or restrictions as Bye-laws may from time 
to time prescribe to vote at such Meetings provided always 
that no Honorary Associate shall be entitled to vote in 
respect of the making and adopting altering revising 
suspending or rescinding of any Bye-law. 

30. AT General Meetings Honorary Fellows shall be Rights of 
entitled to be present and to take part in the discussions on Hon - Fellows ' 

♦This proviso has been repealed by the Supplemental Charter of 
1925 (infra). 




Rights of 
Hon. Corr. 
Members. 


Resolutions of 
the Royal 
Institute. 


Power to 
make Bye- 
laws. 


Matters to be 
prescribed by 
Byelaws. 


50 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


any subject brought before the Meetings but unless holding 
the office of President shall not be entitled to vote. 

31. AT General Meetings Honorary Corresponding 
Members shall be entitled to be present and to take part 
in the discussions on any subject brought before the Meetings 
but shall not be entitled to vote. 

32. AT General Meetings any Resolution adopted by 
such a majority as Bye-laws may from time to time prescribe 
of those Members having a right to vote and voting at such 
Meetings shall be deemed and is hereby declared to be a 
Resolution of the Royal Institute. In the case of an 
equality of numbers the person presiding shall have a 
second or casting vote. 


VIII. Bylaws AND INTERPRETATION. 

33. THE Royal Institute may from time to time by 
Resolution of a General Meeting confirmed at a subsequent 
General Meeting which shall be held not less than seven 
and not more than twenty-eight days after the former 
Meeting make and adopt such Bye-laws as may be deemed 
expedient and may in the same manner vary suspend and 
rescind anj Bye-laws and make and adopt others in their 
stead but so that the Bye-laws for the time being be not in 
any respect repugnant to the law of England or inconsistent 
with this Our Charter. Provided always that no such 
Bye-laws shall be of any force or validity whatever unless 
and until they have been approved by TEbe Lords of 
Our Most Honourable Privy Council. 

34. SUBJECT to the provisions of this Our Charter 
Bye-laws shall define iegulate and prescribe 

(«) The conditions of Membership and the mode of 
election and admission and the privileges obligations 
and benefits of the several classes of members of 
the Royal Institute and the payments to be made 
by members. 

(b) The cases and manner in which a member of the 

. be “ ot 

(c) The mode time and place of summoning and 

BusTnr g Sn? e 7 a I 

Business Special Annual or otherwise and the 
quorum for and the mode of voting at such 
meetings whether in person or by pmxy or by 

number r o ' W tmg FT* " t £ 

number of \otes which shall form an effective 



%xlm- 


'The Charter of 1887 


51 


! 


I 


majority at such meetings and the conduct of 
proceedings thereat. 

(d) The qualification and mode of election of the President 

and the number qualification and mode of election 
of the Vice-Presidents and of the one or more 
Honorary Secretaries and the number qualification 
and mode of election of the other members of 
the Council and their respective tenures of office 
and the mode of filling casual vacancies in the 
Council and the quorum for Meetings of the Council . 

( e ) The mode of election tenure of office and duties of 

two Auditors of the accounts of the Royal Institute. 

(/) The appointment of Standing Committees and the 
proceedings thereof. 

( g ) The terms and conditions for such Prizes Medals 

Exhibitions Studentships or Scholarships as have 
been or may from time to time be established by 
the Royal Institute. 

(h) The relations of the Royal Institute to such branches 

thereof as may be established within the United 
Kingdom or India or any Colony or Dependency of 
the United Kingdom and to other Societies having 
kindred aims and purposes. 

35. IN this Our Charter the expression “ the Council ” interpreta- 
means the Council of the Royal Institute and the expression tl0n - 
*“ the United Kingdom ” includes the Channel Islands 
and the Isle of Man. 

Htlb We do also further will and ordain that subject Sa y i!1 f< for 
to the provisions contained in this Our Charter the Original original 
Charter shall so far as unrepealed have full effect and charter - 
validity and We do hereby confirm the same accordingly. 

JU TMitneSS whereof We have caused these Our Letters 
to be made Patent. XdUtneSS Ourself at Westminster the 
twenty-eighth day of March in the fiftieth year of Our Reign. 


Scbebule Referred to in Section I, Clause i. 


j THE portions of the Original Charter repealed are — 
f From Section Three beginning with the words “ And Our 
“ will and pleasure is and We further grant and declare 
“ that the Institute of British Architects ” to the end of 
Section Ten which ends with the words “ construction 
“ and purposes whatsoever 

JSs Marrant uitber tbe Queen’s Sign rtDanual 

/fcuir flDacfeeiuie. 


* Bv Section IX of the Supplemental Charter 1925 the Irish Free 
State is included. ^ 


V 


1742 




52 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


THE SUPPLEMENTAL CHARTER 1909. 

Ebwarb tbc Seventh, bp tbe (Brace of (Bob 

of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and 
of the British Dominions beyond the Seas King Defender 
of the Faith. fTo all to Wbont THESE PRESENTS 
SHALL COME GREETING: UClbereas His late 
Majesty King William IV. did by Royal Charter of Incor- 
poration (hereinafter called the Original Charter) dated 
the eleventh day of January One thousand eight hundred 
and thirty-seven grant and declare that Thomas Philip 
Earl de Grey and such other persons who were then members 
of the Society therein mentioned or who should at any time 
afterwards become members thereof should form one body 
politic and corporate fot the purposes recited in the Original 
Charter under the name of The Institute of British Archi- 
tects with perpetual Succession and a Common Seal. Hltb 
Whereas the Original Charter contained further provisions 
for the constitution and management of the said Institute 
and its affairs. SltD WbCVCaS on the eighteenth day of May 
One thousand eight hundred and sixty-six Her late Majestv 
Queen Victoria was graciously pleased to command that the 
said Institute should thenceforth be styled The Royal 
Institute of British Architects (hereinafter called the 
Royal Institute). Bnb Wbcreas Her said Majesty did by 
Her Royal Charter dated the twenty-eighth day of March 
One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven "(hereinafter 
called the Supplemental Charter of 1887) grant declare 
and ordain that certain provisions of the Original Charter 
should be repealed and that the Royal Institute and the 
property thereof should be thenceforth administered in 
conformity in all respects with the Supplemental Charter 
of 188/ and the B\e-la\\s made or to be made thereunder, 
anb Wbcreas a Humble Petition has been presented to 
Us on behalf of the Royal Institute setting forth among 
other things that it is expedient to make such provision in 
regard to the election of Licentiates of the Roval Institute 
and in regard to the qualifications for Fellowship of the 
Royal Institute and in regard to the certificates of member- 
ship of the Royal Institute and in regard to the educational 

« n ^« 0 mypVrrr^b a lx? nS ! ltUte 28 hereinaft er contained. 
f^OW IHEREFORE lie having taken the said Petition 
into our Royal consideration and being desirous of furthering 
the Gracious intent of our Royal Predecessors and of 
promoting the advancement of the interests of the Roval 
Institute have willed granted and declared and We by Our 


The Supplemental Charter 1909 


53 


Prerogative Royal and of Our Especial Grace certain 
knowledge and mere motion by these presents for Us and 
Our Royal Successors do will grant declare and ordain as 
follows (that is to say) : — 

*1. THE Council of the Royal Institute shall elect 
Licentiates of the Royal Institute in manner to be provided 
by Bye-laws. Licentiates shall be architects who have 
attained the age of thirty years and either (a) have been 
engaged as principals for at least five successive years in 
the practice of architecture or ( b ) have been engaged for 
at least ten successive years in the practice or the study 
of architecture. Unless otherwise determined by resolution 
of a General Meeting of the Royal Institute confirmed 
at a subsequent General Meeting held not less than seven 
nor more than twenty-eight days after the former meeting 
no person shall be elected as a Licentiate after the expiration 
of twelve months from the date of the coming into force 
of the first Bye-laws relating to Licentiates. A Licentiate 
shall be entitled to obtain a certificate of his election as 
a Licentiate subject to such conditions payments and obliga- 
tions as the Bye-laws of the Royal Institute may from time 
to time prescribe and on ceasing to be a Licentiate shall 
on demand deliver back to the Council his certificate of 
election as a Licentiate . A Licentiate may use after his name 
the affix “ Licentiate R.I.B.A.” A Licentiate shall not be a 
corporate Member of the Royal Institute nor shall he have 
any interest in or claim against the property of the Royal 
Institute nor be entitled to vote at any meeting of the Royal 
Institute nor shall he be entitled to be present at or take 
part in the transaction or discussion at any General Meeting 
of any business relating to the Charter or the Bye-laws or 
the making adopting altering revising suspending or 
rescinding of any Bye-law but save as aforesaid he shall be 
entitled to be present and take part in the discussions at 
meetings of the Royal Institute. Subject to the provisions 
of this Our Charter Bye-laws shall define regulate and 
prescribe the conditions and mode of election of Licentiates 
and the payments to be made by them and their privileges 
obligations and advantages. 

j-2. AFTER the date of this Our Charter no person shall 
save as hereinafter provided be admitted a Fellow of the 
Royal Institute unless he shall at the time of admission be 

# This Clause and the rights of Licentiates are subject to the 
provisions of Clauses 4 and 6 of the Supplemental Charter 1925. 

■f* This Clause has been superseded by Clause 4 of the Supplemental 
Charter 1925. 





The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


either (a) an Associate of the Royal Institute or a person 
who has passed an examination qualifying for admission to 
the class of Associates or (&) a Licentiate who has passed 
such examination or examinations as may from time to 
time be prescribed by the Council as a qualification for the 
admission of Licentiates to the class of Fellows. Provided 
however that the Council shall have power to elect and 
admit as a Fellow any architect who shall have attained 
the age of thirty years and shall have been engaged as a 
principal for at least seven successive years in the practice 
of architecture as to whom the Council may resolve that 
it is desirable to elect and admit him as a Fellow. 

3. EVERY certificate of membership granted to a 
Fellow or Associate of the Royal Institute shall be termed 
a diploma. 

*4. SUBJECT to the Bye-laws for the time being the 
Council shall formulate and from time to time alter and 
amend a scheme or curriculum for education in architecture 
and may appoint in relation thereto such boards or com- 
mittees (whether or not consisting wholly of members of 
the Royal Institute) as may from time to time be prescribed 
by Bye-laws and the Council may apply the funds of the 
Royal Institute in making provision for and furthering and 
developing any such scheme or curriculum and in providing 
for lectures or teaching and for the holding of examinations 
in accordance therewith and for granting certificates in 
connection therewith and (subject to such exemptions as 
may be allowed by or in accordance with the Bye-laws) 
no person shall in or after the year One thousand nine 
hundred and thirteen become entitled to admission to the 
Final Examination for Associateship of the Royal Institute 
unless he shall have passed through a course of study under 
or in accordance with such scheme or curriculum and shall 
have passed such examinations in relation to the subjects 
comprised in that course of study as shall from time to time 
be prescribed by or in accordance with the Bve-laws. 

5. IN this Our Charter the expression “ the Council ” 
means the Council of the Royal Institute. 

Bnb We do also further will and ordain that subject to 
the provisions contained in this Our Charter the Original 
Charter so far as unrepealed and the Supplemental Charter 
of 1887 shall have full effect and validity and We do hereby 
confirm the same accordingly. * 

oS’xSr 5 has ^ amended b ^ use 10 



The Supplemental Charter 1925 55 

3U tT&ltnCSS whereof We have caused these Our letters 
to be made Patent. HSUtflCSS Ourself at Westminster the 
eleventh day of January in the eighth year of Our Reign. 

JBv Marrant linger tbe lung's Sign /Manual 

flbutr fffi>ad?en3ie. 

THE SUPPLEMENTAL CHARTER 1925. 

(Seorge tbe ffrttb, bg tbe (Brace of Gob, of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the 
British Dominions bevond the Seas King, Defender of 
the Faith. ZO airtO WbOlIl THESE PRESENTS 
, SHALL COME GREETING : tClbereas His late 
i Majesty King William IV. did by Royal Charter of Incor- 
1 poration (hereinafter called “ the Original Charter ”) 
dated the eleventh day of January One thousand eight 
hundred and thirty-seven grant and declare that Thomas 
Philip Earl de Grey and such other persons who were 
then members of the Society therein mentioned or who 
should at any time afterwards become members thereof 
should form one body politic and corporate for the purposes 
recited in the Original Charter under the name of The 
. Institute of British Architects with perpetual Succession 
4 and a Common Seal : Hllb WbereaS the Original 
I Charter contained further provisions for the constitution 
I and management of the said Institute and its affairs : Hub 
Whereas on the eighteenth day of May One thousand 
eight hundred and sixty-six Her late Majesty Queen 
Victoria was graciously pleased to command that the said 
Institute should thenceforth be styled The Royal Institute 
of British Architects (hereinafter called “ the Royal 
* Institute ”) : Hub WbcrCHS Her said Majesty did by 
| Her Royal Charter dated the twenty-eighth day of March 
j One thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven (hereinafter 
f called “ the Supplemental Charter of 1887 ”) grant declare 
I and ordain that certain provisions of the Original Charter 
should be repealed and that the Royal Institute and the 
’ property thereof should be thenceforth administered in 
conformity in all respects with the Supplemental Charter 
of 1887 and the Bye-laws made or to be made thereunder : 
Hub WbereaS His late Majesty King Edward the 
Seventh did by His Royal Charter dated the eleventh day of 
January One thousand nine hundred and nine (hereinafter 
called “ the Supplemental Charter of 1909 ”) grant declare 
and ordain certain further provisions for the constitution 



56 The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 

and management of the Royal Institute and its affairs (the 
Original Charter and the Supplemental Charters of 1887 
and 1909 being hereinafter referred to collectively as “ the 
earlier Charters ”) : Httb WbereaS on the twenty-ninth 
day of May One thousand nine hundred and twenty- 
four a * Provisional Agreement for the Amalgamation of The 
Society of Architects (hereinafter called “ the Society ”) 
with the Royal Institute was entered into between repre- 
sentatives of the two corporate bodies : Hub WbeteSS 
the Members of the Society are constituted into the following 
classes of Members that is to say (1) Honorary Members 
(2) Retired Members (3) Fellows (4) Members (5) Licentiates 
and (6) Students : Hllb WbCt'Caf the said Agreement 
provides inter alia that if and when the necessary authority 
should be obtained all persons being Members of the 
aforementioned classes should be admitted as Members 
of the appropriate classes of the Royal Institute as in the said 
Agreement more particularly specified and that the Society 
should thereafter be wound up : Hub WbereaS the 
said Agreement has been ratified by the Royal Institute 
and by the Society at General Meetings thereof held 
respectively on the 17th June 1924 and the 7th July 1924 
and on the 24th July 1924 and the 8th August 1924 : Hub 
Wbereas a Humble Petition has been presented to Us 
on behalf of the Royal Institute setting forth among other 
things that it is expedient to make such provision as will 
enable the said Agreement to become effective and to make 
such other further provisions with regard to the constitution 
and management of the Royal Institute as are hereinafter 
contained : "NOW THEREFORE We having taken the 
said Petition into Our Royal Consideration and being 
desirous of furthering the Gracious intent of Our Royal 
Predecessor and of promoting the advancement of the 
interests of The Royal Institute have willed, granted and 
declared and We by Our Prerogative Royal and of Our 
Especial Grace certain knowledge and mere motion bv these 
presents for Us and Our Royal Successors do will grant 
declare and ordain as follows (that is to say) : — ■ 


Repeal of 
certain 
provisions of 
the Previous 
Charters and 
of the Bye- 
laws. 


I. cransitkm. 

1 . THE Royal Institute and the property thereof shall be 
administered in conformity in all respects' with the earlier 
Charters and the Bye-laws at present in force until new 
Bye-laws made in pursuance of this Our Charter shall have 
. * The Provisional Agreement is printed on page 65. 



The Supplemental Charter 1925 


57 


come into operation. When and so soon as the said new 
Bye-laws have come into operation the provisions of the 
Supplemental Charter of 1887 which are described in the 
Schedule to this Our Charter and the Bye-laws at present 
in force shall be repealed and the Royal Institute and the 
property thereof shall be administered thenceforth in 
conformity in all respects with the earlier Charters so far 
as unrepealed and with this Our Charter and with the 
Bye-laws made or to be made thereunder provided however 
that such repeal shall not affect the validity of any thing 
done under the earlier Charters and the Bye-laws previously 
in force and the Council and Standing Committees elected 
thereunder shall continue to hold office and all decisions 
and resolutions duly made thereunder shall until the same 
are rescinded and varied remain as effective as if they had 
been duly elected and made in conformity with this Our 
present Charter and the Bye-laws to be made thereunder. 

II. power to bolb 3Lattt>. 

2. THE Royal Institute shall for all time hereafter be 
® capable to take purchase possess hold and enjoy to them and 
1 their successors any messuages lands tenements or heredita- 
.. ments whatsoever the yearly value of which shall not exceed 
i in the whole the sum of £20,000 computing the same at the 
« rack rent which might have been had or gotten for the same 
1 at the time of the purchase or acquisition thereof and we 

do hereby grant Our especial license and authority unto all 
and every person and persons bodies politic and corporate 
(otherwise competent) to grant sell alien and convey in 
mortmain unto and to the use of the Royal Institute and 
its successors any messuages lands tenements or heredita- 
ments whatsoever. 

III. flDentbers of tbe Society of architects. 

3 . THE persons who at the date when this Our Charter 
shall come into operation are Members of the Society shall 
as from that date and without the necessity of any applica- 
tion, nomination, election or any formality whatsoever other 
than the signing of the declarations hereinafter mentioned 
be and be deemed to have become Members Students and 
Probationers of the Royal Institute as follows that is to say : — 

(a) Honorary Members of the Society not already 
Honorary Fellows or Honorary Associates of the 
Royal Institute shall become Honorary Associates 
of the Royal Institute. 


May purchase 
land, etc., to 
a limited 
extent. 


Qualificatiors 
of Members. 



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(b) Retired Members of the Society not already Retired 

Fellows of the Royal Institute shall become entitled 
to all the privileges of Retired Fellows of the Royal 
Institute. 

(c) Fellows of the Society not already Fellows of the 

Royal Institute shall become Fellows of the Royal 
Institute. 

(d) Members of the fourth class of the Society not already 

Members or Licentiates of the Royal Institute shall 
become Licentiates of the Royal Institute. 

( e ) Those Members of the fourth class of the Society 

who have passed the Society’s examination may 
qualify for the Associateship of the Royal Institute 
on passing a special examination in design and such 
other subjects of the Royal Institute examinations 
for the Associateship as are not included in the 
Society’s examination and each such Member on so 
qualifying shall become an Associate of the Royal 
Institute. 

(/) Licentiates of the Society not already Members or 
Licentiates of the Royal Institute shall become 
Students of the Royal Institute with the right to be 
elected Licentiates of the Royal Institute as and 
when they become qualified.' Such qualification 
shall be the same as that which at the date of this 
Our Charter is in force for the fourth class of 
membership of the Society. 

(?) Students of the Society not already Members or 
Licentiates of the Royal Institute shall become 
Probationers of the Royal Institute. 

No entrance fee shall be required in respect of the above 
admissions to the Royal Institute. 


PROVIDED however that the above admissions to anv 
class of membership of the Roval Institute shall be con 
ditional on each Fellow Associate Honorary Associate or 
Licentiate so admitted signing the declaration appropriate 
to his class which shall be prescribed by the Bye-laws of the 
Royal Institute and that, if such declaration be not <0 
signed within three months after the date when this Our 
Charter comes into operation or within such extended time 
as the Council of the Royal Institute mav in anv particular 
case or cases allow then such admission' shall be null and 



The Supplemental Charter 1925 


59 


iv. Classes and qualifications of 
MEMBERS. 

4. WITH respect to admissions to the Fellowship after 
the date upon which this Our Charter shall come into 
operation the following provisions shall be substituted for 
the provisions of Section II, Clause 3, of the Supplemental 
Charter of 1887, and Clause 2 of the Supplemental Charter 
of 1909 that is to say : — - 

Subject to the provisions of this Our Charter no perscn 
shall be admitted a Fellow of the Royal Institute unless he 
shall at the time of such admission have attained the age 
of thirty years and be either 

(a) An Associate of the Royal Institute or a person who 
has passed an examination qualifying for admission 
to the class of Associates or 

(b) A Licentiate of the Royal Institute who has passed 
such examination or examinations as may from time 
to time be prescribed by the Council as a qualifica- 
tion for the admission of Licentiates to the class of 
Fellows, 

and in either case has been engaged as a principal for at 
seven successive years in the practice of architecture 

An Associate or Licentiate as hereinafter mentioned 
who is qualified to the satisfaction of the Council 
as follows and who has been approved by the 
Council for nomination that is to say 

(i) An Associate not in private practice who is 
or has been in a position of responsibility for 
the design of architectural work or who is 
otherwise by his professional attainments 
considered eligible. 

(ii) A Licentiate over 60 years of age who has been 
engaged as a principal for at least seven 
successive years in the practice of architecture 
or who is or has been in a position of responsi- 
bility for the design of architectural work. 

PROVIDED however that the Council shall have power 
to elect and admit as a Fellow any eminent architect who 
shall have attained the age of 30 years and shall have been 
engaged as a principal for at least seven successive years in 
the practice of architecture and as to whom the Council 
\ may resolve that it is desirably to elect and admit him as a 
' Fellow, 


least 

or 

(c) 


Classes of 
Members. 


Fellows, 



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Honorary 

Associates, 


Licentiates. 


Students. 


5. WITH respect to admissions to the Honorary 
Associateship after the date upon which this Our Charter 
shall come into operation the following provisions shall be 
substituted for the provisions of Section II, Clause 5, of the 
Supplemental Charter of 1887 that is to say 

The Royal Institute may admit as Honorary Associates 
any persons not professionally engaged in practice 
as architects who by reason of their position or of 
their eminence in art, science, literature or any 
other matter or of their interest in matters relating 
to architecture the Council may consider eligible 
for that honour. 

6. LICENTIATES of the Royal Institute including 
Members of the Society admitted or who may hereafter 
be admitted as such under the provisions of this Our Charter 
are hereby constituted and declared to be full corporate 
Members of the Royal Institute. 

7. ALL Fellows, Associates and Licentiates of the Royal 
Institute shall in future be entitled to use the title “ Chartered 
Architect ” as well as the appropriate initials F.R.I.B.A. 
and A.R.I.B.A., or L.R.I.B.A., as the case may be, but 
no abbreviation of the title “ Chartered Architect ” shall 
be used. 

8. AFTER the date upon which this Our Charter shall 
come into operation Fellows, Associates and Licentiates 
shall have equal rights in every respect with regard to 
attendance at meetings, taking part in discussions and voting 
upon any and every proposed resolution of the Royal 
Institute. 

v. Stu&ents. 

9. THE Council of the Royal Institute may elect as 
Members of a non-corporate class of Students any persons 
studying or intending to study with the purpose of becoming 
professional architects and who have passed or received 
exemption from the examination or examinations which 
may from time to time be prescribed by the Royal Institute 
for admission to such class and who shall have satisfied such 
other requirements as the Council shall from time to time 
prescribe in respect of such election. 

Students shall continue as such at the pleasure of the 
Council who may at any time at their sole discretion and 
without giving or being required to give any reason for their 
action strike a student’s name off the list of students and 
thereupon such student shall cease to be entitled to anv of 
the privileges of a student. 



The Supplemental Charter 1925 


61 


* Students shall pay such annual contribution as the 
Bye-laws shall prescribe. 

Students shall be entitled to attend all General Meetings 
j of the Royal Institute other than meetings at which any 
j private business as defined in the Bye-laws is transacted. 

Students shall not take part in any discussion and they shall 
I have no right to vote. They shall be entitled to such other 
t privileges and be subject to such other restrictions as the 
_ Bye-laws may prescribe. 

I; 10. THE provisions of Clause 4 of the Supplemental Final 

* Charter of 1909 shall be amended so that after the words Examination 
“ (subject to such exemptions as may be allowed by or in Associateship. 
accordance with the Bye-laws) ” it shall read as follows 

The Council may require candidates for admission to the 
g|aFinal Examination for Associateship of the Royal Institute 
I Jjto have passed through a course of study under or in accord- 
I ince with such scheme or curriculum and to have passed 
1 iuch examinations in relation to the subjects comprised in 
J. hat course of study as shall from time to time be prescribed 
fl >y or in accordance with the Bye-laws.” 

VI. Subscribers. 

1 1 . THE Council of the Royal Institute may elect as Privileges of 
Members of a non-corporate class of Subscribers any persons Subs< nb< r '- 
who are not professional architects, but who are interested 
|n the Royal Institute and in architectural matters and are 
./ ’Approved by the Council as persons eligible to become 
Subscribers. 

I Subscribers shall continue as such at the pleasure of the 
< jCouncil who may at any time at their sole discretion and 
Without giving or being required to give any reason for their 
: action strike a Subscriber’s name off the list of Subscribers 
■ and thereupon such Subscriber shall cease to be entitled 
l| to any of the privileges of a Subscriber. 

B. Subscribers shall pay such annual contribution as the 
if Bye-laws shall prescribe. 

H Subscribers shall not be entitled to use in connection 
Ifwith their name or business any words or initials indicating 
Bthat they are Members of or are connected with the Royal 
»Institute. 

P| Subscribers shall be entitled to attend all General 
j Alee tings of the Royal Institute other than meetings at which 
I any private business as the same shall be defined in the 
®pye-laws is transacted. Subscribers shall not take part in 



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Matters to be 
prescribed by 
the Bye-laws. 


Interpreta- 

tion. 


Saving for 
portions ot 
Original 
Charter. 


any discussion and they shall have no right to vote. They 
shall be entitled to such other privileges and be subject 
to such other restrictions as theBye-laws may prescribe. 

VII. IReferen&um ON IMPORTANT ISSUES. 

12. THE Bye-laws may provide for certain important 
matters as therein specified being submitted to a poll of all 
the Members of the Royal Institute resident in the United 
Kingdom or the Irish Free State and when such poll is held 
as provided in the Bye-Iaw r s a Resolution supported by such 
a majority of the votes polled as the Bye-laws may from time 
to time prescribe shall be deemed and is hereby declared 
to be a Resolution of the Royal Institute. The conditions 
relating to the taking and declaring the result of such poll 
shall be prescribed by the Bye-laws. 

VIII. pensions. 

The Royal Institute shall for all time hereafter be capable 
of granting bonuses, gratuities, allowances and pensions to 
employees or ex-employees and their widows, children or 
other dependents of the Royal Institute or of the Society of 
Architects or of any other body having objects analogous to 
those of the Royal Institute and with whom the Royal 
Institute may amalgamate. 

IX. interpretation. 

In the Supplemental Charter of 1887 the expression “ the 
United Kingdom ” shall be read as “ the United Kingdom 
and the Irish Free State.” 

Neither sex nor marriage shall be or shall be deemed at 
any time to have been a disqualification for any class of 
corporate membership of the Royal Institute or for admission 
as a Student or Subscriber and 'in the interpretation of this 
Our Charter and the earlier Charters words importing the 
masculine gender shall include the feminine. 

HlK> We do also further will and ordain that subject to 
the provisions contained in this Our Charter the earlier 
Charters shall so far as unrepealed have full effect and 
validity, and M e do hereby confirm the same accordingly. 

5 n tut t ness whereof We have caused Our Letters to 
be made Patent. LCUtneSS Ourself at Westminster the 
eleventh day of March in the fifteenth vear of Our 
Reign. 


Shuster. 


The Supplemental Charter 1925 


63 


Scbe&ule Referred to in Section I, Clause i. 

THE portion of the Supplemental Charter of 1887 repealed 
is in Section VII, Clause 28 from and including the words 
“ provided always ” to the end of the Clause. 


At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, 

The 4th day of March 1925. 

J5p tbe Xorbs of ftus /IDajesty's /Dost ttonourable 

domicil. 


W HEREAS by Section 33 of the Supplemental Charter 
of the Royal Institute of British Architects dated the 
28th day of March, 1887, it is provided that the said Royal 
Institute may from time to time by Resolution of a General 
Meeting confirmed at a subsequent General Meeting, which 
shall be held not less than seven and not more than twenty- 
eight days after the former Meeting, make and adopt such 
*. Bye-laws as may be deemed expedient and may in the same 
manner vary, suspend, and rescind any Bye-laws and make 
and adopt others in their stead, but so that the Bye-laws for 
the time being be not in any respect repugnant to the Law 
|of England or inconsistent with the said Supplemental 
^Charter : Provided always that no such Bye-laws shall 
fie of any force or validity whatever unless and until they 
Jiave been approved by the Lords of the Privy Council : 

■' And whereas the said Royal Institute has by Resolution 
t>f a Special General Meeting held on the 17th day of June, 
1924, and confirmed at a Special General Meeting held on 
the 7th day of July, 1924, made and adopted certain Revised 
Bye-laws to be substituted in place of the existing Bye-laws 
i7 of the said Royal Institute : 

And whereas the said Revised Bye-laws were this day 
read at the Board : 

NOW THEREFORE, Their Lordships having taken 

[ he said Revised Bye-laws (a copy of which is hereunto 
nnexed) into consideration, are hereby pleased to approve 
he same. 

M. P. A. Hankey. 



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THE R.I.B.A. BYE-LAWS. 

As the result of a referendum by postal vote taken in 
June, 1929, under the provisions of Clause VII (paragraph 
12 of the Supplemental Charter, 1925) and of Bye-law 70, 
the following resolution was carried by a large majority : — 

“ That the draft Bye-laws sent out to the Members of 
the R.I.B.A. with the circular letter from the 
Secretary dated 5th June 1929, be approved and 
adopted in lieu of the existing Bye-laws and that 
such draft Bye-laws be forthwith submitted to 
His Majesty’s Privy Council for approval in 
accordance with the provisions of the Royal Charter 
of 1887.” 

The revised Bye-laws are now awaiting the approval 
of His Majesty’s Privy Council, and will come into operation 
immediately after such approval has been signified. Copies 
will be sent to all Members in due course. 


ENTRANCE FEES, SUBSCRIPTIONS 
CONTRIBUTIONS. 

Fellows : Entrance Fee 

If proceeding from Class of Associates 
Annual Subscription . . 

Associates : Entrance Fee 

Annual Subscription 
Licentiates : Annual Subscription 
Students : Annual Contribution 
Subscribers : Annual Contribution 


AND 

l 
6 

3 
5 

4 
3 
3 
1 


s. 

6 

3 
5 

4 
3 
3 
1 


COMPOSITION OF SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR LIFE 
MEMBERSHIP. 

Fellows, Associates and Licentiates of the Royal Institute 
may become Life Members by compounding their respec- 
tive annual subscriptions on the following basis : 

For a Fellow by a payment of £73. 10s. od. (70 guineas), 
ror an Associate or Licentiate by a payment of 
£44. 2 s. od. (42 guineas), with a lurther payment of 
£29. 8 s. od. on being admitted as a Fellow. 
Provided always that in the case of a Fellow or 
Associate the above compositions are to be reduced 

i P er annum f° r every completed year 

of membership ot the Royal Institute after the first 
five years, and in the case of a Licentiate bv /i . 15. o d. 

p - a T m !°t every com P lete d year of membership 
ot the Royal Institute. v 


The Provisional Agreement 


65 


AGREEMENT for the AMALGAMATION of the 
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS 
AND THE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

Hit Hgreement made the twenty-ninth day of May One thousand 
nine hundred and twenty four Between THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF 
BRITISH ARCHITECTS (hereinafter called “ the Royal Institute ”) of 
the one part and THE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS (hereinafter called 
. “ the Society ”) of the other part WHEREAS on the Eleventh day of 

',i January One thousand eight hundred and thirty seven the Royal Institute 
| was incorporated under the style of “ The Institute of British Architects ” 
by a Royal Charter of William IV AND WHEREAS on the Eleventh day 
of May One thousand eight hundred and sixty six Her Majesty Queen 
, Victoria was graciously pleased to command that the said Institute should 
I thenceforth be styled “ The Royal Institute of British Architects ” AND 
I WHEREAS on the Twenty-eighth day of March One thousand eight 
I hundred and eighty seven and on the Eleventh day of January One thousand 
I nine hundred and nine Supplemental Charters were granted to the Institute 

* by Her Majesty Queen Victoria and His Majesty King Edward VII respec- 
? tively AND WHEREAS under the provisions of the said Charters of 
f. Incorporation and the Bye-laws of the Royal Institute made thereunder the 
| Members of the Royal Institute are constituted into the following classes 
I viz. : Fellows Associates Retired Fellows Honorary Fellows Honorary 
& Associates and Honorary Corresponding Members and there are also 

Licentiates of the Royal Institute w'ho at present are not corporate members 
of the Royal Institute nor entitled to vote at any meeting thereof, but are 
entitled to such privileges obligations and advantages as are prescribed by 
the Supplemental Charter of 1909 and the said Bye-laws and a Fellow of the 

* Royal Institute is entitled to use after his name the initials “ F.R.I.B.A.” 
and an Associate of the Royal Institute the initials “ A.R.I.B.A.” and a 
Licentiate of the Royal Institute “ Licentiate R.I.B.A.” and there are also 
Registered Students and Probationers of the Royal Institute AND 
WHEREAS the Society was founded in 1884 by certain members of the 
Royal Institute and others on account of differences of opinion which arose 

j at that time among the Members of the Royal Institute concerning the 
i promotion of a Bill in Parliament to provide for the registration of Architects 
AND WHEREAS the Society was first constituted as an unincorporated 
j Association and thereafter on the second day of May One thousand eight 
hundred and ninety three was incorporated under the Companies Acts 
‘ 1862 to 1890 as a Company limited by guarantee and not having a capital 

divided into shares AND WHEREAS under the Memorandum and Articles 
' of Association and the Bye-laws and Regulations of the Society the members 
J| of the Society are constituted into the following classes viz.: (1) Honorary 
s 1j Members (2) Retired Members (3) Fellows (4) Members (5) Licentiates and 
p(6) Students AND WHEREAS Honorary Members are “ entitled ” to 
1U designate themselves as “ Hon. M.S.A.” and Fellows as “ F.S.Arc.” and 

I 


D 


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Members as “ M.S.A.” and Licentiates as “ L.S.A.” AND WHEREAS 
the subscribing Members are Fellows Members Licentiates and Students 
respectively AND WHEREAS the main objects of the Royal Institute and 
the Society are in substance the same and have for some time past been carried 
out on similar lines AND WHEREAS there are no longer any serious 
differences of opinion among Architects with regard to registration AND 
WHEREAS the majority of the Members both of the Royal Institute and 
the Society appreciate that the existence of their two separate bodies carrying 
out the same functions has not been for the good of the Architects profession 
as a whole and that it would be better for the profession and the public 
whom they serve that the Members of the two bodies should be united in one 
powerful organization AND WHEREAS negotiations with this object have 
taken place between representatives of the Royal Institute and representatives 
of the Society and such negotiations have proved successful and the respective 
Councils of the Royal Institute and the Society have accordingly mutually 
agreed a scheme for the amalgamation of their two corporate bodies and in 
order to give effect to such scheme have agreed subject to its ratification by 
General Meetings of the two bodies respectively to enter on behalf of the 
Royal Institute and the Society into the arrangement hereinafter provided 
NOW IT IS HEREBY AGREED AS FOLLOWS 


1 . When and so soon as this Agreement shall have become absolute as 
hereinafter defined the Royal Institute shall admit the said six classes of 
members of the Society to be Members Students or Probationers of the 
Royal Institute as follows : — 


(a) Honorary Members of the Society not already Honorary Members 
Honorary Fellows or Honorary Associates of the Royal Institute 
shall become Honorary Associates of the Roval Institute. 

(b) Retired Members of the Society not already Retired Fellows of the 
Royal Institute shall have all the privileges of Retired Fellows of the 
Royal Institute. 

(c) Fellows of the Society not already Fellows of the Royal Institute 
shaff become Fellows of the Royal Institute. 

(d) Members of the Society (being those forming the fourth class of 
Members as hereinbefore recited) and not already Members or 
Licentiates of the Rojal Institute shall become Licentiates of the 
Royal Institute. 


(e) Those Members of the Society (being among those forming the 
fourth class of Members as hereinbefore recited) who have passed 
the Society s examination may qualify for the Associateship of the 
Roval Institute on passing a Special Examination in design and in 
such other subjects of the Royal Institute Examination for the 
Associateship as are not included in the Society’s Examination and 
each such Member becoming so qualified shall 'become an Associate 
ot the Royal Institute. 

(/) Licentiates of the Society not already Members or Licentiates of 
the RovaMnstitute shall become Students of the Royal Institute 
with the right to become Licentiates of the Royal Institute as and 
when they become qualified. Such qualification to be the same as 




The Provisional Agreement 67 



that which is now in force for membership (of the said fourth class) 
of the Society. 

(g) Students of the Society (not already Members or Licentiates of the 
Royal Institute) shall become Probationers of the Royal Institute. 

No entrance fee shall be required in respect of the above admissions to 
the Royal Institute. 

The Royal Institute undertakes that when this Agreement becomes 
absolute and thereafter until altered by Resolution of the Royal Institute the 
annual subscriptions for all Members of the various classes of the Royal 
Institute shall be in accordance with the following scale that is to 
say Fellows five guineas. Associates and Licentiates three guineas and 
Students one guinea. Every Member of the Society who shall have paid 
to the Society the subscription for which he is liable in respect of the period 
beginning on the first day of November One thousand nine hundred and 
twenty four shall not be liable to pay any subscription to the Royal Institute 
in respect of either of the years One thousand nine hundred and twenty four 
or One thousand nine hundred and twenty five. 

3. Licentiates of the Royal Institute including Members of the Society 
(being those forming the fourth class of Members as hereinbefore recited) 
admitted as such under this Agreement shall be full corporate Members 
of the Royal Institute with full voting powers on all matters and shall be 
entitled to use after their names the initials “ L.R.I.B.A.” 

4. All Fellows Associates and Licentiates of the Royal Institute shall be 
entitled to use the title “ Chartered Architect ” in addition to the use of the 
appropriate R.I.B.A. initials. 

5. In addition to such other alterations of the Charter and Supplemental 
Charter and Bye-laws of the Royal Institute (such alterations to be approved 
by the Council of the Society) as may be required to give effect to the other 
provisions of this Agreement the Royal Institute shall forthwith endeavour 
to obtain such Supplemental Charter as may be approved by the Council 
of the Society and also the sanction of the Privy Council to such alterations 
in the Bye-laws of the Royal Institute as may be approved by the Council 
of the Society for the following purposes, viz. : 

(a) To insure a more adequate representation upon the Council of each 
Corporate class. 

(b) To effect greater continuity of the Council’s policy by limiting the 
number of its members to be nominated for re-election annually. 

(c) To increase the representation of the Allied Societies on the Council. 

(d) To enable important questions of policy to be submitted to a 
referendum of all members of the Royal Institute instead of being decided 
by the vote of a General Meeting in London. 

6. When and so soon as this Agreement shall have become absolute the 
Royal Institute shall forthwith Promote and use its utmost endeavours to 
carry through a Registration Bill until it becomes an Act of Parliament and 
for this purpose forthwith and before the Society goes into liquidation to 
appoint a Registration Committee. The Society shall have the right tp 
nominate one half of the members of such committee. 




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7. Within six calendar months after this Agreement shall have become 
absolute the Society shall provided that before the expiration of such period 
the Royal Institute shall have fully performed the provisions of clause 1 
hereof pass such Resolutions and thereafter shall take all such other steps 
as may be necessary for the winding up and dissolution of the Society. 

8. On the dissolution of the Society all books and records of the Society 
relating to the qualifications characters and history of Members of the 
Society shall so far as this can lawfully be done be handed over to the Royal 
Institute. 

9. The whole surplus assets of the Society remaining after payment or 
providing for the payment of all debts and liabilities of the Society and the 
whole expenses of winding up and dissolution shall be applied in manner 
provided by Clause 8 of the Memorandum of Association and nothing 
in this Agreement contained shall be deemed to prevent the Society from 
dealing with its property and assets before winding up in such manner as 
the Society shall think fit. 

10. The Society undertakes that after this Agreement has become 
absolute it shall not admit any new candidate for membership provided that 
this clause shall not prevent the Society from admitting a new candidate 
for membership and proceeding with his election where the application for 
such membership is pending when this agreement becomes absolute. 

11. The Royal Institute shall at the time of the execution of this agree- 
ment execute an agreement with Charles McArthur Butler and an agreement 
with Christian Barman in the terms of the two draft agreements already 
prepared and which for the purpose of identification have respectively been 
subscribed by Mr. Leonard Tubbs and Mr. Hudson Lyall. 

12. The Royal Institute also undertakes to provide employment or 
reasonable provision or compensation for such other members of the Society’s 
clerical and establishment staff as may be walling to transfer their services 
to the Royal Institute. 


13. This Agreement is provisional and subject to ratification by the 
Royal Institute and the Society respectively in General Meeting and as 
regards the Society by Special Resolution provided however that if it be not 
so ratified by both bodies on or before the Thirty-first day of December 
One thousand nine hundred and twenty four it shall be lawful for either 
party by notice in writing to the other to rescind this Agreement and 
thereupon the same shall be absolutely void and of no effect. Such general 
meeting of the Society shall not be convened until after this agreement shall 
have been ratified by the Royal Institute in general meeting. 

14. In so far as the obligations and undertakings of the Royal Institute 
hereunder cannot be fulfilled except after or by means of some alteration or 
alterations in the Charters or Bye-laws of the Royal Institute or both the 
Royal Institute undertake to make all necessary applications and to take 
all such other reasonable steps as may be required in order to obtain such 
alteration or alterations and a Supplemental Charter with the consent of the 
Privy Council as may be necessary to enable the Royal Institute to fulfil 
their said obligations and undertakings but provided the Royal Institute 
complies with this Clause of this Agreement the Royal Institute shall not be 
held responsible for the consequences of such Supplemental Charter or 


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such consent of the Privy Council being thereafter delayed or refused. The 
form of all such alteration or alterations and Supplemental Charter shall in 
all respects be subject to the approval of the Council of the Society. The 
Royal Institute shall facilitate in every reasonable way the Society being 
represented before the Privy Council. 

15. As regards those provisions of this Agreement which are expressed 
to be subject to this agreement becoming absolute it is hereby declared that 
this Agreement shall as regards such provisions become absolute if and when 
the alteration or alterations and the Supplemental Charter referred to in 
clause 14 hereof have been obtained in a form approved by the Council of the 
Society. If they shall not have been so obtained by the Thirty- first day of 
March One thousand nine hundred and twenty five it shall be lawful for 
either party by notice in writing to the other to rescind this Agreement and 
thereupon such Agreement so far as the same shall remain unperformed shall 
be void and of no effect. 

| IN WITNESS whereof the Royal Institute and The Society of 

j Architects have hereunto caused their respective Common Seals to be 
- hereunto affixed the day and year first above written. 



1 J. A. GOTCH, President. 

E. GUY DAWBER, ) Members of 
HERBERT A. WELCH,) Council. 

ARTHUR KEEN, Hon. Secretary. 

IAN MacALISTER, Secretary R.I.B.A. 

: ? 

| THE COMMON SEAL of The Society 
; was hereto affixed in the presence of 

I 

I EDWARD J. PARTRIDGE, President. 

I ALFRED J. TAYLOR, Vice-President. 

- C. McARTHUR BUTLER, Secretary. 



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CODE OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 


An Architect in practice, if a Member of the R.I.B.A., is governed by 
established customs accepted and observed by the architectural profession, 
and more particularly by the Charter and Bye-laws of the Royal Institute 
which render him liable in the case of unprofessional conduct to reprimand, 
suspension or expulsion at the discretion of the Council. 

The following may be considered to record in a general way the practice 
of architects and also to indicate a standard of conduct in any special cases 
not specifically referred to therein. 

1 . An Architect is remunerated solely by his professional fees and is debarred 
from any other source of remuneration in connection with the works and duties 
entrusted to him. It is the duty of an Architect to uphold in every way possible 
the Scale of Professional Charges adopted by the Royal Institute. An Architect 
must not accept any work which involves the giving or receiving of discounts 
or commissions, nor must he accept any discount, gift or commission from con- 
tractors or tradesmen, whether employed upon his works or not. 

2. If an Architect own, or have a commercial interest in, any material, device , 
or invention used in building, he must inform his client thereof, and must obtain 
his sanction before permitting it to be used in works executed under his direction. 

3. An Architect must not publicly advertise nor offer his services bv means 
of circulars. He may , however , sign his buildings when completed, publish 
illustrations or descriptions of his work, and exhibit his name outside his office 
and on buildings in course of execution, including those zvhere he is acting as 
Architect for alterations and additions, provided it is done in an unostentatious 
manner, and the lettering of his name does not exceed two inches in height. 
With the client’s approval, any such boards may remain for a period not 
exceeding two months after the completion of the building , provided they do not 
display “ to let ” or “for sale ” or simitar notices, but they may indicate that 
the plans can be seen at the Architect’s office. Architects zcho are surveyors 
to recognised estates may announce land or sites or premises for sale or letthm in 
connection zcith their appointments or when they are acting as Architects for 
the development of land or sites. 


4. An Architect must not attempt to supplant another Architect, nor must he 
competezath another Architect by means of a reduction of fees or by other inducement. 

5. An Architect, on receiving instructions to proceed zcith certain zcork zchich 
was previously entrusted to another Architect, shall, before proceeding zcith such 
zcork, communicate with the Architect previously employed and inquire and 
ensure the fact that his engagement has been properly terminated. 

6 . In all cases of dispute between employer and contractor the Architect must 
act in an impartial manner. He must interpret the conditions of a contract with 
entire fairness as between the employer and the contractor. 

7. An Architect must not permit the insertion of any clause in tenders, bills of 
quantities, or other contract documents which provides for payment to be made to him 
by the contractor {except for duplicate copies of drawings or documents ) whatever 
may be the consideration, unless with the full knowledge and approval of his client 

8 An Architect should not take any part in a competition as to which the 
preliminary’ warning of the Royal Institute has been issued, and must not take 
any part m a competition as to which the Council of the Royal Institute shall 
have declared by a Resolution published in the Journal of the Royal Institute 
that Members must not take part because the Conditions are not m accordance 


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71 


with the published Regulations of the Royal Institute for Architectural 
1 Competitions, nor must he be associated in any way with the carrying out of a 
design selected as the result of a competition as to which the Council shall have de- 
clared by a Resolution published in the Journal that Members must not take part. 
9. An Architect must not act as Architect or joint Architect for a work which is or 

I has been the subject of a competition in which he is or has been engaged as Assessor. 
xo. It is desirable that in cases where the Architect takes out the Quantities for 
his buildings he should be paid directly by the client and not through the Contractor 
except with the previous consent of the client. 

1 1 . The businesses of Auctioneering and House Agency are inconsistent with 
the profession of an Architect. 

| 12. An Architect must not accept an appointment in any commercial firm 

in which the extent of his remuneration is affected by the profits of the firm. 


THE LIBRARY 

t i 

;^The Library of the Royal Institute of British Architects consists prin- 
cipally of books presented by their authors, members of the corporate body. 
Many have been received in large donations, others by bequest. From 
pitime to time standard works of reference are purchased, to meet the 
Requirements of the professional student, as well as to maintain the special 
Character and historic value of the collection. Not the least interesting 
: portion of the Library is that which includes rare and valuable editions of 
; Foreign Works, mostly presented by Hon. Corr. Members. 

| From the 1st October till the end of June the Library is open from 
1 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Saturdays 5 p.m.) ; in July and September it closes at 
I 7 p.m. (Saturdays 2 p.m.). The Reference Library is closed during the 
‘ whole of August, but Loan books may be received or issued between the 
; hours of 12 and 2 daily (Saturdays 1 p.m.). 

- All Probationers, Students, and Qualified Candidates for Associateship 
f on registration in the books of the Institute, are furnished with a card of 
admission, and such card must be shown by the reader at every visit. 
Cards are also granted on the recommendation of members of the Institute, 
professors of colleges, schoolmasters, and others, who are required to 
: certify, on a form to be obtained at the Institute, that the persons they 
recommend are fit to be admitted to the privileges of the Reference Library 
and the Loan Collection. 

The Council afford facilities to architects and others, not members of 
the Institute, to consult books in the Reference Library and to have the 
use of the Loan Collection. Applications should be made in writing to 
The Secretary R.I.B.A. at the Office of the Institute. 

RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN THE LIBRARY. 

THE REFERENCE LIBRARY. 

1. Everyone using the Library must sign the Attendance Book placed 
at the entrance. 

2. The front and back rooms are reserved for members of the Institute, 
but non-members are allowed access to any special books of reference there, 
on application to the officer in charge. 

3. No book or other work forming part of the Reference Library is allowed 
to be taken from the premises of the Institute, except by special resolution 
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4. Readers desiring to trace are required to apply to the Librarian or 
official in charge for a form, which must be duly filled up, giving particulars 
of the work and specifying the portion it is intended to trace. Soft pencils 
only may be used in tracing. In the case of rare and other valuable works, 
in order to preserve the print from injury, isinglass will be supplied for the 
purpose of tracing. 

5. No compasses of any kind may be applied to any of the works, and the I 
use of ink is prohibited at any table on which rare or costly works are placed. 

6. Readers are requested to inform the official in charge when they have 
finished with any work, in order that it may be restored to its place. 

7. Silence is necessary in the Library, and all oral communications should 
be conducted in an undertone. 


THE LOAN LIBRARY. 


8. The Loan Library is open for the issue and return of books during the 
same hours as those appointed for the Reference Library. 

9. Not more than one volume at a time is issued to any one borrower, 
except by permission of the Librarian, and no volume may be retained 
longer than fourteen days, unless a written renewal from the Librarian has 
been obtained [see No. 12]. 

10. Application for works must be made personally, except in the case of 
Members, Students and Probationers of the Institute, who may send a written 
request by a person authorised to receive and sign for them, or may apply in 
writing to the Librarian for the volume to be sent by post or rail. 

11. A borrower is required to sign a voucher for each book he takes out, 
and is responsible for the work so long as the voucher remains uncancelled. 
A book will not be accepted as returned unless it be delivered by hand to 
the official in charge at the Library during Library hours, and the borrower’s 
receipt obtained in exchange. In the case, however, of a member of the 
Institute borrowing through the post, his letter of request shall be counter- 
signed by the Librarian on the day when the volume is despatched, and s hall 
be regarded as the borrower’s voucher. Volumes shall be despatched at 
the cost of the Institute and returned at the cost of borrowers. On the 
return of a book the Librarian shall at once send the member a receipt. Books 
due for return on days when the Library is closed must be returned on the 
first following day when it is open. 


12. Application for renewal must be made personally or by postcard in 
sufficient time to allow of the book being punctually returned if it cannot be 
renewed ; if renewed or otherwise, a notice from the Librarian will be sent. 

13. A fine of threepence must be paid for every day or portion of a day 
during which any volume is retained beyond the time allowed, unless the bor- 
rower can show a written renewal from the Librarian. And a’fine of sixpence 
must be paid for every day or portion of a day during which any volume is 
retained after delivery at the borrower’s address of a notice from the Librarian 
for its return (the day of delivery of such notice not included) 

14. Borrowers are not to trace with ink or with a hard pencil, nor apply 

compasses of any kind to the works. Marking any book by writing, turning 
down leaves, etc., is strictly prohibited : this applies even to correction 
of a misprint, or to a single additional mark in a book, however much pre- 
viously disfigured. Infringement of this rule will render the borrower 
liable to suspension from the use of the Loan Library. A borrower is liable 
to be called upon to replace at his own expense any work lost, marked or 
injured while m his possession, or to pay a fine. ’ 

15 A borrower whose fines are unpaid wili not be permitted to use the 
; k3£' ”1 i™””" 0f ,h ' »' ■ ■>*> be debarred 



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REGISTER OF MEMBERS 

[Additions and Corrections to 15 th October, 1929.] 


* Marked thus have been previously members of Council. The names of members of the present Council 
are printed in full capitals. 

t Marked thus have received the Certificate of Competency to act (i) as District Surveyor in London 
granted by the Institute under the London Building Act, 57 & 58 Viet., cap. ccxiii, section 140 ; or (2) as 
Building Surveyor under Local Acts of Parliament. 

X Marked thus have entered after passing an Examination qualifying for candidature as Associate. 

§ Marked thus have been elected from the class of Licentiates, after passing the qualifying Examination. 

I Marked thus have been elected from the class of Licentiates under Sec. IV Clause C (11) of the 
Supplemental Charter of 1925. 

!l Marked thus have been transferred from the Society of Architects under the provisions of the 
Supplemental Charter of 1925. 

The distinctive affixes to names in this Register are restricted to hereditary titles and titles of honour ; 
University degrees ; to membership of the Royal Academies of Arts, of the English, Scottish and Irish Royal 
Societies and Societies of Antiquaries, of the Institutions of Civil Engineers (Great Britain and Ireland) and 
the Surveyors' Institution and of the House of Commons. 


HONORARY FELLOWS 

Honorary Fellows shall be members of the Roval Family, persons who hold or have held high office 

in the Government of the United Kingdom or of India or of any Colony or Dependency of the United 

Kingdom, and other illustrious or distinguished persons to te elected as the Royal Institute may from 

time to time determine. — Extract from the Charter. 

Elected. 

1921 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, k.g., etc ; St. James’s Palace, S.W.i, 

1928 H.R.H. the Duke of York, k.g. , etc. ; 145 Piccadilly, W.i . 

1879 H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, k.g., etc. ; Bagshot 
Park. 

1910 Balfour : The Rt. Hon. the Earl of, k.g., o.m., p.c. ; Whittinge- 
hame, Prestonkirk, Scotland. 

1923 Burnham : The Rt. Hon. Viscount, g.c.m.g., c.h., m.a., ll.d., 
D.Litt. ; 13 Bryanston Square, W.i . 

19x0 Burns : The Rt. Hon. John, p.c. ; Alverstoke, Clapham Common, 

S.W. 

1929 Canterbury : The Archbishop of, The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon 

Cosmo Gordon Lang, d.d., etc. ; Lambeth Palace, S.E.i. 

1929 Chamberlain : The Rt. Hon. Arthur Neville, p.c., m.p. ; 37 Eaton 
Square, S.W.i. 

1921 Crawford and Balcarres : The Rt. Hon. the Earl of, k.t., p.c., 
ll.d., f.s.a. ; 7 Audley Square, W.i. 

1913 Esher : The Rt. Hon. Viscount, g.c.b., g.c.v.o. ; 2 Tilney Street, 
Mayfair, W. 

1926 Lee of Fareham : The Rt. Hon. Viscount, p.c., g.c.b., g.c.s.i., g.b.e., 
k.c.b. ; White Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey. 

1929 Peel : Viscount, The Rt. Hon. William Robert Wellesley, p.c., 
g.b.e. ; 34 Holland Park, W.n. 

1929 York : The Archbishop of. The Most Rev. William Temple, 
d.d., D.Litt., ; Bishopthorpe, York. 

Total number of Honorary Fellows: 13. 


HONORARY ASSOCIATES 

The Royal Institute may admit as Honorary Associates any persons not professionally engaged in 
practice as architects who bv reason of their position or of their eminence in art, science, literature or any 
other matter or of their interest in matters relating to architecture, the Council may consider eligible for 
that honour . — Extract from the Supplemental Charter, 1925. 

Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1926 196 IjH.R.H. Prince Luis Fernando of Spain ; 6 Rond Point de 

Longchamps, Paris, France. 




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Elected. Number. 

1922 162 

1938 221 


Ashby : Thomas, d.uu., f.s.a., f.b.a. ; 14 Via Vincenzo 

Bellini, Rome 36, Italy. 

Ashmole : Bernard, m.c., m.a., b.litt. ; Director of the 
British School at Rome ; The British School, Valle Giulia, 
Rome (51), Italy. 


1926 

192a 

1926 

1927 

1925 

t 9 2 4 

1887 

1926 

1927 

1914 


204 Batsford : Harry, ii Oakfields Road, Temple Fortune, 

N.W.11. [Speedwell 3279.] 

163 Bell : Charles Francis, m.a., f.s.a. ; Ashmolean Museum, 
Oxford. 

205 Bell : Robert Axning, r.a., r.w.s., r.b.c., Hon. ll.d. ; 28 

Holland Park Road, W .14. 

216 Bone : James, 6 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.4. 1 

186 (|Brabrook : Sir Edward William, c.b. ; Langham House, 

3 Stafford Road, Wallington. 

176 Brangwyn : Frank, r.a., Hon.R.s.A., r.p.e. ; Member of the 
Institut de France, Academy of St. Luke, Rome, Royal 
Academy, Berlin, etc.; Temple Lodge, Queen Street, 
Hammersmith, W. 

76 Brown : Gerald Baldwin, m.a. ; Professor of Fine Art, Univer- 
sity of Edinburgh ; The University, Edinburgh. 

197 ;;Browne : The Rt. Rev. G. F., d.d. ; 2 Campden House Road, 
Kensington, W. 

212 Buckm aster : Martin Arnold, a.r.c.a. ; 17 Coleheme 

Mansions, S.W.5. 

150 Bullough : Edward, m.a. Cantab. ; Fellow of Gonville and 
Caius College, Cambridge, Secretary to the Board of Architec- 
tural Studies, Cambridge ; 6 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge. 


t 92 S 

1926 

1928 

1919 

1926 
1922 

1927 
1910 
1922 
1921 

1928 


194 Cameron : Sir David Young, r.a., r.s.a., ll.d. ; 40 Queen’s 
Road, St. John’s Wood, N.W.8. 

198 ((Carter : The Very Rev. Francis Edward, m.a. ; The Deanery, 

Hadleigh, Suffolk. 

228 Chancellor : Edwin Beresford, M.A.fOxon.), f.s.a., F.R.Hist. 

Soc. ; Brewery House, Stansted, Essex. » 

157 Chatters : Henry William [Fellow 1902], Strathfield, 
Cheltenham. 

199 (;Chujo : Seichiro, 21 Sandagi Hayashicko, Hongokie, Tokio, 

Japan. 

165 Cockerell : Sydney Carlyle, m.a. ; Director of the Fitzwilliam 
Museum, Cambridge. 

217 Conway: Sir William Martin, f.s.a., Hon. Litt.D., m.p. ; 
Allington Castle, near Maidstone. 

134 Cope : Sir Arthur Stockdale, k.c.v.o., r.a. ; 31 Palace Gate, 
Kensington, W.8. 

167 Cranage : Rev. David Herbert Somerset, Litt.D., f.s.a. ; 
The Deanery, Norwich. 

160 Creswell : Keppel Archibald Cameron, f.s.a. [12 Regent’s 
Park Road, X.W .] , 1 Sharia Hasan el Akbar, Cairo, Egypt. 
229 Creswell . Captain \\ ' l 1.1 am Thomas, Barnster-at-Law, 
Associate Surveyors' Institution ; 3 Temple Gardens’, 

Temple, E.C.4. 



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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1929 234 Daniel : Augustus Moore, National Gallery, Trafalgar 

Square, W.C. 

1928 227 Davies : Hugh, H.M. Staff Inspector of Technical Schools ; 

13 Ashbourne Avenue, Golders Green, N.W.n. 

1928 226 Davies : William Robert, c.b. ; Assistant Secretary, Techno- 

logical Branch, H.M. Board of Education ; 26 Ashley Place, 
Westminster, S.W.i. 

1896 101 Davison : T. Raffles, “ Whistler’s Hollow,” Woldingham, 

Surrey. 

1926 207 Davison : Sir William Henry, k.b.e., d.l., m.p. ; 14 Kensing- 

ton Park Gardens, W.n. 

1926 200 If of Andrade : His Excellency Major Alfreda Augijsto 

Freire. 

1925 188 Dearmer : The Rev. Percy, m.a., d.d. ; Professor of Ecclesi- 

astical Art and Lecturer in Art, King’s College, University 
of London ; 9 Embankment Gardens, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

1920 158 Ditchfield : Rev. Peter Hampson, ma., f.s.a. ; The 

Rectory, Barkham, Wokingham, Berks. 

1925 189 Earle : Sir Lionel, k.c.b., k.c.v.o., c.m.g., j.p. ; 14 Sloane 

Gardens, S.W. 

1910 135 Evans : Sir Arthur John, D.Litt.Oxon., Hon. LL.D.Edin., 

Hon. D.Lit:. Dublin, M.A., f.r.s., f.s.a. [Royal Gold Medallist 
1909] ; Youlbury, Berks. 

1 1924 175 Faber: Oscar, o.b.e., d.sc., m.inst.c.e. (Consulting Engineer), 

37 Duke Street, Oxford Street, W.i. [Welbeck 8337.] 

190a 115 Freeman : George Mallows, k.c. ; The Grey Friars, 

Winchelsea, Sussex. 

1 1926 203 Griggs : Frederick Landseer Maur, a.r.a. ; Campden, 

Gloucestershire . 


1 1928 230 Hanneford-Smith : William, f.r.s.e., assoc.inst.c.e. ; 3 The 

| Avenue, Gravesend, Kent. 

1926 208 Heath : Sir Henry Frank, k.c.b. ; 5 Milbourne Lane, Esher 

Park, Surrey. 

I 1928 222 Heaton : Noel, b.sc., f.c.s. ; 1 Hilly Fields Crescent, S.E.4. 

I 1926 209 Hill : Leonard Erskine, m.b., m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p., f.r.s., 

S Fellow of University College, London ; Director, Depart- 

ment of Applied Physiology, National Institute for Medical 
Research ; Nicholas Wood, Amersham Road, Chalfont St. 

, Peter, Bucks. [Chalfont St. Giles 144.] 

1902 1 14 Hudson: Alfred Arthur, k.c. ; President of the Tribunal of 

Appeal under the London Building Act ; 5 Paper Buildings, 
Temple, E.C. 

192a 172 Hudson : Edward, 15 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 

S.W.i. 


1900 

190S 


1 12 Jackson: Frank Newton, a.m.inst.c.e. ; 26 Bedford Row, 
W.C . 1 . [Central 8511.] 

126 John : Sir William Goscombe, r.a. ; Membre Correspondant 
de 1’Institut de France ; 24 Greville Road, St. John’s Wood, 
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Serial 


Elected. Number. 

1923 174 

1927 

219 

1885 

71 

1928 

223 

1908 

130 

1928 

231 

1926 

206 

1924 

177 

1927 

1912 

220 

*47 

1927 

213 

1908 

1926 

13* 

201 

1922 

168 

1910 

146 

1925 

184 

1922 

169 

1928 

225 

1910 

145 

19*5 

153 

1929 

235 


Kenyon : Sir Frederic George, g.b.e., k.c.b., m.a., D.Litt. ; 
Director and Principal Librarian at the British Museum, 
W.C. ; Kirkstead, Godstone, Surrey. 

Kinloch-Cooke : Sir Clement, Bart., k.b.e. ; 3 Mount 

Street, W.i. 

Latham : Morton, mus.bac. ; Hollow Dene, Frensham, 
Famham, Surrey. 

Laurie : Arthur Pillans, m.a. Cantab., D.sc.Edin., f.r.s.e., 
f.c.s., Honorary r.s.a. ; Principal of the Heriot-Watt College, 
Edinburgh, and Professor of Chemistry to the Royal Academy 
of Arts, London ; 22A Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh. 

Locke : William John, b.a. Cantab. [Secretary R.I.B.A . 
1897-1907] ; Les Arcades, Cannes, France. 


MacColl : Dugald Sutherland, M.A.(Lond.), LL.D.(Glasgow), 
LiTT.D.(Oxon.), Fellow of University College, London ; 
51 Hampstead Way, N.W.11. 

Mackail : John Wii.liam, m.a., ll.d., f.b.a. ; Professor of 
Ancient Literature in the Royal Academy, 6 Pembroke 
Gardens, W.8. 

Maclagan : Eric Robert Dalrymple, c.b.e. ; Director of the 
Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, S.W.7. 

Marriott: Charles, ii Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

Marshall: Sir John, c.i.e., Litt.D., f.s.a. ; Director-General 
of Archaeology in India ; Benmore, Simla, India. 

HMiddleton : George Alexander Thomas, 50 Whiteley Road, 
Gipsy Hill, S.E.19. 

Moira : Gerald Edward, 34 Addison Road, W. 

PIonkswell : The Rt. Hon. Lord, 117 Prior’s House, St. 
James’s Court. S.W.i. 

Montgomery : Henry Greville, j.p. ; 40 Wynnstay Gardens, 
Kensington, W.8. 

Moore: Charles H., a. m. ; Professor of Art, and Director of 
the Fogg Art Museum of Harvard University (Retired), Hon. 
Member of the American Institute of Architects, and of the 
Boston Society of Architects ; Wellfield, Hartley Wintney, 
Winchfield, Hants. 


||Naldrett : Edward James, Barrister-at-Law, 3 Temple 
Gardens, Temple, E.C.4. 

New: Edmund Hort, Hon. M.A.Oxon. j 17 Worcester 
Place, Oxford. 

Norris : The Very Rev. William Foxley, c.v.o., D.D.(Oxon ) • 
Dean of Westminster ; The Deanery, Westminster, S.W.t 


Paget : Sir Richard Arthur Surtees, Bart. [Cranmore Hall 
Shepton Mallet, Somerset], 1 Devonshire Terrace, Lancaste 
Oate, W.2. 

Peacock : Sir Walt®, k.c.v o. ; Secretary of the Prince o 
Wales s Council, 3 Buckingham Gate, S W 

"rSS*. Sj. M A ' > 8 *”«'* E ‘“ h W-k, In* 


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77 


Serial 


Elected. Number. 

I9IO 14O 

1922 

170 

1920 

159 

1921 

161 

1904 

124 

1914 

151 

1927 

214 

1925 

183 

1899 

no 

1 1928 

232 


Petrie : Professor Sir William Flinders, d.c.l., Litt.D., ll.d., 
ph.d., F.R.s. ; University College, Gower Street, W.C. 

Phillips : R. Randal, Atherton House, Ham, near Richmond, 
Surrey. 

Piper : Edward William Harvey, “ Gyppeswyk,” 12 Elms 
Road, Clapham Common, S.W.4. 

Plume : William T., Editor of The Builder, 4 Catherine 
Street, Aldwych, W.C. 

Plunkett : George Noble, Count, b.l., f.s.a. ; 40 Elgin 
Road, Dublin. 

Portal : Sir William Wyndham, Bart., M.A.Oxon., f.s.a., 
d.l., j.p. ; Laverstoke House, Whitchurch, Hants. 

Reynolds-Stephens : William, President of the Royal 
Society of British Sculptors, Chevalier of the Order of the 
Crown of Belgium ; 6 Mortimer Place, N.W.6. 

HRiddell : The Rt. Hon. Lord, 20 Queen Anne’s Gate, West- 
minster, S.W.l. [Victoria 0036.] 

Robbins : Rev. John, m.a. ; Saint George’s Vicarage, Campden 
Hill, W.8. 

Ross : Thomas Harry, m.a., mus.doc., f.r.c.o., Hon. Canon 
and Canon Precentor of Leicester Cathedral, Patron and 
Rector of Church Langton ; Church Langton Rectory, 
Market Harborough. 


H 192 s 

4 

187 

I J 925 

190 

1 *925 

i95 

j »9o6 

128 

If 1929 

236 

t 1926 

202 

1 1910 

142 

1 1924 

178 

i 1925 

182 

1 1926 

210 


1929 


237 



224 

191 


||Saye and Sele : The Rt. Hon. Lord, Broughton Castle, 
Banbury. 

Shaw : Evelyn Campbell, m.v.o. ; 39 Gilston Road, S.W.10. 

Smith : Arthur Hamilton, c.b., m.a., f.b.a., f.s.a. ; President 
of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies 
[2 Balfour Road, Weybridge, Surrey] ; The British School 
at Rome, Valle Giulia, Rome, Italy. 

Smith: Sir Cecil Harcourt, c.v.o., ll.d.; 62 Rutland Gate, 
S.W.7. 

Smith : Sir Philip Colville, c.v.o. ; 55-60 Great Queen 
Street, W.C.2. 

[Soil: Eugene J., Toumai, Hainault, Belgium. 

Spielmann : Marion Harry, f.s.a. ; Uplands, Folkestone. 

Squire: John Collings, Swan House, Chiswick Mall, W.4. 

Steggall : John Edward Aloysius, m.a. Cantab., f.r.s.e. ; 
Professor of Mathematics in the University of St. Andrews, 
at University College, Dundee ; Woodend, Perth Road, 
Dundee. 

Stradling : Reginald Edward, m.c., d.sc., ph.d., assoc, 
m.inst.c.e. ; Director of Building Research, Department of 
Scientific and Industrial Research, Building Research 
Station, Bucknall’s Lane, Garston, near Watford. 

Thompson : Alexander Hamilton, m.a., Hon. D.Litt., f.b.a., 
f.s.a., Professor of History, University of Leeds ; Beck 
Cottage, Adel, Leeds. 

Townroe : Bernard Stephen, m.a. ; 53 Netherhall Gardens, 
N.W.3. 

Turner : Laurence Arthur, f.sa. ; 56 Doughty Street, 
W.C.i. 




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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1886 75 Unwin : William Cawthorne, b.sc., f.r.s., m.inst.c.e. ; 

Professor at the City and Guilds of London Institute ; 7 
Palace Gate Mansions, Kensington, W. 


1925 192 

1928 233 

1910 144 

1922 171 

1929 238 

1926 21 1 

1924 181 


| [van Hulsteyn : Sir William ; “ Hilversum,” P.O. Cedar- 
mont, Transvaal, South Africa. 


Ware : Major-General Sir Fabian Arthur Goulstone, 
k.c.v.o., k.b.e., c.b., c.m.g. ; The Dial Cottage, Amberley, 
Gloucestershire. 

Weaver : Sir Lawrence, k.b.e., f.s.a. ; 38 Hamilton Terrace, 
N.W.8. [Maida Vale 4176.] 

Weller : Henry Owen, b.sc., m.inst.c.e. ; c/o Education 
Department, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

Woodward: Arthur Maurice, m.a., f.s.a. ; c/o Westminster 
Bank, Ltd., 154 Harley Street, W.i. 

Woolley : Charles Leonard, m.a. ; Uplands, Bathwick 
Hill, Bath. 


Yerbury : Francis Rowland, 33 Bedford Place, W.C.i. 


Total number of Honorary Associates : 97. 


HONORARY CORRESPONDING MEMBERS 

Honorary Corresponding Members shall be persons not being British subjects and not residing within 
the United Kingdom nor practising as Architects in India or in any Colony or Dependency of the United 
Kingdom who by reason of their eminence as Architects or as Archaeologists or for artistic, scientific or 
literary acquirements may appear to the Council able to render assistance in promoting the objects of ’the 
Royal Institute . — Extract from the Charter . 


AUSTRIA 

Elected. 

1892 Ferstel : Max, Architect, Hofrat ; Professor of Architecture at the 
Technical High School, Stammgasse 12, Vienna, III/2. 

1923 Strzygowski : Dr. Josef, Professor of History of Art, Vienna 
University, Horlg 6, Vienna IX. 


BELGIUM 

1914 
1907 
1927 

1909 
1929 


1897 


Brunfaut : Jules A. E., 104 Avenue Moliere, Brussels. 

Caluwaers . Jean-Joseph, 290 Avenue Louise, Brussels. 

Coomans : Jules, Architecte Ingenieur of the Town of Ypres Yores 
Delpy : Adrien, 63 Rue Belliard, Brussels. ’ ' 

Horta : Victor Pierre, Architecte, Professeur honoraire a l’Universite 
Libre de Bruxelles, Directeur et Professor a l’Academie Royale des 
Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles ancientitulaire du Cours d’Architecture a 
1 Jnstitut Supeneur des Beaux-Arts a Anvers, Membre de l’Academie 
Royale de Belgique, Membre de la Commission Rovale des Monu- 
ments, etc., etc. \ 136 Avenue Louise, Bruxelles. 

Windebs : Jean Jacques, Architecte, 85 rue du Peage, Antwerp. 



Register of Hon. Corresponding Members 


79 


DENMARK 

Elected 

1934 Brummer : Commendatore Carl, m.a. ; Member of the Royal 
Academy of Art, Copenhagen ; Laxegade 4, Copenhagen. 

1926 Monberg : Christen Emanuel, Member of the Royal Academy of 
Art, Copenhagen, Amaliegade 29A, Copenhagen. 

1926 Rafn : Aage, Amaliegade 27, Copenhagen. 

FINLAND : — 

1924 Saarinen : Eliel, c/o George Booth, Esq., Cranbrook, Birmingham, 
Michigan, U.S.A. 


FRANCE : — 

1922 Arnaud : Edouard, Director of the Teaching of Construction, Ecole 
des Beaux -Arts, 11 Rue de Teheran, Paris (8e). 

1907 Bonnier : Louis, 31 Rue de Berlin, Paris. 

1926 Defrasse : Alphonse, President, Societe des Architectes Diplomes 
par le Gouvernement, 1929, Inspecteur General des Batiments Civils 
et des Palaise Nationales, Architecte en Chef de la Banque de France ; 
31 Rue de Toumon, Paris (6e). 

1928 Garnier : Tony, Architecte en Chef du Gouvernement ; 331 Cours 
Gambetta a Lyon. 

1909 Girault : Charles Louis [Royal Gold Medallist 1920], 36 Avenue 
6 Henri-Martin, Paris. 

i 1907 IIarmand : Georges, 134 Rue de Rivoli, Paris. 

* 1922 Hebrard : Ernest, Grand Prix de Rome 1904, 23 Rue Jacob, Paris (6e). 

1912 Laloux : Victor Alexandre Frederic, [Royal Gold Medallist 1929], 
s 2 Rue de Solf^rino, Paris. 

! 1926 Legros : Georges, Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur, 121 Avenue de 

Wagram, Paris. 

1928 L£on : Paul, Directeur General des Beaux-Arts. Membre de l’Institut ; 
15 Rue de la Pompe, Paris. 

4 1929 Letrosne : Charles, Architecte diplome par le Gouvernement, 
I Expert pris le tribunal de la Seine, Officier de la Legion d’honneur ; 

! 21 Rue Henri Rochefort, Paris XVII. 

j 1921 Louvet : Albert, hi Boulevard de la Reine (Seine and Oise), 
Versailles. 

1905 Nenot : Henri Paul [ Royal Gold Medallist 1917 ], 17 Rue de la 
Sorbonne, Paris. 

1907 Poupinel : Jacques Maurice, 22 Avenue Jules Janin, Paris. 
GERMANY 

1927 Bonatz : Professor Paul, am Bismarckturm 45, Stuttgart. 

1891 Dorpfeld : Professor Dr. Wilhelm [Royal Gold Medallist 1911I, 
Flurstrasse 3, Miinchen-Grafelfing. 

1927 Fischer: Professor Theodor, Agnes Bemauerstr. 1 12, Munchen. 
1927 Hoffman: Ludwig, Margaretenstrasse 18, Berlin, W.io. 

1896 Le Coq : Professor Dr. Albert von, Museum fur Volkerkunde, 120 
’ Koniggratzer Str., Berlin. 

. 1927 Schumacher : Professor Fritz, Dr. ing. h.c.. Dr. med. h.c., Dr.teckn. 

i h.c. ; An der Alster 39, Hamburg. [Nordsee 1059.] 

’ 1895 Stubben: Dr. J., Architect, Engelstrasse 45, Munster Westf. 


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HOLLAND 

Elected. 

1928 Berlage : Hendrik Petrus, Dr., h.c., Universities of Groningen, 
Delft, Zurich and Vienna ; Gravenhage, Violenweg 14, The Hague. 

1906 Cuypebs : Joseph Theodore John, c.e. ; 19 Vondelstraat, Amsterdam. 

1924 Slothouwer : Dirk Frederik, Professor of the History of Architecture 

at the Technical High School, Delft ; P.C. Hooftstraat 143, Amster- 
dam. 

HUNGARY 

1926 Hultl : Dr. Desiderius von, Professor of the Technical University, 
Budapest, Rezoda utca 5, Budapest 1. 

1926 Korb : Professor Florestan, viii Baross utca 74, Budapest. 

ITALY 

1907 Cannizzaro : Mariano Eduardo, 12 Via Lucrezio Caro, Rome. 

1925 Giovannoni : Gustavo, Professor of Architecture in the R. Scuo'a 

d’Ingeneria and in the R. Scuola sup, d’Architetura in Rome, Via 
Torino 135, Rome. 

1925 Sciortino : Antonio, Professor of Arts, Honorary Director of the 
British Academy of Arts in Rome, 53 Via Margutta (Palazzio Patrizi), 
Rome. 

NORWAY : — 

1924 Fett : Dr. Phil Harry, Riksantikvariatet, Akersgt 42, Oslo. 
PORTUGAL 

1897 Bermudes : Arnaldo Rodondo Adaes, Rua de S. Joao Nepomuceno, 
22, i°, Lisbon. 

1907 Terra : Ventura. 

RUSSIA : — 

1907 Boker : Robert, 39 Boulevard Gambetta, Nice, France. 

SPAIN : — 

1925 Cort Y Boti : Cesar, Principal, Madrid School of Architecture, 

Segovia 6, Madrid. 

1901 Palacio : Sr. Don M. Alberto de, Arquitecto, Espalter 6, pral. 
Madrid. 

SWEDEN : — 

1892 Clason : Gustav, Kammakaregatan 10, Stockholm. 

1892 Folcker : Eric Gustaf. 

1924 Ostberg : Ragnar [ Royal Gold Medallist 1926], Professor at the Royal 
Academy of Art, Sweden, 10 Blasieholmstorg, Stockholm 
1928 Tengbom : Ivar, Architect at the Roval Palace ; Director-in-Chief 
of the Roval Board of Public Works ; Member of the Roval Academy 
of .Art, Stockholm ; Kungstradgardsgatan xo, Stockholm. 

SWITZERLAND 

1895 Vioxxier : Louis, 40 Chemin des Cottages, Geneva. 


Register of Hon. Corresponding Members 


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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Elected. 

1904 Brown : Glenn, Corcoran Courts, 23D and D Streets, N.W 
Washington, D.C. ' ’* 

1914 Cram: Ralph Adams, Litt.D., f.r.g.s. ; 15 Beacon Street, Boston 

Mass. 1 

1922 Emerson : Professor William, Director of the Department of Archi- 
tecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 491 Boylston Street 
Boston, Mass. ’ 

1907 Gilbert : Cass, ll.d. ; 244 Madison Avenue, Southwest Comer 
38th Street, New York City. 

1929 Hammond : Charles Herrick, President, The American Institute of 
Architects, 1335 East 52nd Street, Hyde Park Station, Chicago 
Illinois. ’ ' 

1922 Hastings : Thomas, Hon. m. arch. Liverpool [ Royal Gold Medallist 
1922] ; 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York. 

1922 Platt : Charles A., 101 Park Avenue, New York. 

1922 Stevens : Commendatore Gorham Phillips, Director of the American 
Academy in Rome, Porta San Pancrazio, Rome, Italy. 

1926 Waid : Dan Everett, b.s., ll.d. ; 1 Madison Avenue, New York. 

Total number of Honorary Corresponding Members: 61 . 


FELLOWS (F.R.I.B.A.) 


Subject to the provisions of this Our Charter no person shall be admitted a Fellow of the Royal Institute 
unless he shall at the time of such admission have attained the age of thirty years and be cither 

(а) An Associate of the Royal Institute or a person who has passed an examination qualifying for 

admission to the class of Associates or 6 

(б) A Licentiate of the Royal Institute who has passed such examination or examinations as may from 
time to time be prescribed by the Council as a qualification for the admission of Licentiates to the 
class of Fellows, 

and in either case has been engaged as a principal for at least seven successive years in the practice of 
architecture or 

(c) An Associate or Licentiate as hereinafter mentioned who is qualified to the satisfaction of the Council 
as follows and who has been approved by the Council for nomination, that is to sav * 

(i) An Associate not in private practice who is or has been in a position of responsibility for the 
design of architectural work or who is otherwise by his professional attainments considered 
eligible. 

(ii) A Licentiate over 6o years of age who has been engaged as a principal for at least seven successive 
years in the practice of architecture or who is or has been in a position of responsibility for the 
design of architectural work. 

PROVIDED however that the Council shall have power to elect and admit as a Fellow any eminent 
architect who shall have attained the age of 30 years and shall have been engaged as a principal for at least 
seven successive years in the practice of architecture and as to whom the Council may resolve that it is desirable 
to elect and admit him as a Fellow . — [Extract from the Supplemental Charter , 1925.) 


Assoc. Fellow. 

— 1925 

1915 1925 

— 1928 

— 1896 


Serial 

Number. 

2248 f Abbott : Ernest Henry, 6 Warwick Court, Gray’s Inn 
W.C.i. [Chancery 7208.] 

2234*}: Abercrombie : Professor Leslie Patrick, m. a. Liverpool, 
[ Distinction in Thesis] [Department of Civic Design,' 
School of Architecture, University of Liverpool. 
Liverpool]; 18 Village Road, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

2598YHABRAMS : Herbert John Sinclair (H. J. S. Abrams & 
Son), 19 Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 
5575 •] 

741 * Adams : Harry Percy (Adams, Holden & Pearson) 
[Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1888 ; R.I.B.A. Donaldson 
Medallist 1888-89 ; Godwin Bursar 1894] ; 9 Knights- 
bridge, Hyde Park Corner, S.W.i. [Sloane 4300.] 



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Assoc, Fellow. Number. „ „ T 

— 102 s 2158 IIAdams : Professor Henry, m.inst.c.e., f.s.i. (Henry 

‘ ' Adams & Son) [The Cedars, Brockley View, Forest 

Hill, S.E.23] ; 60 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4. 
[City 2400.] • 

1805 1919 1647 X Adams : Percy Henry (Adams & Gardner) [“ Mathoura,” 

Warlingham, Surrey. — Purley 10x1] ; 32 Craven 

Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 4892.] 

1909 1925 2219 t A dams : Percy Tidswell (Adams & Small), Imperial 

Bank Building, Prince Street, Colombo, Ceylon. 

[ T.A . Pencil, Colombo.] 

19 25 2268 § Adams : William Henry, Borough Engineer and 

Surveyor to Hornsey, Town Hall, Highgate, N.6. 
[Mountview 1812.] 

1028 2646 ‘Adkin : Alexander George, The Chambers, Ukley, 

Yorks. [Ilkley 510.] 

— 1905 997 *ADSHEAD : STANLEY DAVENPORT, M.A.Liver- 

pool, Hon.M.ARCH.Liverpool (Adshead & Ramsey ) ; 
Vice-President 1921-22, Professor of Town Planning, 
University of London, 46 Great Russell Street, W.C. 
[Museum 2759.] 

1925 2190 Aga : Burjor Sorabshaw Jamshedji (Shapoorjee N. 

Chandabhoy & Co.), Morarbhai Building, 43 Apollo 
Street, Fort, Bombay, India. [Bombay 20356.] 

— 1904 961 Aickman : William Arthur, 58 Gordon Square, W.C.i. 

[Museum 6550.) 

— 1921 1749 § Alexander : Samuel Grant, m.b.e., j.p. ; Member of 

the American Institute of Architects ; P.O. Box 1234, 
Asheville, N.C., LLS.A. 

— 1907 1346 Alison: James Pearson, 45 Bridge Street, Hawick, 

Scotland. [Hawick 0597.] 

— 1925 2062 [‘Allan : George Alexander, 8 Gray’s Inn Square, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 7924.] 

— 1915 1574 §Ali.an : John Alexander Ogg [ Godwin Bursar 1909, 

Just. Medallist (Essays) 1910], 25 Union Terrace, 
Aberdeen. 

— 1927 2466 f Allardyce : Henry William, Wilmar Cottage, Lonsdale 

Road, Southend-on-Sea. 

1896 1926 2336*]: Allcock : Edward Thomas, 12 Baxter Gate, Lough- 

borough. [Loughborough 10.] 

1904 1912 1465 J Allen : Ernest Gladstone (Allen & Potter), n Arundel 

Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 6837.] 

— 1919 1642 § Allen : George Pemberton, 81 High Street, Bedford 

(Bedford 347.] 

1910 1915 1581 JAllen : John Gordon, 435 Strand, W.C. [Gerrard 3781.] 
1904 1919 i 68 4 t A llison : Sir Richard John, c.b.e. [63 Hornsey Lane 

Highgate, N.6] ; H.M. Office of Works, S.W.i. 

1920 1926 2414 J Allison : William, p.a.s.i. ; 22 Orchard Street, 

Portman Square, W. 1. [Welbeck 2392.] 

1909 1923 1922 JAllner : James [Auster, Island Road, Parkstone 

Dorset— Parkstone 877] ; High Street, Poole, Dorset’ 
[Poole 182.I 

1902 1913 1493 JAllsop : George Wilfred, 212 Victoria Arcade 

Auckland, New Zealand. ’ 

— 1916 1607 §Alsop : Rodney Howard (Rodney Alsop & A. Bramwell 

Smith), Henty House, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 



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Assoc. 

1888 

1884 


1909 

1915 

1889 

1892 

1900 

1903 

1920 


Serial 

Fellow. Number. 

1900 824*1 Ambler : Louis, f.s.a. ; Temple Chambers, Temple 

Avenue, E.C.4. [City 8242.] 

1928 2604! '1 An ag : George (Homblower & Anag), 2 Devonshire 

Terrace, Portland Place, W.i. [Welbeck 4186], and 
7 Sweeting Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 
4783 J 

1922 1875 [Anderson : Andrew Whitford [Inst. Medallist (Draw- 

ings) 1884], 58 High Street, Watford. [Watford 705.] 
1926 2350 ^Anderson: Arthur Ernest, 438 Jean Talon West, 

Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1928 2611 Anderson : Arthur William, 7 Bridge Street, Sydney, 

New South Wales, Australia. 

1925 2207 [[Anderson : Henry McClure, (Cook and Anderson), 

Equitable Chambers, 1, Victoria Road, Tientsin, North 
China. 

1920 1704 J Anderson : Captain Herbert Cooper, r.e. ; Executive 

Engineer, Public Works Department, Magwe Division, 
Burma. 

1925 2191 [|Anderson : James Rae, Sind Club, Karachi, India. 

192s 2269 §|| Anderson : Stanley Perfitt, Creek House, High 

Street, Kingston-on-Thames. [Kingston 4242.1 

1926 2369 [Andrew : Harry (F. J. Horth & H. Andrew), Custom 

House Buildings, Whitefriargate, Hull. [Hull Central 
6739-] 

1928 262 1 '[[Andrews : Francis Baugh, f.s.a., f.r.hist.s. (Francis 
B. Andrews & Son) ; 95 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 
[Birmingham Central 5413.] 

1925 2192 [[Andrews : George Samuel Burt, m.inst.c.e. ; Muni- 
cipal Offices, P.O. Box 351, Johannesburg, South 
Africa. 

1927 2520 [Angel: Robert John, m.inst.c.e. [Grissell Gold Medallist 

1891] ; 9 Vanbrugh Hill, Westcombe Park Road, 

Blackheath, S.E.3. [Greenwich 0217.] 

1922 i88s*[Ansell : William Henry, m.c. ; 59 Doughty Street, 
W.C.i. [Holbom 4412.] 

1925 2177 HArcher : Captain Edgar Percy Johnson, 73-76 King 

William Street, E.C4. [Central 2105.] 

1928 2558 [Archer : Edward Percy, 3 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s 

Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 8467.] 

1924 1972 [Archer-Betham : Arthur, Architect to Government, 

P.W.D., Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa. 

1921 1750 §Armour : John (J. & J. Armour), 43 Bridgegate, Irvine, 

Ayrshire, Scotland. [Irvine 79.] 

1920 1717 § Armstrong : Charles Montague Cecil (Armstrong & 

Gardner) ; 39 High Street, Warwick. [Warwick 194.] 

1920 1723 §Arnott : James Alexander (Auldjo Jamieson & Amott), 

13 Young Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 22204.] 

1921 1751 § Arthur : Colonel John Maurice, c.m.g., d.s.o. (George 

Arthur & Son) ; 4 Graham Street, Airdrie [Airdrie 45] ; 
and 233 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow 
Central 848.] 

1925 2172 [|Ash : Sidney (Harrison & Ash), 22 Ellison Place, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 5948.] 
1907 1348 Ashbee : Charles Robert, m .a .C antab ; Godden Green, 

near Sevenoaks. [Seal 109.] 


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Assoc- Fellow Nu-nber. . ,, TT 

1880 1886 374 fAsHBRiDGE : Arthur, Chigwell Hurst, Finner, 

Middlesex. 

1907 1349 * ASHLEY : HENRY V. (Ashley & Newman), Vice- 

President [20 Frognal Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.3] ; 
14 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. [Chancery 8368.] 

1920 1924 1943 J Ashton : Arthur, p.a.s.i. ; 33 Parade, Leamington 

Spa. [Leamington 826.] 

1879 1903 902 *Atkin-Berry : William Henry, 143 Cannon Street, 

E.C.4. [Central 5740.] 

i9 25 2213 || Atkinson : Arthur Spence, 15 Stanley Street, Liverpool. 

X925 2002 ||Atkinson : George Walter, i Mark Lane, Leeds. 

[Leeds 21609.] 

1910 1915 1564*]: ATKINSON : ROBERT, Hon. M.ARCH.(Liverpool) 

[Tite Prizeman 905] ; 36 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1Q25 2063 ||Atkinson : Thomas Beecroft, Trinity House Chambers, 

Trinity House Lane, Hull. [Hull 613.] 

1889 1910 1429 JAtkinson : Thomas Dinham, Architectural Surveyor to 

Winchester Cathedral and College ; Diocesan Sur- 
veyor, Winchester ; 1 1 Southgate Street, Winchester. 
[Winchester 409.] 

— 1888 437*JAvvdry : Graham Clifford, r.w.a. (Foster, Wood & 

Awdry) ; 35 Park Street, Bristol. 

1912 1929 2652 JAxten : Herbert Joseph, 51 Threadneedle Street, 

E.C.2. [London Wall 6122.] 

1892 1901 842 JAyling : Robert Stephen [Godwin Bursar 1897], 

S3 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 
5886.] 

1914 1926 2415 JAylwin : Guy Maxwell (Falkner & Aylwin), 24 West 

Street, Famham, Surrey. [Famham 574.] 

1903 1920 1666 J Ayrton : Ormrod Maxwell, 7 Grosvenor Street, New 

Bond Street, W.i. [Mayfair 1470.] 

1920 1928 2622 JBadcock : Paul (Maktns & Badcock) [Pharos, Fairmile 

Lane, Cobham, Surrey] ; 33 Henrietta Street, Strand, 
W.C.2. [Gerrard 0042.] 

1881 1888 429*] B AGO all AY : Frank Thomas [Class of Proficiency 1877, 

Vol. Arch. Exam., Ashpitel Prizeman 1877], 11 Ridg- 
way Place, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 

1904 1926 24i6]JBagot : Walter Hervey (Woods, Bagot, Jory & 

Layboume Smith), Richards Building, Currie Street, 
Adelaide, South Australia. [Adelaide Central 1604.] 
1895 1905 981 JBailey : Harold (Harold Bailey & Dudley), “ Stoke,” 

Coomb Warren, Kingston Hill, Surrey [Kingston 
632], and 92 Victoria Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 9589.] 
1892 1900 815 JBain : John, County Council Offices, Newport, Mon. 

1920 1928 2359 JBain : Captain Victor, 38 Albion Street, Leeds. 
[Leeds 25145.] 

— 1925 2182 Baines : Sir Frank, k.c.v.o., c.b.e. [“ Hillside,” Lough- 

ton, Essex]; 13 Deans Yard, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Franklin 6692 and 6693.] 

— 1925 2064 1 1 Baines : Reginald Palmer (George Baines & Son) 121 

Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 

2253-] 

— 1906 1090 Baird : Thomas, jun., 124 Bothwell Street, Glasgow 

C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 1466.] 


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Serial 

Assoc. Fellow. Number. 

1890 1900 804* J BAKER : Sir HERBERT, a.r.a. [Ashpitel Prizeman 

1889 ; Royal Gold Medallist 1927] ; Representative in 
London of the Institute of South African Architects , 14 
Barton Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [T.A. Erbakera, 
Pari, London. — Victoria 9444.] 

— 1928 2599 Baker : Thomas Henry ; Chairman of the Colchester and 

District Chapter of the Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire 
Society of Architects ; Head Gate Court, Colchester. 

— 1906 1091 BALFOUR : ANDREW, President of the Glasgow 

Institute of Architects, no Main Street, Blythswood 
Square, Glasgow. [Glasgow 1691.] 

— 1927 2511 Ball: Joseph Lancaster, 25 Paradise Street, 

Birmingham. 

1920 1928 2587 J Banks : William Arthur, 76 Wellington Road South, 
Stockport. [Stockport 3829.] 

1888 1926 2370 JBarker : Philip Edward, 32 King Street West, Man- 

chester. [Manchester Central 3678.] 

1899 1925 1995 JBarker : Raymond Turner [Ashpitel Prizeman 1899], 

1 1 Buckingham Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 261 .] 

— 1913 1504 § Barnard : Leonard Willlam (Leonard W. Barnard & 

Partners), 14 Promenade, Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 
3690] ; and at 33 Southgate Street, Winchester. 
[Winchester 473.] 

1894 1911 I4S8*JBARNES : Major HARRY (Harry Barnes & Partners), 

Vice-President 1923-1926, 18 Abingdon Street, West- 
minster, S.W.i. [Victoria 2794.] 

1911 1921 1848 JBarnish : Leonard (Grayson & Bamish), 606 Royal Liver 
Building, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 3425.] 

— 1925 2116 i Barrett : Herbert Stanley. 

1894 1910 1432 JBarrow : Ernest Robert [Ashpitel Prizeman 1893], 

Lennox House, Norfolk Street, W.C.2. [Gerrard 5201 .] 
1891 1904 928 JBartlett: Arthur Edward, 18 Adam Street, Adelphi, 

W.C.2. 

— 1925 2233 HBassett-Smith : Walter B., Kyvalley, Kyabram, 

Victoria, Australia. 

— 1899 783 *Batchelor : Frederick, a.r.h.a. ; c/o R.I.B.A., 9 

Conduit Street, W.i. 

1895 1898 758*JBateman : Charles Edward (“ Batemans ”) [28 Victoria 

Street, Westminster, S.W.i. — Victoria 5228], 18 Ben- 
nett’s Hill, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 2099.] 
1904 1926 2371 JBates : Ernest, 27 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4. [City 

2748.] 

— 1925 2150 ||Bayliss : Francis Charles, Chanctonbury, Angmering- 

on-Sea, Sussex. [Rustington 113.] 

— 1925 2137 ||Bazeley : Montague Alton, 21 Princess Square, 

Plymouth. [Plymouth 272.] 

i( }27 2482 §[Beard : John Stanley Coombe (J. Stanley Beard & 

Clare), National Bank House, 101-3 Baker Street, W.i. 
[Welbeck 2858 and 2859.] 

xqo6 1130 Beattie : George Lennox, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 7 Edith 

Grove, Chelsea, S.W. 

xSpx 581 *Beaumont : James William (J. W. Beaumont & Sons), 

24 Brazennose Street, Manchester. [Manchester 
Central 2693.] 


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190s 

Fellow. 

1921 

1892 

1927 

— 

1926 

— 

1928 

1891 

1901 

— 

1926 

1912 

1922 

— 

1921 

— 

1925 

— 

1926 

1925 

1925 

1909 

1926 

1911 

1925 

— 

1927 

1902 

1927 

1905 

— 

1925 

— 

1914 

1912 

1923 

1921 

1921 

1888 

1921 

1902 

t88i 

1924 

1891 

1920 

1925 


Serial 

Number. 

1849 J Beaumont : William Somerville, m.c. (J. W. Beaumont 

& Sons) ; 24 Brazennose Street, Manchester. [Man- 
chester Central 2693.] 

2472 JBeckett : John Herbert (Beckett & Bloore), 18 Market 
Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. [Longton 3784 ; 
Stoke 48169 ; Stone, Staffs 153.] 

2364 ^Beckwith : Henry Langton, f.s.i. ; Bank Chambers, 
3 Cook Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 1268.] 
2570 Bedingfield : Waller King (Fosbrooke & Bedingfield), 
1 Museum Square, Leicester. [Leicester Central 762.] 
854 JBegg : John [ Pugin Student 1890, Ashpitel Prizeman 
1891, Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1894], President of the 
Edinburgh Architectural Association, 23 Rutland Square, 
Edinburgh. [Edinburgh Central 2832.] 

2392 §Belsher : Bernard James, m.inst.c.e. ; Stepney Council 
Offices, Raine Street, E.i. [Royal 6722.] 

1863 X Bennett : Thomas Penberthy, 41 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 
[Chancery 8288.] 

1753 §Bentley : Arthur Fred Collins, Dial House, Balgores 
Lane, Squirrels Heath, Essex. [ T.A . Doric, Romford. 
— Romford 286.] 

227o§[|Bentley : Clayton Moffat (R. Bentley & Son), 53 
Church Street, Whitehaven. 

238s1i!!BERRY : Joseph, j.p. (Joseph Berry & Sons); 1 Market 
Walk, Huddersfield. [Huddersfield 227.] 

2220 JBest : Major Halstead, r.e. (Ret.), f.s.i. ; Leeds 
Buildings, 20 Clifton Street, Blackpool. [Black- 
pool 597.] 

2372 JBeswick : Alfred Edward, 10 Victoria Road, Swindon 
Wilts. 

1996 JBeswick : William, c/o Messrs. Thompson & Walford, 
Architects, Leadenhall Buildings, E.C.3. 

2481 UBetts : William Vallance (W. V. Betts & Son), 109 
Nottingham Road, New Basford, Nottingham. 

2503 ^Bevan : John, Old Bank Chambers, 36 Com Street Bristol 
982 JBevan : William, “ Penmare,” Tavistock ’ Road, 
Croydon, Surrey. 

2271 §Beveridge : David Alston, Prudential Buildings, 36 
Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 001 1 
iSS8*§BEWLAY : ERNEST CHAWNER (Peacock & Bewlay) 
83 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 
2000.J 

1909 JBhedwah : Sohrab Reikhushro, b.a. ; 17-19 Elphinstone 
Circle, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1850 JBiddulph-Pinchard : Charles Henry, 9 Staple Inn 

Holbom, W.C.i. [Central 3780.] 
i8 4 i*tBiDLAKE : William Henry, M.A.Cantab. [Inst. Medallist 
(Drawings) 1883, Pugin Student 1885]; “Vespers,” 
Pair Crouch Road, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

I9 7 3 t£BiGGS : Alfred Ernest, 35 Sydenham Hill, S.E 26 
568 JBilson : John, Hon.D.Litt. Durham, f s.a fsi 
[Prehm. Class 1877, Vol. Arch. Exam., '. Ashpitel 
Prizeman 1877] ; 23 Parliament Street, Hull 
2235 JBinnie : Major William Bryce, m.c. ; 4 Pickering Place 
St. James s Street, S.W.t. [Gerrard 4787.] 



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1901 


1881) 
to - 
1890) 


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1888 


1897 


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1925 

1925 

1911 

1926 

1907 

1925 

1921 

1906 

1921 

1906 

1901 

1928 

1901 

1906 


1906 

1920 

1898 

1925 

1909 

1925 

1907 

1921 


2250 *[Bir.am : Ernest Frank Stuart, 17 George Street, St. 

Helens, Lancs. [St. Helens 234.] 

2272 § [[Bird : Ernest [Park Road, Blandford, Dorset], 17 
Brunswick Place, Southampton. [Southampton 2260.] 
1459 [Bird : Herbert William, 22 Thorney Court, Palace 
Gate, W.8. 

2417 I Bishop : John Percival (Bishop & Etherington Smith), 
30 Duke Street, St. James’s, S.W.i. [Gerrard 
2744-1 

1226 Black : Otis Dudley, 64 Rodney Street, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Royal 3334.] 

2273§||Blackbourn : Charles Edwin, 34 Finsbury Square, 
E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 3743.] 

1754 §Blain : William John (Denny & Blain), 144 St. Vincent 

Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 4804.] 

1132 Blake : Edward M., Wellington, New Zealand. 

1755 §Blakfy : Richard Palin (Blakey & Symonds), 417 

Empire Block, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. [Edmonton 
6428.] 

1094 Bland : George (Bland & Brown), North Park Road, 
Harrogate. [Harrogate 2490.] 

834 *Blomfield : Arthur Conran, m.a. Cantab. ; Surveyor’s 

Office, Grocers’ Hall, Princes Street, E.C.2. [Central 
1618.] 

2571 .Blomfield: Charles Geoffrey, f.s.i. (C. G. & F. B. 

Blomfield) ; Prem House, Connaught Place, New 
Delhi, India. 

835 Blomfield : Charles James, c,'o Messrs. Evill & 

Hadland, 67 George Street, Portman Square, W.i. 

1051 *Blomfield : Sir Reginald, M.A.Oxon., Hon. D.Litt. 

Liverpool, Fellow of Exeter College, Oxon., R.A., 
f.s.a. ; President 1912-14 [Royal Gold Medallist 1913], 
Officier de l’Ordre de Leopold II, Membre Corres- 
pondant de la Societe des Architectes diplomas par le 
Gouvemement, Officier de l’Instruction Publique, 1 
New Court, Temple, E.C. [Central 5888.] 

1134 Blow : Detm.ar Jellings [Pugin Student 1892], 66 
Brook Street, W.i. 

1667 JBluhm: Quentin Mangnall, d.s.o. [9 High Street, 
Choriey, Lancs] ; Ayncott, Liverpool Road, Ainsdale, 
Southport. 

755 *Boardman : Edward Thomas, Queen Street, Norwich. 
[Norwich 206.] 

2274§jBoddy : Percy Charles, 19 Palace Street, Westminster, 
S.W.i. [Victoria 1783.] 

1418 [Bolton : Arthur Thomas, f.s.a. [Soane Medallist 1893, 
Institute Medallist ( Essays ) 1895], Curator of the 
Soane Museum [13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields] ; 10 Lincoln’s 
Inn Fields, W.C. [Holbom 2107.] 

2154 [|Bolton : Captain Charles Willie Blanshard, r.e. ; 

14 Library Place, Jersey. [St. Heliers 870.] 

1353 Bomer : Edward (Bomer & Gibbs), 14 Riding 
House Street, Portland Place, W.i. [Langham 2715.] 
1851 [Bond : Alexander Godolphin, M.A.Oxon. ; 1 15 Gower 
Street, W.C.i. [Museum 5661.] 




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1896 740 t BoND : Frederick Bligh, 12 Inkerman ierrace, 

Kensington, W.8. 

192& 2393 §Bond : John Owen, " Cambridge House,” 26 Tombland, 

Norwich. 

ig20 1724 §Bond ; Wilfrid, ii Elmer Street, Grantham. 

190' 983 Bone: Charles Belfield, M.A.Oxon. ; Innerdown Close, 

3 Budleigh Salterton, Devon. 

1925 2 6os§!|Bonella : Valentine, 18 St. Thomas’s Street, London 

Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 2361.] 

1923 2065 HBoreham : Herbert Yolland (Boreham & Gladding), 

1 Doric House, 1 Museum Street, W.C.i. [Gerrard 

3281.] 

1923 1921 Bossom : Alfred Charles, 5 Carlton Gardens, S.W.i. 

[Regent 6364.] 

1921 1756 §Boswell : George Arthur, 256 West George Street, 

Glasgow. 

1922 1886 J Both well : Edwin Forbes, c/o Messrs. Palmer and 

Turner, 1 Canton Road, Shanghai, China. 

1926 2386 ''Bottom ley : John Mitchell, The Hut, Grove Mount, 

Ramsey, Isle of Man. 

1920 166S J Bourne : Walter Hap.cre.aves, Asiatic Building, Hong 

Kong. 

1920 1669 JBoutcher : Charles Geoffrey (Stark & McNeill), 

22A Beach Street, Penang, Straits Settlements. 
[Penang 538.] 

1925 2127 'Bowden: James Albert. 

iq 0 7 1354 Bowie : John McLintock (James Barbour & Bowie), 
27 Castle Street, Dumfries, Scotland. [Dumfries 236.] 
IOI4. 1339 §Bowles : Charles William, 21 Chandos Street, 
Trafalgar Square, W.C.2. 

1906 1095 Bown : Percival, 9 Library Place, Jersey, C.I. 

1922 1876 JBraddell : Thomas Arthur Darcy, 13 Old Quebec 

Street, Marble Arch, W.i. 

1929 26Sg*t Bradshaw : Harold Chalton [Rome Scholar in Archi- 
tecture 1913] [7 Vigo Street, W.i ; 35 The Avenue, 
Kew Gardens] ; Royal Fine Art Commission, 6 Bur- 
lington Gardens, W.i . 

192S 2620 JBrakspear : Harold, f.s.a. ; President of the Wilts 

and Dorset Society of Architects, High Street, 
Corsham, Wiltshire. [ T.A . Brakspear, Corsham. — 
Corsham 90.] 

1927 2504! Brentford : Bernhard, Shah Din Buildings, The Mall, 

Lahore, India. [Lahore 2127.] 

1925 2275 § "Brett : Charles, “ Newlynne,” Waxwell Lane, Pinner, 

Middlesex. [Pinner 508.] 

1925 2276 § Brett : Ernest John, 12 West Borough, Wimborne, 

Dorset. rWimborne 5.] 

1925 2178 [Brewer : Frank Wilmin, P.O. Box 569, Singapore, 

Straits Settlements. 

1927 2491 JBridcen : Charles Henry Edward, “ Lion House,” 
6 South View, Acomb Road, York. 

1925 2277 §Bridces : Oswald Arthur, “ Waratah,” Richmond 

Avenue, Bognor, Sussex. 

1927 2521 J Bridgman : Gordon Brock, Public Works Department, 

Sudan Government, Khartoum, Sudan. 


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1920 1670 J Bridgman : Nohman George (Bridgman & Bridgman), 1 

Palace Avenue, Paignton, Devon [Paignton 5166], and 
34 Fleet Street, Torquay. [Torquay 4122.] 

1925 2003 [Bridgwater : John Percival (Ingall, Bridgwater & Co.), 

County Buildings, 147 Corporation Street, Birming- 
ham. [Birmingham Central 400.] 

1905 1000 Briggs : John Priestley, Effingham House, Arundel 

Street, Strand, W.C.2. 

1919 1650 [BRIGGS : MARTIN SHAW [Godiuin Bursar 1914], 

The Orchard, High Street, Mill Hill, N.W.7. [Mill 
Hill 1488.] 

1921 1757 §Broadbent : Fred, Education Offices, Calverley Street, 

Leeds. 

1926 2439^|IBrocklehurst : Arthur, Palatine Bank Buildings, 

ro Norfolk Street, Manchester. [Manchester City 
1819.] 

1924 1944 [Brocklesby : John Sydney, Long Lodge, Merton Park, 

S.W.19. 

1902 872 *Bromhead : Horatio Kelson, 83 Hill Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Douglas 2616.] 

1886 397 *Bromley : Albert Nelson (Bromley, Cartwright & 

Waumsley), Prudential Buildings, Nottingham. [Not- 
tingham 825.] 

1914 1560 §Brooks : Stanford Morton, c/'o Dr. Moore, St. Anne’s 

Heath, Virginia Water, Surrey. 

1925 2004 [Brown : Alexander Burnett, f.s.i. ; Lennox House, 

Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 5201.] 
1928 2572 Brown: David Robertson, iiii Beaver Hall Kill, 
Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1913 1505 §Brown : Herbert Harold, 20 Brazennose Street, 

Manchester. 

1927 2454 [ Brown : Walter James, f.s.i. ; 30-51 Upper Mount 

Street, Dublin. [Dublin 61956.] 

1894 714 Brown : Walter Talbot (Talbot Brown & Fisher) 

[Pugin Student 1877], Burysteed, Wellingborough. 
[Wellingborough 21.] 

1921 1758 §Brown : William, Nethervvood, Shields Road, Mother- 

well, Scotland. 

1922 1877 J Brown : William Edward Arthur (George Lans- 

down & Brown), 9 Regent Street, S.W.r. [Gerrard 
0366.] 

1925 227S § Browne : F. Anstead, Grosvcnor Buildings, Newgate 

Street, Chester. 

1926 2356 Browne: Sir George Washington, p.r.s.a., ll.d. Edin., 

Hon.R.A. [ Pugin Student 1878] ; 1 Randolph Cliff, 

Edinburgh. 

1925 2103 [Browne :• Percy Lindsay (Percy L. Browne^ & Son), 

Pearl Buildings, Northumberland Street, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 215.] 

1926 2418 [Brownlee : Herbert John, 148 St. George’s Street, 

Cape Town, South Africa. [Cape Town Central 5337 -] 

1920 1671 [Brownrigg : Annesley Harold (Annesley Brownrigg & 

Hiscock), 13 South Square, Gray’sInn,W.C. 1 [Chancery 

7322], and 133 High Street, Guildford, Surrey. 
[Guildford 902.] 



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1929 J 

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1892 1900 
1906 1927 
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— 1891 
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— 1925 

— 1925 

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— 1907 


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1759 §Brunton : Frederick Septimus, Herodsfoot, St. Keyne, 
Cornwall. 

2473 J Bryant : Herbert Phillips, 22 Cumberland Place, 

Southampton. [Southampton 2781.] 

2440 ‘[[Buck : Walter Gerard, Shrewsbury Chambers, 34 
Campo Lane, Sheffield. [Sheffield 2354.] 

2474 ^Buckingham : Ernest Hugh (Morgan & Bucking- 

ham), 1 Upper King Street, Norwich. [Norwich 
1 95 -] 

iS 4 2*§BUCKLAND : HERBERT TUDOR (Buckland & 
Haywood), Vice-President 1923-5, Norwich Union 
Chambers, Congreve Street, Birmingham. [Birming- 
ham Central 1999.] 

1444 JBudden : Henry Ebenezer, E.S. & A. Bank Building, 
King and George Streets, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 
[Sydney BW 6265— JX 2384.] 


2705*1 Budden : Professor Lionel Bailey, M.A.Liverpool 
[Inst. Medallist (Essays) 1923] ; [Withinfield, Heswall, 
Cheshire. — Heswall 465 ; Bluecoat Chambers, Liver- 
pool. — Liverpool Rova] 4734] ; School of Architec- 
ture, University of Liverpool, Liverpool. [Liverpool 
Royal 5460]. 

817 JBudgen : Henry, 95 St. Mary Street, Cardiff. 

2475 ’[Bulloch : Archibald, The Retreat, Sidcup, Kent. 
1760 §Bunch : Arthur Charles, County Architect for 
Warwickshire, 27 Binswood Avenue, Leamington Spa. 
[Leamington 702.] 

2279 §Burgess : Julian Gulson, Netherlands, Beaconsfield, 

Bucks. [Beaconsfield 146.) 

2573 Burles : Captain David Henry (Buries, Harris & 
Codings), 26 Clarence Street, Southend-on-Sea. 
[Southend-on-Sea 3064.] 

2522 JBurlingham : Alfred Claude, Central House, Finsbury 
Square, E.C.z. [Clerkenwell 3083 and 3084.] 

608 Burmester : John William Stanley, f.s.i. ; 13 Queen 
Anne’s Gate, Westminster, S.W. [Victoria 2813 ] 
752 *Burnet : Sir John James, r.a., r.s.a., Hon.LL.D. Glasgow 
[Royal Gold Medallist 1923], Membre Corr. de 
l’Institut de France [239 St. Vincent Street, Glasgowl • 
1 Montague Place, W.C.i. 

2280 §Burnett : Ernest Whitfield (J. M. Porter & Co ) 

The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales. [Colwyn 
Bay 2638.] 


456 Burr : Alfred, 85 Gower Street, W.C. [Museum 2274 1 

2104 IIBurton: Charles Frederick, Shipping Chambers 
George Street, West Hartlepool. [West Hartlepool 379 \ 

2202 [Burton : Duncan McLean, P.O. Box 3565, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

2447 JBush: Raymond, 7 Craufurd Rise, Maidenhead. 

1227 *BL TLER : ALBERT THOMAS, President of the 
Birmingham Architectural Association , 31 Priorv Street 
Dudley. [Dudley 233.] ’ 

1410 J Butler : Alfred Morris, Deverell Cottage, West- 
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1924 1949 t Butler : Arthur Stanley George, 4 Francis Street, 

Victoria Street, S.W.i. 

1906 1137 *Butler : Professor Rudolph Maximilan, a.r.h.a. ; 

82 Merrion Square South, Dublin. 

1907 1209 Butler : Walter Richmond (W. & R. Butler & Martin), 

84 William Street, Melbourne, Australia. 

1929 2706 JButt : Charles Frederick Sutton (Spence, Robinson & 

Partners), [Arthur Cates Prizeman 1913], 3 Peking Road, 
Shanghai, China. 

1927 2483§||Byron : Hugh, j.p. ; Brook House, Buckhurst Hill, 

Essex. 


1920 1929 

1920 1925 

— 1925 

— 1929 

1905 1922 

— 1925 

— 1907 

1920 1928 

— 1905 

1920 1927 

— 1925 

— 1925 

— 1906 

— 1898 

— 1915 

1895 1922 

— 1890 

1909 1924 


2690 J Cable : Charles John, 70 High Street, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. [Sevenoaks 413.] 

22o6J liCABLE : Robert William, 8 Upper Baker Street, W.C.i. 

2005 [|Cabuche : Henry Leon, o.b.e., t.d. ; “ Rose Tor,” Chalk- 

well Avenue, Westcliff-on-Sea. [Leigh-on-Sea 41.] 
2680 TCairns : James Davidson (J. D. Caims & Ford), 
63 George Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 26533.] 

1887 J Callow -. Charles Fry, f.s.i. (Callow & Callow) ; 

47 Havelock Road, Hastings [Hastings 1067] ; and 
Endwell Chambers, Endwell Road, Bexhill-on-Sea. 
[Bexhill 314.] 

2281 §Cameron : Edwin Percy, 16 and 17 Devonshire Square, 
Bishopsgate, E.C.2. [London Wall 9588.] 

1210 *Campbei.l : Alexander Lorne, 60 Castle Street, 
Edinburgh. [Edinburgh Central 26719.] 

2588*]; CAM P B E L L : DUNCAN ALEXANDER (Campbell 
& Honeyburne), President of the Liverpool Architectural 
Society, Bluecoat Chambers, School Lane, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Royal 257.] 

984 Campbell : John, 21 Salamanca Road, Wellington, 
New Zealand. 

2523 J Campbell- Jones : Owen (Campbell Jones, Sons & 
Smithers), Skinners’ Hall, 9 Dowgate Hill, E.C.4. 
("Central 0915 and 0916.] 

2006 ||Cancellor : Bertram Douglas (Cancellor & Sawyer), 

Queen Anne’s Chambers, High Street, Winchester. 
[Winchester 27.] 

2282§;|Cannell : Ernest, Giltspur Chambers, 52 Holbom 
Viaduct, E.C.2. [City 0363.] 

1138 Caple : William Henry Dashwood, Queen’s College, 
Birmingham. 

764 *Cappon : Thomas Martin, 30 Reform Street, Dundee. 
1576 §Carless : William Edward, c o The Royal Bank of 
Canada, Cockspur Street, S.W.i. 

1888 JCarnell : John Laurie, Paradise Chambers, King’s 

Lynn. 

553 *Caroe : William Douglas, m.a. Cantab., f.s.a. (Caroe 
& Passmore) ; 3 Great College Street, S.W.i. 

[Victoria 5324.] 

1945 JCarus-Wilson : Charles Denny, m.c. (Mears & 
Carus-Wilson), [Arthur Cates Prizeman 1910) ; [12 Ann 
Street, Edinburgh], 3 Forres Street, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 23934.] 




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2448 §Caryer : Major George Thomas, o.b.e, ; c/o Public 
Works Department, Jerusalem, Palestine. 

2373 JCastello : Manuel Nunes (Lewis Solomon & Son), 
21 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. [Holbom 
5108 and 5109.] 

2283§](Castle : Sydney Ernest [259 Bumtwood Lane, Wands- 
worth Common, S.W.17 — Battersea 3002], Triumph 
House, 189 Regent Street, W.t. [Regent 0548.] 

1974 JCathcart : William D’Arcy, President of the Rhodesian 
Institute of Architects , Puzey Chambers, Manica Road, 
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. 

1228 Caulfield : Sidney Burgoyne, 15-17 Baker Street, 
W.i. [Welbeck 8632.] 

27073 [iCavanagh : Edmund, Municipal Buildings, Lavender 
Hill, S.W.u. 

1059 *Cave : Walter, Vice-President 1917-21, 132A Cromwell 
Road, S.W.7. [Kelvin 8594.] 

2365THCHADWICK : Major John, t.d. ; The Carronades, 
Bletchley, Bucks. [Bletchley 88.] 

i95°ttCHAiKiN : Captain Benjamin, P.O. Box 627, Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 

2612 Chambers : Claude William, Sirius House, Macquarie 
Place, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1356 Chambers : Walter Ashbridge, “ Pali,” 4 Kingswood 
Road, Upper Norwood, S.E.19. [Sydenham 3128.] 

2007 [Chancellor : Francis Graham Moon (Frank Matcham 
& Co.), 21 Beak Street, Regent Street, W.i. 

[Regent 1432.] 

1 21 1 Chancellor: Frederic Wykeham, M.A.(Oxon.) ; Presi- 
dent of the Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire' Society 
of Architects , and Chairman of the ' Chelmsford and 
District Chapter, Surveyor for the Diocese of Chelms- 
ford ; 19 Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex. 

2442*' Chandabhoy : Munchershah Nusserwanjee (Mun- 
chershah N. Chandabhoy & Co.), Raja Bahadur 
Motilal Mansion, 70 Apollo Street, Fort, Bombay 
India. [Bombay 20264 and 41398.] 

2684 Chapman : Alfred Hirschfelder (Chapman & Oxley), 
President of the Ontario Association of Architects’ 
372 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada. 

1424 J Chapman : Henry Ascough, Ministry of Health 
Whitehall, S.W.r. ’ 

2606 § Charles : John Acheson, Town Hall, Barrow-in- 
Furness. 


1603 JChatterton : Frederick, 6 Halley House, 4 6 Vauxhall 
Bridge Road, S.W.i. [Victoria 0978.] 

1229 Chatwin : Philip Boughton, f.s.a. (T. A. Chatwin 

• ’ ~ 22, V hurch Street, Birmingham. [Bir- 
mingham Central 2214.] L 

200S C HERRINGTON : Harry (Cherrington & Stainton) 133 

•^9 ^ treet> Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 


22S4 §Cherry : Harold 
Adelphi, W.C.2, 


Griffith, 7 Buckingham Street, 
[Gerrard 4809.] 


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— 1925 2009 f | Chesterton : Maurice, Holly Studio, The Mount, 

Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1912 1919 1652 JCheston : John Allford (Horace Cheston & Son), 

3 Tudor Street, E.C.4. [City 1854.] 

1910 1920 1672 JChetwood : Henry John [6a Bedford Square, W.C.i], 
88 Gower Street, W.C.i. [Museum 0196.] 

— 1925 2010 |[Cheverton : Charl£s, 64A Chapel Street, Devonport, 

Plymouth. [Devonport 550.] 

1896 1906 io84*JChorley : Harry Sutton, M.A.Oxon. (Chorley, 

Gribbon & Foggitt) ; 3 Park Place, Leeds. [Leeds 
24084.] 

— 1904 963 Chubb : John Burland, St. Mary’s Cottage, Froyle, 

Nr. Alton, Hants. 

— 1921 1762 §Church : Arthur Harold, j.p. ; 16 and 17 Devonshire 

Square, Bishopsgate, E.C.2. [London Wall 9588.] 
1903 1914 1535 JChuhch : Guy, 93 Long Acre, W.C.2. [Gerrard 

9870.] 

— 1926 2394§||Clare : George Edward, 33 College Road, Harrow, 

Middlesex. [Harrow 0464.] 

— 1891 615 Clark : Frederick (F. Clark & Son), 10 Houndgate, 

Darlington. [Darlington 2824.] 

— 1923 2011 [JClark : John Percy, a.r.ca. ; Regent Chambers, 

Wednesbury, Staffs. [Wednesbury 26.] 

1875 1882 302 Clarke : John (John Clarke & Son), [Eyarth Hall, 

Ruthin], 3 Rumford Place, Liverpool [Liverpool Bank 
1252], and 3A King Street, Stretford, Manchester. 
[Manchester Trafford Park 822.] 

1903 1921 1731 t C larke : John Daniel (John D. Clarke & Worsfield), 

25 Hyde Gardens, Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 920.] 
1880 1904 942 *Clarke : Max, 25 Castlebar Road, Ealing, W.5 . [Ealing 

0584.] 

— 1925 2066 [|Clarke : William Lee (Herbert O. Ellis & Clarke), 

3, s and 7 Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 8246-7.] 

— 1914 1543 §Clay : Sir Felix, Bart., b.a. Cantab. (Swan, Norman & 

Clay, 8 Clifford’s Inn, E.C.4.) ; 18 Kensington Park 
Gardens, W.11. [Park 4710.] 

— 1926 2353 §Cleland : John Stockwin, m.b.e. ; Chief Govern- 

ment Architect, Union of South Africa, Public 
Works Department, Union Buildings, Pretoria, South 
Africa. 

— 1925 2159 ||Clemence : Thomas Riley, St. Mary’s House, 59 

Quarry Street, Guildford. [Guildford 295.] 

1919 1927 2492 ] Clemes : Frank, Stoke Cottage, Giggs Hill, Thames 

Ditton. 

1882 1886 365 Clere : Frederic de Jersey, Hon. Secretary R.I .B.A. 

for New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1904 1926 2419 ^Cleveland : Charles Barry (Darling & Pearson), 

2 Leader Lane, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [Toronto 
Elgin 8339.] 

— 1906 1099 Clifford: Henry Edward, Woodbrook, Pilgrims Way, 

Reigate, Surrey. 

— 1928 2s6s§HClough : Sydney, a.r.c.a. (Arch.) London ; 444 Strand, 

W.C.2. [Gerrard 2049.] 




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1925 2067 i | C ogswell : Lieut.-Col. Arthur Edward, t.d. (Rtd.) 

(A. E. Cogswell & Sons) ; Prudential Buildings, Ports- 
mouth. [Portsmouth 5445.] 

1927 2 5 24J' J Colbeck : Henry, f.s.i. (Moore-Smith & Colbeck) ; 

14 Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.C.2. [Central 
°95S •] 

1925 2012 IICole : Ernest George, 79 Grosvenor Street, Bond 

Street, W.i. [Mayfair 2259.] 

1919 1643 §Coleridge : John Duke (Coleridge, Jennings & 
Soimenow), 14 North Audley Street, W.i. [Mayfair 
2739], and 39 St. James’s Street, S.W.i [Regent 
6050]. 

1927 2455 J Coleridge : Paul Humphrey, m.c. (Coleridge, Jennings 

and Soimenow) ; 14 North Audley Street, W.i [May- 
fair 2739], and 39 St. James’s Street, S.W.i [Regent 
6050]. 

1925 2013 IjCoLES : George, 40 Craven Street, Strand, W.C.2. 

[Gerrard 3743.] 

1925 2218 [[Collcutt : Bertie Hawkins, 651 Avenida de Mayo, 

Buenos Ayres, Republica Argentina. 

1925 2170 Collins : Ernest Stone, 14 John Street, Adelphi, 

Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 6979.] 

1922 1889 J Collins : Henry Richard, 48 Old Christchurch Road, 

Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 2386.] 

1906 1140 Collins : Marcus Evelyn (M. E. and O. H. Collins), 

1 15 Old Broad Street, E.C.2. [London Wall 6383.] 
1929 2653 J Collins : Owen Hyman, M.A.(Oxon.), f.s.i. (M. E. & 

O. H. Collins) ; 115 Old Broad Street, E.C.2. [London 
Wall 6383.] 

1901 836 JCollinson : George Frederick, 81 Hallam Street, 

Portland Place, W. [Mayfair 2968.] 

1919 i6s3*JComyn : Heaton [Tite Prizeman 1904] [Hill Cottage, 
Orpington, Kent.— Orpington 158], 28 Austin Friars, 
E.C. [London Wall 2200.] 

1923 1923! J Conder : Alfred Rowland, p.a.s.i. ; 42 Cecile Park, 

Crouch End, N.8. [Hornsey 1408.] 

1905 1003 Conder : Eustace Lauriston (E. Lauriston Conder, 

Follett & Farmer), Cangallo 666, Buenos Aires’, 
Argentine Republic. [Buenos Aires Rivadavia 1559.] 

1906 1141 Conrad: Albert Selmar, Steamship Buildings, Currie 

Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 


1 73 2 t C onstantine : Harry Courtenay (Constantine & 
Vernon), 82 Mortimer Street, W.i . [Langham 1267.] 
2208 Cook : Samuel Edwin (Cook & Anderson), Equitable 
Chambers, 1, Victoria Road, Tientsin, North China. 
!577 §Cooke : Samuel Nathaniel, Sun Buildings, Bennett’s 
Hill, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 4767 ] 

2138 KCooper : Henry Alfred (H. A. Cooper & Son), Central 
Chambers, Market Place, Kettering. [Kettering 28.I 
893 Cooper : Sir Edwin, 4 Verulam Buildings, Grav’s 
Inn, W.C. [Chancery 7988.] 

2198 [Cope-Christie : James Alfred, P.O. Box 360, Salisbury, 
Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

2183 HCorbett: Harvey Wiley, Hon. m. arch. Liverpool; 
1 30 W est 42nd Street, New York Citv, USA 



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1905 ioo4*JCorlette : Major Hubert Christian, o.b.e., f.s.a. ; 

Hon. Fellow and Gold Medallist, Institute of 
Architects of New South Wales [R.I.B.A. Donaldson 
Medallist 1890-91 ; Owen Jones Student 1896, Institute 
Medallist (Essays), 1899], 2 New Square, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 3918.] 

1929 2685 Cormier : Ernest, r.c.a., d.p.l.g. [R.I.B.A. Henry 
Jarvis Student 1914] ; President of the Province of 
Quebec Association of Architects ; 2039 Mansfield 

Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1925 2068 [[Cornelius : Alfred John, 81 Lemon Street, Truro, 

Cornwall. 

1925 2285 §Cotman : Grahame, Queen Street, Norwich. 

1921 1733 t C ouch : William Edward (Couch & Coupland), 
S Duke Street, Richmond, Surrey. [Richmond 
1231-2.] 

1927 2493 JCouldrey : Major Walter Norman, 19 Palace Avenue, 
Paignton, Devon. [Paignton 5457.] 

1927 25 25 Cowles-Voysey : Charles [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 
1908-09], 14 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 
8058.] 

1926 2421 J Cowley : Captain Herbert Reginald, p.a.s.i. ; Bank 

Chambers, 26 High Street, Southend-on-Sea. 
[Southend 735.] 

1924 1951 JCowper : James Bertram Francis [Ashpitel Prizeman 

1910, Pugin Student 1911 , Arthur Cates Prizeman 1912] 
[“ Olwyns,” Wildwood Road, Hampstead Garden 
Suburb, N.W.n. — Speedwell 2063], 5 King’s Bench 
Walk, Temple, E.C.4. [Central 7746.] 

1905 1005 Cox : Alfred, 34 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 

W.C. 

1900 818 JCox : Alfred Arthur [ Grissell Gold Medallist 1886, 

Godwin Bursar 1890], 909 Birks Building, Vancouver, 
British Columbia, Canada. 

1925 2069 ||Cox : George Bernard (Harrison & Cox), Council 

Chambers, 109 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Bir- 
mingham Central 5312.] 

1921 1763 §Craigie : James Hoey (Clarke & Bell & J. H. Craigie), 

305 West George Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow 
Central 1665.] 

1914 1531 JCraik : David McLeod (Craik & Leicester) [“ Moy- 

craig,” Penang Hills], George Town Chambers, 
39 Beach Street, Penang, Straits Settlements. [Penang 
656.] 

1921 1764 §Crane : Lionel Francis, 94 Church Street, Kensington, 

W.8. [Park 5041.] 

1918 1621 JCranfield : Sydney White, 7 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

[Museum 2420.] 

1903 890 Crawford : Alexander Hunter, Fairfield Biscuit 

Works, Liverpool. 

1927 2469§1|Cressey : Charles (Train & Cressey, 321 West 3rd 

Street, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. — VA. 6277), 
512 West Vine Street, Glendale, California, U.S.A. 

1906 1144 Creswell : FLarry Bulkeley, 6 Pump Court, Middle 

Temple, E.C.4. [Central 1400.] 




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— 191a 1480 §Crickmer : Courtenay Melville (Crickmer & Foxley), 

1 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, W.C. [Holbom 3031.] 

1914 1922 1878 [Cromie : Robert, p.a.s.i. ; 35 Baker Street, W.i. 

1895 1905 985 [Crompton : William Edward Vernon (Lander, Bedells 

& Crompton) [Ashpitel Prizeman 1894], 6 John 
Street, Bedford Row, W.C. [T.A. Designer London. 

— Holbom 3381.] 

— 192s 2070 HCrook: Richard Hermon, 17 Mawdsley Street, Bolton. 

[Bolton 1245.] 

1907 1913 1519 [Crosbie : Lawrence Stanley, 22 Southampton Street, 

Bloomsbury Square, W.C.r. [Holborn 0186.] 

1893 1909 1420* [Crouch : Henry Arthur, c.i.e. [Tite Prizeman 1896] ; 

“ Hyde,” Oaklands Avenue, Esher, Surrey. 

— 1913 1522 §Crouch : Joseph (Crouch, Butler & Savage), 67A New 

Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 5430.] 

1884 1893 7oof [Crow : Arthur, 29 Amwell Street, Claremont Square, 

E.C.i. [Clerkenweil 5885.] 

1903 1928 2548 [Crowley : Walter St. Leger, p.a.s.i. ; 32 Hall Place, 

Spalding, Lines. [Spalding 259.] 

— 1925 2014 ||Crush : John -Arnold, 37 York Road, Edgbaston, 

Birmingham. [Edgbaston 1346.] 

1899 1910 1436 [Cubbon : John [Cart Lane, Grange-over-Sands. Grange- 

over-Sands 91], 14 John Dalton Street, Manchester. 
[Manchester Central 3149.] 

1904 1920 1705 JCulley: Norman, 13 John William Street, Huddersfield. 

1914 1924 1975*1 Culliford : Leonard Arthur, f.s.i. ; 3 John Street, 

Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 4016.] 

— 1925 2015 it'CuLVERHOUsE : P. Emerson, Architect to the Great 

Western Railway Co., Paddington Station, W.2 
[Paddington 7000 — Extension 484], and " Redlands,” 

21 The Common, Ealing, W.5. [Ealing 0990.] 

1906 1924 1958 [Cum ming : T arras Talfourd, Chairman of the Berks 

Society of Architects, King Edward Buildings, Reading. 
[Reading 7.] 

— 1927 2467 ^I|Cundall: Frederick George, 43 Parade, Leamington Spa. 

— 1925 2105 HCunliffe : Robert Hargreaves, Old Bank Chambers, 

Fleetwood, Lancs. [Fleetwood 343.] 

— 1907 1230 Currey : Percy Heylyn, 3 Market Place, Derby. * 

1904 1920 1706 [Curtis : Spencer Carey, La Cotte, Fort Road, 

Guernsey. 

1904 1922 1879 [Curtis: William Thomas, Guildhall, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1924 1927 2526 [Curwen : Captain John Spedding, o.b.e. (J. F. Curvven 
& Son) ; Highgate, Kendal. [T.A, Curwen, Kendal. 

— Kendal 79.] . 


1909 1921 1852 [Dahl: John Love Seaton, Radnor Chambers, Folke- 

stone. 

1907 1920 1693 [Dale : Thomas Lawrence [“ Ailington,” Woodstock 
Road, Oxford], 20 Sackville Street, Piccadilly Wi 
[Regent 7178.] £ 

— 1925 2016 ||Dales : Sidney Phillips [Manor Gardens, Romford 

Essex— Romford 238 ; Three Chimneys, Biddenden’ 
, Kent ^ ; 6 3 High Holbom, W.C.i . [Chancery 7794 ] ’ 

— 1921 1765 §Daniel : Thomas Brammall, Members’ Mansions 

36 Victoria Street, S.W.i. ’ 



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1925 i997f JDannatt : Percy Boothroyd, f.s.i. ; 18 Nelson Street, 

Greenwich, S.E.10. [Greenwich 0775.] 

1921 1854*1 JDavidge : William Robert, f.s.i., assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 

S Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.r. [Victoria 8454.] 
1921 1766 §Davidge-Pitts : Henry, D.R.C. Chambers, Mossel 

Bay, South Africa. 

1925 2071 ||Davidson : Major Thomas Gerard, 7 Queen Anne’s 

Gate, S.W.i. 

1026 2395 §Davidson : William (Davidson & Ochterlony) [Owen 

Jones Student 1904], 2 Coates Crescent, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 23900.] 

1927 2456 J Davies : Edward Cecil, 17 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 

SAV.i. [Regent 0894.] 

1925 2017 ||Davies : Harold Edward (Harold E. Davies & Son), 

Wellington Buildings, The Strand, Liverpool. [Liver- 
pool Bank 5667.] 

1926 2422 } Davies : William George, City Architect, Town Hall, 

Sheffield. [Sheffield 1665.] 

1914 1534 Davis : Arthur Joseph (Mewes & Davis) 22 Conduit 

Street, W.i. [Mayfair 1208 and 1209.] 

1925 2286 § Davis : Harold Stratton, m.c. (Stratton Davis, Yates & 

Dolman) ; 12 Queen Street, Gloucester. [Gloucester 
2409.] 

1925 2018 [|Davson : Percival May, 34 Grosvenor Place, S.W.i. 

[Victoria 4798.] 

1903 905*1 DAWBER : EDWARD GUY, a.r.a., f.s.a. ; President 

1925-27, Vice-President 1909-13, 1919-22, 1923-25, 
Hon. Secretary 1913-19 [Royal Gold Medallist 1928] ; 
18 Maddox Street, Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 
4935 -] 

1889 524 Dawson : Charles James, East Street, Barking, Essex 

1921 1734 J Dawson : Matthew James, ii New Court, Lincoln’s 

Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 1865.] 

1924 1976 [ Dawson : Noel John, i Rue de 1’Ancienne Bourse, 

Alexandria, Egypt. 

1910 1435 J Dawson : William Bruce, 14 Victoria Street, West-, 

minster, S.W.i. [Victoria 398.] 

1914 1544 §Deacon : Basil Charlton, Chairman of the Bedford- 

shire Branch of the Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and 
Huntingdonshire Association of Architects, 33 King 
Street, Luton, Bedfordshire. [Luton 168.] 

1907 1212 Deas : Francis William, m.a. ; 12 Greenhill Park, 

Edinburgh. 

1928 2560 1 Denman : John Leopold (Denman & Son), 27 Queen’s 

Road, Brighton. [Brighton 2823.] 

1913 1523 §Dening : Charles Frederick William, r.w.a. ; Gaunt 

House, Orchard Street, Bristol. [Bristol 4347-] 

1925 2106 ||Dewes : Walter, 37 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 

7512.] 

1921 1840 | Dewhurst : John Cadwallader, Architect, Great 

Southern Railways, Ireland, Broadstone Station, 
Dublin . 

1929 2686 Dick : Norman Aitken (John Burnet, Son & Dick), 

239 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow 
Central 6172.] 

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— 1906 

1909 1928 

1910 1925 

1888 1904 

1901 1909 

1908 1922 

1900 1920 

1892 1925 

1920 1929 

1923 1928 

— 1929 

— 1921 

— 1925 

1896 1914 

1890 1896 

— 1925 

1907 1928 

— 1920 

— 1927 

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1054 *Dick : Robert Burns (Cackett & Burns Dick), 21 Ellison 
Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 
1874.] 

2589 J Dickinson : William Francis, j.p. ; Kingweston, 

Taunton, Somerset. [Charlton Mackrell 4.] 

2236 JDickman : Henry Alderman, m.c. ; 1 King’s Walk, 

Nottingham. 

964tJDiCKSEE : Bernard John, 22 Portman Street, W.i. 
[Mayfair 4713.] 

1415 JDinwiddy : Tom Norman, “ Colston,” Stoke Gabriel, 
South Devon. 

1890 JDitchburn : David William, Standard Building, 
Hornby Road, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1694 JDixon-Spain : John Edward, o.b.e. (Nicholas & Dixon- 
Spain) ; 19 Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 2549.] 

2237 JDobie : William Glen (Morter & Dobie), The Temple, 

24 Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 
3570.] 

2654 JDodd : Ronald Fielding, Dip. Arch. Liverpool ; 

21 Turl Street, Oxford. [ T.A . Dodd, 3008 Oxford — 
Oxford 3008.] 

2549"M Doddington : William [262 Earl’s Court Road, S.W.5. 

— Frobisher 4323.], 70 Bousfield Road, S.E.14. [New 
Cross 0555.] 

Doll : Christian Charles Tyler, M.A.Cantab. ; 
5 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.t. [Holbom 

8313-] 

§Dolman : William Ledsham, Crescent Road, Winder- 
mere. [Windermere 113.] 

UDonaldson : John Stanislaus, P.O. Box 1075, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

I550*JDossor: John Malcolm (Wellsted, Dossor &Wellsted), 
Waterloo Chambers, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull! 
[Hull Central 6649.] 

729*]: Downing : Henry Philip Burke, f.s.a., f.s.i. ; Vice- 
President 1926-28, [Avalon, Merton, Surrey] ; 12 Little 
College Street, Westminster Abbey, S.W. 

2199 UDowsett : > Sydney Charles, P.O. Box 1049, Town 
Engineer’s Department, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 
South Africa. 

2590 JDrewitt : Colin Minors, Apartment No. 55, 1 Rose- 

mount Avenue, Westmount, Montreal, Canada. 

1688 §Driver : Arthur James, Surveyor’s Office, Grocers’ 
Hall, Princes Street, E.C.2. 

2544 IiDryden : Frederick Marshall, Market Street 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 2592.I 
1924 JDrysdale : George (Leonard Stokes & Drysdale) 
[Pugin Student 1906, Soane Medallist 1908 Tit'e 
Prizeman 1908], 102 Great Russell Street 
[Museum 5071.] 

1100 Duff: Neil Campbell, 187A West 
Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 2084.] 

'•JDunkerley : Frank Brookhouse [19 Chapel Walks 
Manchester], The Green Bend, Bowdon, Cheshire 
inxnv • Alfred John [ Pugin Student 1893]. 


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1925 2221 [Dunn : Herbert Henry, County Hall, Cambridge. 

[Cambridge 1065.] 

1905 1006 Dunn : James Bow, a.r.s.a. ; 14 Frederick Street, 
Edinburgh. 

1884 336 Dunn : John, 31A St. James’s Square, S.W. [Gerrard 

1434 ] 

1921 1769 §Dunn : John Glen, 31 Greenlees Road, Cambuslang, 

Scotland. 

1904 965 # JDunn : William, c/o W. Curtis Green, Esq., a.r.a., 
5 Pickering Place, St. James’s Street, S.W. 

1926 2374 [Durand : Arthur Henry, Le Chene, Forest, Guernsey, 

Channel Isles. 

1921 1771 §Durst : Austin, M.A.Cantab. [The Grange, Wendover, 

Bucks] ; 3 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. 
[Chancery 8467.] 

1921 1772 §Dussault : Leonard Louis, 39 Newhall Street, Bir- 

mingham. 


— 1926 2396§||Easton : Colonel Arthur, t.d. [Foss Dyke, Hornsea, 

E. Yorks] ; 1 Manor Street, Hull. [Hull 4239.] 

1921 1927 2457 [Easton : John Murray (Easton & Robertson) [Godwin 

Bursar 1927], 36 Bedford Square, W.C.I. [Museum 
6424.] 

1920 1926 2423 [EATON : GEORGE MORLEY, p.a.s.i. (Arthur Eaton 

6 Son) ; President of the Nottingham and Derby 
Architectural Society, 6 The Strand, Derby. [Derby 
774 -] 

1890 1929 2655 [Eaton : William, 6 Penylan Place, Tydraw Road, 

Roath Park, Cardiff. 

1890 1903 888*[Eccles : Thomas Edgar (Woolfall & Eccles), 60 Castle 

Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 752.] 

— 1922 1865 Eden: Frederick Charles, M.A.Oxon., f.s.a. ; 2 Bedford 

Square, W.C.i. 

[Edwards : Frederick Ernest Pearce, f.s.a. ; 5 End- 
cliffe Hall Avenue, Sheffield. [Sheffield 62091.] 
[Edwards : Kendrick, m.inst.c.e. ; 16 Donegall Square 
South, Belfast. [Belfast 2927.] 

Edwards : Robert Clarke, “ Sokoto,” Springfield 
Road, Parkstone, Dorset. 

[Edwards : Sidney James, M.A.Cantab., f.s.i. (Edwards, 
Reid & Booth), Eastern Bank Building, Chatham 
Street, Colombo, Ceylon. [Cable Address : — 
“ Column,” Colombo.] 

||Egan : Stephen Huntley, j.p. (Emden, Egan & Co.) ; 

7 Garrick Street, W.C.2. [Regent 5673.] 

§Ekins : Leonard Gray, 99 Leman Street, E. 1. [Avenue 

7100.] 

§Elcock : Charles Ernest, Avenue House, 21 Northum- 
berland Avenue, W.C.z. [Gerrard 3898.] 

[Elgood : Frank Minshull (Elgood & Hastie), 10 
Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, W.i. [Mayfair 
1812.] 

[Elkington : George, j.p. (Geo. Elkington & Son) ; 
[R.l .B. A. Donaldson Medallist 1870-71] ; Norfolk House, 
-7 Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.4. [Royal 7730.] 


1895 

1908 

1411 s 

1926 

1928 

2623 

— 

1876 

174 

1912 

1924 

1952 

— 

1925 

2107 

— 

1921 

1773 

— 

1912 

1481 

1889 

1908 

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1881 

1889 

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— 1925 2072 ||Ellis : Henry Augustus, m.a. ; 40-41 Castle Street, 

Swansea. [Swansea Central 1400.] 

— 1925 2019 ||Ellis : Herbert Owen (Herbert O. Ellis & Clarke), 

3, 5 and 7 Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 4328.] 

1902 192c 1707 [Elms : Edward Furness Marson (Elms & Jupp), 
25 Sackville Street, W.i. [Regent 1379.] 

1910 1924 1 946ft Elton : Percie Ion, f.s.i. ; District Surveyor for 
Wandsworth West, Bank Chambers, 85 High Street, 
Wandsworth, S.W.18. [Battersea 4537.] 

— 1929 2724 * Elwig : Henry, j.p. ; St. Pierre, Mount Ephraim Road, 

Tunbridge Wells, Kent. [Tunbridge Wells 335.] 

— 1925 2020 ||Emden : William Samuel Alfred (Emden, Egan & Co.), 

7 Garrick Street, W.C.2. [Regent 5673.] 

— 1904 966 Emley : Frank (Emley & Williamson), Stanley House, 

Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
[Johannesburg 948.] 

— 1921 1774 §English : Charles William, 36 Mecklenburgh Square, 

W.C.i. [Terminus 3793.] 

1908 1923 1900 [Epps : Walter Maxted (Walter M. Epps & Claud V. 

Ponder), 616-617 Bank Chambers, 329 High Holborn, 
W.C.i. [Holborn 2239.] 

1895 1917 i6n # tERRiNGTON : Charles Septimus, Victoria Buildings, 

Grainger Street West, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1883 1892 668 | Essex : Oliver, Colmore House, 21 Waterloo Street, 

Birmingham. 

— 1925 2287 §Evans : Ernest Hollyer, 3 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

— 1925 2108 Evans: Thomas Jay (T. Jay Evans & Son), 120-122 

Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 9538- 
9539 -] 

1926 1929 2708! F.vershed : Sydney Fritz, Lloyds Bank Chambers, 

Oxted, Surrey. [Oxted 368.] 

1891 1906 1147 [Eves : William Lionel, f.s.i. ; 54 High Street 

Uxbridge. [G.P.O. 13 Uxbridge.] 

— 1920 1718 §Evill : Norman, 67 George Street, Portman Square, W.i . 

1921 i 7/5 §Ewen : Arthur John Clifford, 8 Champion Grove, 

Denmark Hill, S.E.5. [Brixton 3801.] 


-357*t Eairhurst : Harry Smith, Chancery Chambers, 55 
Brown Street, Manchester. [Manchester City 258.] 
2574 Fairlie : Reginald Francis Joseph, a.r.s.a. ; 7 Ainslie 
Place. Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 20923 ] 

2288 §Fairweather : Hubert Moore (William A. Pite, Son & 
Fairweather), 12 Carteret Street, Queen Anne’s Gate. 
S.W.i. [Victoria 8854.] 

1593 [Fairweather ; J OHN> 182 Trongate, Glasgow 
202! Falconer: Thomas, President of the Gloucestershire 
Architectural Association, 27 Soho Square, W.i [Gerrard 
biooj, ana Amberley, Glos. [Amberley y.l 
2699 Falkner : Harold (Falkner & Aylwin), 24 West Street 
Farnham, Surrey. [Farnham 574.] 

2722 § : Farmer : Frank Quentery (North, Robin & Wilsdon) 
[Long Pan, Chesham Bois, Bucks], Townsend House, 
Greycoat Place, S.W.i. [Victoria 3322.] 


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1908 1916 

— 1920 

— 1926 

— 1908 

— 1928 

— 1891 

— 1907 

— 1927 

— 1921 

— 1922 

— 1916 

— 1903 

1889 1900 

— 1906 

— 1927 

— 1926 

— 1903 

1914 1928 

1927 


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Number. 

856 Farmer : Henry Edward, m.b.e. (Hickton, Farmer & 
Farmer) ; 57 Colmore Row, Birmingham [Birmingham 
Central 7274], and 15 Bridge Street, Walsall. [Walsall 
1 10.] 

1582 [Farmer : James Westbrook (E. Lauriston Conder, 
Follett & Farmer), Cangallo, 666 Buenos Aires, 
Argentine Republic. [Buenos Aires Rivadavia 1559.] 
1359 Farquharson : Horace Cowley Nesham, 14 North 
Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, W. [Mayfair 
6036.] 

1597 [Farrow : George Reginald (Farrow & Turner) [South 
Place, Hollymead Road, Chipstead, Surrey], Amberley 
House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 
93I4-] 

1719 §Farrow : John Wilford Hilbert (Farrow & Stocks), 
Oxford Chambers, East London, South Africa. [East 
London 18.] 

2366 ‘iFaunch : Frederick George, 76 Cranbrook Road, 
Ilford, Essex. 

1408 Fawckner : Lieut. -Col. Edgar Hinton, r.e., t.d. 

(Habershon & Fawckner) ; Queens Chambers, 41 High 
Street, Newport, Mon. [Newport 2542.] 

2555 TFenn : Frederick, j.p. ; 1 North Parade, Parsonage, 
Deansgate, Manchester. [Manchester City 3773.] 

621 Fenning : Arthur Richard George, Chairman of the 
Brighton District Chapter of the South-Eastern Society 
of Architects, St. John’s Lodge, Meads, Eastbourne. 
122s Fenton : William Carter, j.p. ; 10 Paradise Square, 
Sheffield. [Sheffield 21970.] 

24685] [Ferguson : Godfrey W., j.p. [“ Carmanenagh,” Fort- 
william, Belfast (F.i s)l : 83 Roval Avenue, Belfast. 
[Belfast 581.] 

1776 §Fermaud : Edmund Auguste (Petch & Fermaud), 
12 Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 1. [Victoria 2996.] 
1866 Ferrers : The Rt. Hon. The Earl, f.s.a. ; Staunton 
Harold, Ashby-de-Ia-Zouch. 

1608 §Ferrier: Claude Waterlow (in conjunction with Major 
W. B. Binnie), 4 Pickering Place, St. James’s Street, 
S.W. 1. \T.A. Ciaufer, London. — Gerrard 5300.] 

906 Field : Horace, 5 Gower Street, W.C.i . [Museum 2682.] 
825 [Figgis : Thomas Phillips, 9 Old Square, Lincoln’s 

Inn, W.C. [Holbom 4630.] 

1150 Finch : Henry William, 109 London Road, Burgess 
Hill, Sussex. 

2505 § [Fincher : Percy Robert, Bank Chambers, Broadway 
Parade, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. [Leigh-on-Sea 7309.] 
2351 c Finlayson: William, Stratheam Lodge, Crieff Perthshire 

907 *Fisher : Lieut. -Col. James William (Talbot Brown & 

Fisher), Burysteed Place, Wellingborough. [Welling- 
borough 21.] 

2624 [Fisher : Colonel Stanley Howe, m.c. (F. J. Fisher & 
Son), ; 35 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i . [Holbom 
6546.] 

253 8 § i Fitch-J ones : Basil Wallace, Public Works Depart- 
ment, Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa 




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1896 1907 

— 1926 

1889 1904 


— 1908 

1905 1929 

— 1925 

1896 1905 

— 1921 

1914 1928 


— 1915 1586 


— 1925 

— 1925 


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— 1926 

— 1919 


— 1921 

1895 1906 


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Number. 

1232 JFitzsimons : Nicholas (Tulloch & Fitzsimons), Belfast 
Bank Chambers, 21 Castle Place, Belfast. [Belfast 797.] 

2408 Fleming : Frank Leonard Hodgson, Exploration Build- 
ing, Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

93o*J FLETCHER : Sir BANISTER (FLIGHT), f.s.a., f.s.i., 
President, Vice-President 1925-27, ex-Sheriff of the City 
of London, Officier de la Legion d’Honneur (France), 
Commander of the Order of Leopold II (Belgium), 
Commander of the Order of the Crown of Italy, Com- 
mander of the Order of the Crown of Roumania, 
Commander of the Order of George I (Greece), Com- 
mander of the Order of the Rising Sun (Japan), Knight 
Commander of the Order of the Excellent Crop, with 
Grand Cordon (China), Hon. Member of the British 
Academy of Arts at Rome, Hon. Corres. Member of 
the American Institute of Architects, Membre Corres- 
pondant de la Societe Centrale des Architectes Franfais 
[Godwin Bursar 1893, Medal of Merit, Tite Prize 
Competition 1895, Institute Medallist (Essays) 1896] ; 
1 King’s Bench Walk, E.C4. [T.A. Banister London. 

— City 0063. J 

1398 *FLETCHER : HENRY MARTINEAU, M.A.Cantab. ; 

Vice-President ; 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. [Chan- 
cery 8126.J 

2709 J Fletcher : John Alfred, Deputy City Architect, Town 
Hall, Bradford. 

2022 ||Fletcher : William Billington, 17 George Street, 
St. Helens, Lancs. [St. Helens 234.] 

986*1 Flockton : Charles Burrows (Gibbs, Flockton & 
Gibbs), 15 St. James ’s Row, Sheffield. [Sheffield 24365 .] 

1777 §Floyd : Francis Hayward, 20 Market Place, Newbury, 

Berks. [Newbury 184.] 

2625 JFOGGITT : GEORGE HERBERT, a.r.c.a. (Arch.) 

Lond. (Chorley, Gribbon & Foggitt) [Tite Prizeman 
1911]; President of the West Yorkshire Society of 
Architects ; 3 Park Place, Leeds. [Leeds 24084.] 
§Forbes : James Edwin (Forbes & Tate) [The Sheiling, 
Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks], 97 Jermvn Street, S.W.i. 
[Gerrard 4478.] 

PFord : Andrew, 7 Gildredge Road, Eastbourne. 

ISFord : Charles Reginald, f.r.g.s. (Gummer & Ford) ; 
Insurance Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland, New 
Zealand. [Auckland 45-884.] 

2424ft- F ord : Lawton Robert, f.s.i. ; 18 Lovelace Gardens, 
Surbiton, Surrey. 

2397 §Forge : Frederick Lindus, 13 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, 
W.C.t. [Holborn 2710.] 

i644*§Forre!,t : George Topham, f.r.s.e. ; Superintending 
Architect of Metropolitan Buildings and Architect 

oV' he V° ndon County Council, New County Hall, 
S.E.i. [Hop 5000.] 

1778 §Forster : Joseph, The Courts, Carlisle. 

1 i02*t Forsyth : \\illiam Adam (Forsvth & Maule) [24 The 

rxi k '-f G ° derS ? l!! - N W l C. 12 Stratford Placet W.i. 
[Maytair 3142.] 


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— 1914 1545 §Foss : John Henry Beart, 9 The Common, Ealing, W. 

[Ealing 1834.] 

— 1923 2074 UFoster : Alfred, 73 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. 

1900 1927 2458 [Foster : Alfred Herbert, c/o City Council, Town Hall, 
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

1909 1922 1864 [Foster : Reginald Charles, m.c. (Tooley & Foster) ; 

Warwick House, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. [Buckhurst 
°34S-] 

1913 1914 1536 [Foster : Thomas Oliphant [Durbar Building, 12 Phayre 

Street, Rangoon, Burma], 6 New Burlington Street, W.t . 

— 1925 2075 UFoster : William Frederick, f.s.i. ; 45 Nine Elms 

Lane, S.W.8. 

— - 1928 2639 §Foster : William Thomas Benjamin (Foster & Son), 

1 1 Pelham Place, Seaford, Sussex [Seaford 240] ; and 
Buxted, Sussex. 

1905 1923 1901 [Fouracre : John Leighton, Lloyds Bank Chambers, 

Bank Street, Plymouth. [T.A. Fouracre Architect 
Plymouth.— Plymouth 1393.] 

— 1925 2212 IIFowler : Ernest George, Whetstone House, Whetstone, 

Leicester. 

— 1929 2726 Foxley : Allen, M.A.Cantab. (Crickmer & Foxley) ; 

1 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, W.C.2 [Holbom 3031] ; and 
19 Leys Avenue, Letchworth, Herts. 

— 1925 2076 ||Foy : Joseph, 21 Acresfield, Bolton, Lancs. [Bolton 

847-] 

1915 1923 1925 [Francis: Eric Carwardine (Stone & Francis) [Welsh 

Street, Chepstow], Lloyds Bank Chambers, Taunton 
[Taunton 16], and at Chepstow and Minehead. 

1900 1919 1 6s4*[ Franck : James Ernest, i New Court, Lincoln’s Inn, 

W.C. [Holbom 5313.] 

— 1927 2519 Fraser: Gerald de Courcy, 27 Dale Street, Liverpool. 

1897 1914 i55i*[Frasek : Gilbert Wilson, m.c. ; Wellington Buildings, 

The Strand, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 3966.] 

1907 1917 i6i7*[Fraser : Percival Maurice, 87 Buckingham Palace 

Road, S.W.r. [Victoria 9189.] 

1903 1926 2337 [Fread : Horace Charles, Millmead, Lower Green, 

Esher, Surrey. 

— 1925 2234 [[French : Sidney, 40 Regent Street, Cambridge. [Cam- 

bridge 89.] 

1890 1924 1947 [Frere : Eustace Corrie, i Lincoln’s Inn Fields, W.C.2. 
[Central 9365.] 

— 1927 2506 §Fry : Reginald Cuthbert, 12 Clifford’s Inn, Fleet 

Street, E.C.4. [Holborn 0173.] 

— 1907 1233 Fyfe : David Theodore, M.A.Cantab. ; The University 

School of Architecture, 39 Lensfield Road, Cambridge. 
[Cambridge 237.] 


1902 1921 1736 [Gage : Charles Henry (Mewes & Davis), 22 Conduit 

Street, W.r. [Mayfair 1208 and 1209.] 

1903 1926 2425 [Gall: Robert Robb, 10 Loanhead Terrace, Aberdeen. 

— 1929 2671 §Galloway : David Wishaht, 2 Market Street, Brechin, 

Scotland. 

1891 1920 1673 [Gamble : Henry Gilbert (Scorer, Gamble & Co.), 

Bank Street Chambers, Lincoln. [Lincoln 139.] 




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2484 §Gardner : Gilbert Thomas Francis, 7 St. Aldate’s, 
Oxford. [Oxford 2427.] 

1780 §Gardner : Harry Richard (Adams & Gardner) 

[“ Littlecourt,” St. Mary Road, Leatherhead, Surrey], 
32 Craven Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 4892.] 

1781 §Garlick : Francis John, 40 Windsor Road, Finchley, 

N.3. [Finchley 0450.] 

2256 ‘ Garrett : Thomas (Thomas Garrett & Son), 34 Ship 
Street, Brighton. [Brighton P.O. 840.] 

1782 §Gaskell : Peter, J.p. (Freeman, Son & Gaskell) ; Albert 

Chambers, 11 Carr Lane, Hull. [Hull 6502.] 

49i # | Gass : John Bradshaw (Bradshaw Gass & Hope) 
[Class of Proficiency 1880, Vol. Arch. Exam., 
Godzvin Bursar 1885], 19 Silverwell Street, Bolton. 
[T.A. Bradgass, Bolton. — Bolton 1746 and 1747.] 

1507 JGauld : William Edgar, 19 Diamond Street, Aberdeen. 
2426 j G aunt : Oliver [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1911-12], 
4 Midan Suares, Cairo, Egypt. 

2459 JGaymer : Bernard Preston, P.O. Nakuru, Kenya 
Colony, East Africa. 

2375 I Gee : Ernest (Quiggin & Gee), Harrington Chambers, 24 
North John Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 4874.] 
2640 §Geeson : Herbert Lambert (Giles & Geeson), P.O. 

Box 165, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa [Nairobi 
395 ]> an d P.O. Box 307, Kampala, Uganda, East 
Africa. [Kampala 148.] 

643 [Gelder : Sir William Alfred, f.s.i. (Gelder & Kitchen) ; 
120 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull. [ T.A . Gelder Archi- 
tect, Hull. — Hull 204.] 

2648 George : Walter Sykes, a.r.c.a. ; 3 Cavalry Lines, 

Delhi, India. 

444 Gibbins : John George, “ Heytesbury,” Ditchling. 
Hassocks, Sussex. [Hassocks 132.] 

908 Gibbons : John, 16 Barlow Moor Road, Didsbury, Man- 
chester. 

1655 J Gibbons : John Harold, m.c. [Pugin Student 1903] ; 

4 St. Mary’s Parsonage, Manchester ; and Centre 
Tower, Abbey House, Victoria Street, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 5726.] 

654 Gibbs : Edward Mitchel, M.A.(Hon.), j.p. (Gibbs, 
Flockton & Gibbs), 15 St. James’s Row, Sheffield. 
[Sheffield 24365.] 

873*JGibson : James Glen Sivewright, Vice-President 
1906-10 [2 Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, N.W.], 

5 Old Bond Street, W. [Mayfair 504.] 

2575 Gibson : Robert Hanna, 16 Donegall Square South, 
Belfast. [Belfast 2235.] 

2151 Gilbert: Arthur Charles, 10 Westboume Grove 
Terrace, W.2. 

143b [Gilbert : Horace, 60 Buckingham Palace Road, S.W.i. 
[Sloane 2522.] 

1 S65*J Gill : Charles Lovett (Richardson & Gill) [Ashpitel Prize- 
man 1904] 4 i Russell Square, W.C. [Museum 4185 .] 
2591 + Gilmour : Thomas Gilchrist, Office of Public Works, 
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1911 1916 1594 JGlanfield : Ernest Budge (W. E. Riley & Glanfield), 

[“ Bourdon,” Ranulf Road, Hampstead, N.W.2.] 

6 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 
7328.] 

— 1925 2023 UGlass : Marcus Kenneth, 20 Saville Row, Newcastle- 

upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 755.] 

— 1925 2166 ||Glover: Kenneth, ii Saville Chambers, North 

Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 

6173J 

1889 1904 938*]: Goddard : Henry Langton, M.A.Oxon. ; Newton 

Harcourt Manor, near Leicester. 

— 1926 2358 Godfrey : Walter Hindes, f.s.a. (Wratten & Godfrey) 

[Inst. Medallist (Essays) 1906] ; 18 Queen Anne’s 

Gate, S.W.i [Victoria 6711] ; and 203 High Street, 
Lewes, Sussex [Lewes 268.] 

— 1926 2409 Godsell : George Herbert, 14 Martin Place, Sydney, 

New South Wales. 

1914 1923 1926 JGodwin : William Hubert, Bank Buildings, Kidder- 

minster [Kidderminster 183] ; and Load Street, 
Bewdley. 

1913 1926 2338 J Gold : Hugh Andrew, m.c. ; 14 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

[Chancery 8379 ] 

1907 1926 2339 J Goldsmith : Major George Hartley, m.c. ; 44 Great 

Russell Street, W.C.i. [Museum 4136.] 

1910 1927 2460 JGoodchild : William (Grant & Goodchild), 9 Quay 

Street, Cardiff. [Cardiff 1740.] 

— 1924 1956 *GOODHART-RENDEL : HARRY STUART, 34A 

Gloucester Place, W.x. [Mayfair 5156.] 

— 1926 2443 V: Goodman : John, Colmore House, 21 Waterloo Street, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 763.] 

— 1921 1783 §Goodrham : Henry Robert, 6 King’s Bench Walk, 

Temple, E.C.4. [Central 2679.] 

1911 1927 2494 J Goodwin : Bernard Malcolm [R.I.B.A. Donaldson 

! Medallist 1905-06], [“ Wych Cross,” Keston, Kent], 

7 Carteret Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 2835.] 

1921 1928 2561 J Gordon : Alexander, mp.ARCH.Abdn. ; Municipal 

Offices, Singapore, Straits Settlements 
1904 1920 1708 + Gordon : Henry Percy (Gordon 8c Gordon) [“ Ingle- 

wood,” Chorleywood Road, Rickmansworth, Herts] ; 
Finsbury House, Blomfield Street, E.C.2. [London 
Wall 5825.] 

— 1916 1609 §Gordon : Walter Symington Athol, 5 Old Bond 

Street, W.i. 

1928 2O41 § Gorst : Frank Herbert (Richard Gor.-,t 8c Son), 7 Birley 

- Street, Blackpool. [Blackpool 70.] 

$ 1901 1913 1508 JGoslett : Alfred Harold, 28 Theobald’s Road, W.C. 

I [Museum 6336.] 

— 1905 1010 Gosling : Ernest John, i Verulam Buildings, Gray’s 

i Inn, W.C. 

1 — 1886 382 *Gotch : John Alfred, Hon. M.A.Oxon., f.s.a. ; President 

1923-25, Vice-President 1914-19, Hon. Corres. Member 
of the American Institute of Architects ; Bank 
Chambers, Kettering. 

1906 1922 1891 JGotch : Laurence Mursell [Institute Medallist (Draw- 

ings) 1904]. 73 St. James’s Street. S.W.i. 



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1912 


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Number. 

1695 { Gough : Arthur Reutlinger (W. V. Gough & 

24 Bridge Street, Bristol. [Bristol 3798.] 

1469 {Grace : Lionel Upperton (Grace & Farmer) [ Grissell 

Gold Medallist 1902], 3 and 4 Wardrobe Place, Doctors 
Commons, E.C.4. [Central 0090.] 

1784 §Graham : Patrick Hamilton, Architect, Routh’s 
Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand. 

2495 {Granger : William Fraser, 7 John Street, Adelphi, 
W.C.2. [Regent 7519.] 

1959 {Grant : John Peter Dippie, f.s.a. ; Bute Estate 
Chambers, 3 Castle Street, Cardiff [Cardiff 913] ; (Grant 
& Goodchild), 9 Quay Street, Cardiff. [Cardiff 
1740.] 

1674 {Grant : Thomas Francis Wiltshire, m.c. [Inst. 

Medallist ( Drawings ) 1911] ; 11 Buckingham Street, 
Adelphi, W.C.2. [Gerrard 4015.] 

2109 I'Gray : Andrew, 64 Duncombe Road, Hertford, Herts. 
2562 {Gray : George Hall (Hays & Gray), 50 Camden 
Street, North Shields. [North Shields 627] ; and 
Central Chambers, Wingate, Co. Durham. [Wingate 3.] 
i452*{ Grayson : George Hastwell, m.a. Cantab. (Grayson & 
Barnish) ; 606 Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. 

[Liverpool Bank 3425.] 

2077 ' Green : Captain James Jameson, 21 Harrington Street, 
Liverpool [Liverpool Bank 1151] ; and at “ Hillsboro,” 
Riverbank Road, Heswall, Cheshire. [Heswall 320.] 

1 407*! Green : Mowbray Aston, rav.a. (Mowbray Green & 
Hollier) : 27 Queen Square, Bath. [Bath 661.] 

1722 {Green : Thomas Frank, p.a.s.i. ; 50 Anson Road, 

Cncklewood, N.W.2. [Willesden 1692.] 
i425*t Green : William Curtis, a.r.a., Vice-President 1923-24, 
Officier d’Academie Fran9ai.se [R.I.B.A. London 
Architecture Medal 1922], 5 Pickering Place, St. 
James’s Street, S.W. [ T.A . Modillion, Piccy, London. 
— Regent 2893.] 

1509 §Greene : Clare Arnold Clayton, Barclay Chambers, 
Fawcett Street, Sunderland. [Sunderland 1144.] 

1470 {Greene : Major William Hoaat, o.b.e. ; c/o Bank of 

Montreal, Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland. 

1 63 1 *{ Greenslade : Sidney Kyffin [Pugin Student 1891, 
Gnssell Gold Medallist 1897, Godwin Bursar 1900] 
Lio Powderham Crescent, Exeter], n Gray’s Inn 
Square, W.C. [Chancery 7269.] 

Gregory : Frederick William Charles [Inst. Medallist 
(Drazvrngs) 1902] (Gregory & Robinson), Castlegate 
Chambers. Castlegate, Notts. [Nottingham 43924.] 
t- GS °^ : „, Thomas Sedgwick (Gregson, Batley & 
Chartered Bank Building, Esplanade 
bort, Bombay, India. [Bombay 2034s.] 

442 {Grellier: William District Surveyor for Clapham 

W M-C Stre r?; <r’ apham ’ S - W -4l, 3 and 4 Clement’s 
Inn, \\ .C.2. [Holborn 5521 ] 

2539 §Grey : George Willis f.s.i. • [c/o Gilbert Dunsmore, 

r.&BSlisXS Br “ lfey Ri “- SE -«I- 


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— 1905 

— 1921 

1910 1926 

— 1899 

j 1910 1923 

I 

i — 1921 

' 1910 1925 

1939 1926 

j 

J 0 . 

* 1896 1914 


1909 1929 

i — ^25 

1911 1924 

— 1901 

1910 1920 

; I9II X9I9 

J# 

1882 I896 

J 1921 1929 


Serial 

Number. 

2710 [Gribbon : Blakeley Rinder (Chorley, Gribbon & 
Foggitt), 3 Park Place, Leeds. [Leeds 24084]. 

2550 [Grice : William Stanley, m.c. ; 7 Gray’s Inn Place, 
W.C.i. [Chancery 8584.] 

2642 §Griffith : Gronwy Robert, 2 Post Office Lane, Den- 
bigh. [Denbigh 51.] 

2527 [Groom : Percy John, Botolph Chambers, 119 Bishops- 
gate, E.C.2. [Bishopsgate 7074.] 


987 *Groves : John Francis, Tredegar Estate Office, Newport, 
Mon. 

1785 §Grundy : Samuel (J. W. Grundy & Son) [2 Richmond 

Terrace, Ulverston], Central Buildings, Ulverston, 
Lancs. [Ulverston in.] 

2427 [Gummer : William Henry (Gummer & Ford), 721-723 
New Zealand Insurance Buildings, Queen Street, 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

797 Gunton : Jos 1 ah (Gunton & Gunton), Empire House, 
St. Martin’s-le-Grand, E.C.i. [City 2676/7/8.] 

1911 [Gunton : William Henry, f.s.i. (Gunton & Gunton), 
Empire House, St. Martin’s-le-Grand, E.C.i. [City 
2676/7/8.] 

1786 §Gurney : Arthur Edward [17 Woodland Rise, Muswell 

Hill, N.io], 32 Craven Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 
4892.] 

2223 *[ Guthrie : Leonard Rome, m.c. (Wimperis, Simpson & 
Guthrie) ; 61 South Molton Street, W.i. [Mayfair 
34I3-] 

2376 [Gutteridge : Lieut.-Col. Reginald Fowler, t.d. ; 

9 Portland Street, Southampton. [Southampton 2670.] 


i552*[HADFIELD : CHARLES MATTHEW ELLISON 
(Hadfield & Cawkweli), President of the Sheffield, 
South Yorkshire and District Society of Architects and 
Surveyors, Cairns Chambers, 19 St. James’s Street, 
Sheffield. [Sheffield 23548.] 

2656 [Hagell : Frederic William, 32 Harberton Road, 
Whitehall Park, N.19. [Archway 2122.] 

229o§!|Haigh : Bertram Hugh Parkin, “ Woode Weye,” 
Heronsgate, Chorley Wood, Herts 
1977 [Hake : Guy Donne Gordon, r.w.a. ; 1 The Paragon, 
Clifton, Bristol. 

843 Hale : William John, 13 St. James’s Row, Sheffield. 
1709 [Hall : Alner Wilson, m.c. ; Rosslyn Lodge, 13 
Gunnersbury Avenue, Ealing Common, W. 
i6s6*[HALL : EDWIN STANLEY, M.A.Oxon. (Edwin T. & 
E. Stanley Hall) ; Vice~President, Hon. Secretary 
1925-28 ; 54 Bedford Square, W.C.i. [Museum 
0037.] 

742 Hall : George Alfred, i Victoria Street, S.W. 

2711 [Hall : George Langley Desmond, Clifton Lodge, 
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1004 1913 1 489*]: Hall : Herbert Austen (Whinney, Son & Austen Hall), 

[ Godwin Bursar 1919], 27 Lansdowne Road, Holland 
Park, W.n, and 37 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. 
[Temple Bar 1674-5.] 

! g 0 j 1362 Hall : John (Henderson & Hall), 28 John Street, 

Sunderland. [Sunderland 242.] 

igoI 848 Hall : Joseph Compton, 20 West Street, Reigate. 

lg2 i 1787 §Hall : Joseph Lockwood, 222 St. Andries Street, 

Pretoria, South Africa. 

lgo 8 1399 Hall : Laurence Kirkpatrick, Little Hatch, Penn, 

Bucks. 

1922 1928 2626 JHall : Captain Montagu Ashley, 26 Newland, Lincoln. 

[Lincoln 439.] 

!Q 0 7 1363 Hall: Richard [Lloyds Bank Chambers, Holyhead — 

Holyhead 43], National Provincial Bank Chambers, 
Bangor, North Wales. [Bangor 205.] 

1892 1899 79 3 *t H all : William Carby, c.b.e (Carby Hall & Sons), 

Prudential Buildings, Park Row, Leeds. [Leeds 

27137.] 

1907 1929 2703 JHALLIDAY : JAMES THEODORE [Ashpitel Prize- 

man 1906] (Halliday & Agate), President of the Manches- 
ter Society of Architects, 14 John Dalton Street, 
Manchester. [Manchester Central 3149.] 

— 1925 2140 [Hall- Jones : Frederick, f.s.i. ; Parliament Mansions, 

Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 6738.] 

— 1906 1104 Hamilton : John, 112 Bath Street, Cdasgow. [Glasgow 

Douglas 373.] 

— 1907 1364 Hammond : Ralton Gardner, 4A Bloomsbury Square, 

W.C.i. 

1900 1921 i857*|Hamp : Stanley Hinge (Collcutt & Hamp) [6 Edwardes 

Square, Kensington, W.8], 126 Wigmore Street, W.i. 
[Wei beck 9181 .] 

1910 1926 2340 JHampson : Joseph Lo' :s, 310 St. Helens Road, Bolton. 
1910 1924 1948 J Hans comb : Charles Ernest, Station Approach, 
Sanderstead, Surrey. [Purley 1151.] 

— 1928 2601 *[Harber : William Francis, Black Mill, Fairlight 

Downs, Ore, Hastings. 

— 1921 1788 §HARBRON : GEORGE DUDLEY (Harbron & Hick), 

President of the York and East Yorkshire Architectural 
Society, 36 George Street, Hull. [Hull 31 155.] 

— 1902 879 JHardcastle : Colonel Wilfred John, Chairman of the 

Guildford District Chapter of the South Eastern Society of 
Architects, “ Briarfield, ' Ashvvood Road, Woking, Surrey. 

— 1905 988 Hardwick : Arthur Jessop, p.a.s.i. ; Eagle Chambers, 

Kingston-on-Thames. 

— 1927 2485 §Hardwick-Terry : Edward, Ministry' of Health, White- 

hall, S.W.i. 

— • 1925 2291 § Harper: Leonard Ewex, Ruskin Chambers, 191 

Corporation Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 3805 and 5635.] 

1922 1926 2377 1 Harried : Fred, M.A.Oxon. ; 57.A High Street, Totnes, 
South Devon, and at Little Stor, Storrington, Sussex. 
1894 1913 152° J Harrington : Harry (Harrington & Evans), Western 

Chambers, South Street, Romford, Essex. [Romford 
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1925 2292§||Harrington : Llewellyn Harry, Tudor Cottage, 
Selsdon Road, South Croydon, Surrey. 

1915 1566 [Harris : Charles William (Harris & Hobson), Bristowe 

Chambers, 8 Harrington Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool 
Bank 3818.] 

1914 1 532*t Harris : Emanuel Vincent, o.b.e. ; 29 St. James’s 

Square, S.W.i. [Gerrard 2151.] 

1925 2193 •IiHarris : Morrie Jacob (Emley, Williamson & Harris), 

Stanley House, Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, 
and P.O. Box 1311, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
[ T.A . “Architecture,” Johannesburg — Johannesburg 
984.] 

1904 93i # [Harris : Sidney Frank (Law, Harris & Croft), 9 Gold 
Street, Northampton. [T.A. Law & Harris, North- 
ampton. — Northampton 445.] 

1927 2528 [Harrison : Austen St. Barbe, Architect, Public Works 

Department, P.O. Box 585, Jerusalem, Palestine. 

1906 1154 Harrison : Claude, 50 Doughty Street, Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Museum 6696.] 

1918 1632 §Harrison : Edward Lewis, c o Royal Victorian Institute 

of Architects, 53-55 Collins Place, Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Australia. 

1926 2444I1IIHARRISON : Fred, 30 Willow Street, Accrington [Accring- 

ton 2517], and 17 Agnew Street, Lytham. 

1923 i9I2*JHarrison : James Stockdale (Stockdale Harrison & 
Sons), 7 St. Martin’s East, Leicester. [Leicester 59465.] 

1907 1366 Harrison : Nathaniel William, Chairman of the 

Oxford Society of Architects, 5 Turl Street, Oxford. 

1925 2176 !|Harrison : Thomas (Harrison & Ash), 22 Ellison Place, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 5948.] 

1928 2627 [Harrison : William Holgate (Sames & Green), 

14 Richmond Terrace, Blackburn. [Blackburn 5968.] 
1904 946 [Hart : Alfred Henry, i Verulam Buildings, Gray’s 

Inn, W.C. [Holbom 7948.] 

1918 i622*§Harvey : William Alexander, 5 Bennett’s Hill, Bir- 

mingham. 

1921 1789 §Haslock : William Edwin, Diocesan Surveyor for 

York (North Riding), 143 Albert Road, Middles- 
brough-on-Tees, Yorks. 

1928 2643 §Hastie : Edward (Elgood & Hastie), 10 Henrietta 
Street, Cavendish Square, W.i. [Mayfair 1812.] 

1892 632 Hatchard-Smith : John (J. Hatchard-Smith & Son), 

[Charlwood, Epsom], 11 Haymarket, S.W.i. [T.A. 
Hatchards London. — Regent 4345.] 

1923 1928 [Hatchard-Smith : Major William Hornby (J. 

Hatchard-Smith & Son), [Charlwood, Epsom], 11 
Haymarket, S.W.i. [T.A. Hatchards London. — 
Regent 4345 ] 

1919 1657 [Hathaway : Percy William, f.s.i. ; City Architect, 

Municipal Offices, Calcutta, India. 

1926 2388 ^Havers : Albert Charles. 66 London Street, Norwich. 

1926 2428 [Haward : Francis Robert Boyd (Olley & Havvard), 

5 Queen Street, Great Yarmouth. [Great Yarmouth 1 99.] 
1906 1055 [Hawke : William, The Rhodes Buildings, St. George’s 

Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 




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2486 §Hawkes : Thomas Frank, “ Lynton,” Woodside Avenue, 
Esher, Surrey. [Esher — Emberbrook 1064.] 

2461 J Hawley : Charles Dearman [Distinction in Thesis ], 
Tilehurst, West Street, Ewell, Surrey. 

2540 §Hay : George Morrison, 4c Bonaccord Street, 
Aberdeen. 

2398§||Haynes : Frederick Stanley, 9 Dean Court, North 
Wembley, Middlesex. • 

1978 JHays : John Wilson (Hays & Gray) [“ The Home- 
stead,” Wingate, Co. Durham], Central Chambers, 
Wingate, Co. Durham [Wingate 3] and 50 Camden 
Street, North Shields. [North Shields 627.] 

2026 ||Hayward : Percy George [79 High Street, Southend- 
on-Sea.— Southend 631], 11 and 12 Fenchurch Street, 
E.C.3. [Royal 7681 .] 

1482 §Haywood : William [ Pugin Student 1897] (Buckland & 
Haywood, Norwich Union Chambers, Congreve Street, 
Birmingham— Birmingham Central 1999), 24s Bristol’ 
Road, Birmingham. 

1213 JHazell : Wilberforce Ernest [R.I.B.A. Donaldson 
Medallist 1891-92], 5 Tavistock Square, W.C.i. 
[Museum 3246.] 

2529 JHeal : Albert Victor, m.c. ; 11 Gray’s Inn Square 
W.C.i. [Chancery 7546.] 

1618 t H ealey : Alfred John, 29 George Street, Hanover 
Square, W.i. [Mayfair 5934.] 

2725 f Healey : William Everard, 119 Grange Road, Rams- 
gate, Kent. [Ramsgate 23.] 

2128 ||Healing : Samuel Holland (Healing & Overbury) 
Rodney Lodge, Rodney Road, Cheltenham. [Chelten- 
ham 2847.] 

1421 t Heath : John Stanley, i S New Bridge Street, Ludgate 
Circus, E.C.4. [City 6888.] 


2078 ]|Heathcote : Alexander Thomson, 77 Longford Place, 
Victoria Park, Manchester. [Manchester Central 7328 ] 
337 Heathcote: Charles Henry (Chas. Heathcote & 
Sons), Vice-President 1922-23 [19 Iddesleigh House, 
7 |t« e t Westminster, S.W.i-Victoria 5003] 

53 K ‘ n8 S"' 1 ’ M " ch “ ,er ' 

2027 HHrathcote : Edgar Horace, M.A.Cantab„ m.inst.c.e., 
t d (Chi* Heathcote & Sons) [19 Iddesleigh House 
Caxton Street Westminster, S.W.i— Victoria 5003] • 

53 K,n8 Smn ' 

F - :iI - < ch “- Heathcote & 
Sons) [Llo>ds Bank Buildings, 53 King Street 
Manchester-Manchester City 8183] ; 19 Iddesleigh 
H^use, Caxton Street, Westminster, S.W. 9 i. [Victoria 

ion # Heazell : Arthur Ernest iHeazell & a n 

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1923 

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1907 

— 

1928 

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1921 

— 

1928 

1923 

1927 

1913 

1927 

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1910 

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2638 JHebbleth waite : Bernard Robinson, Maison Amato, 
Giza Branch, Cairo, Egypt. [Cairo — Bustan 7861 .] 
1913 | Hedges : Walter Frederick, o.b.e. ; Chief Architect, 
F.M.S., Public Works Department, Kuala Lumpur, 
Federated Malay States. 

1236 Hedley : Hugh Taylor Decimus, 49 Frederick Street, 
Sunderland. [Sunderland 298.] 

2566 §Henderson : Arthur Edward, f.s.a., r.b.a. [ Owen 
Jones Student 1897] ; 16 Marsham Street, West- 

minster, S.W.i. [Victoria 4792.] 

1790 §Henderson : Harold Edgar, P.O. Box 80, Nairobi, 

Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

2613 Henderson: Kingsley Anketell (Anketell & K. 

Henderson), Orient Line Building, 352 Collins Street, 
Melbourne, Australia. 

2462 [Henderson : Colonel William Alexander, c.m.g., 
d.s.o., v.d. (Haddon & Henderson) ; Brougham 
Chambers, 469 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 
Australia. [Melbourne Central 3712.] 

2476 [Hendry : Harry Duncan (Hendry & Schooling), 
6 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 7451.] 

.1037 [Hennell : Alexander Robert [ Tite Prizeman 1894]. 
2238 JHennell : Sidney Thorn, 97 Jermvn Street, Piccadilly, 
W.i [Gerrard 4478], and 45 West Street, Bognor. 
[Bognor 316.] 

1697*1 Hennings : Arthur William, 34 Victoria Buildings, Man- 
chester. [ T.A . Square Manchester.— Manchester 2363.] 
2530 [Henriques : Elias Cosmas, Public Works Department, 
Secretariat, Bombay, India. 

2079 ||Henry : Thomas William, 16 Donegall Square South, 
Belfast. [Belfast 4156.] 

1929 [Hepworth : Philip Dalton [Ashpitel Prizeman 1911, 
Rome Scholar in Architecture 1914], 7 Gray’s Inn 
Place, W.C.i. 

2629 [HERBERT : ALBERT [ Cates Prizeman 1898], 18 Friar 
Lane, Leicester. [Leicester 56.] 

1710 [Hett : Leonard Keir (Searle & Searle), Paternoster 
House, E.C4. [Central 0577.] 

172s §Hewitt : Stanley Goodison, 37 Imperial Buildings, 
2 Exchange Street East, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 
3888.] 

2257 *[ Hey wood : Tames Herbert, i St. Peter’s Street, Oldham. 
1106 HICKS: FREDERICK GEORGE, President of the 
Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland, 86 Merrion 
Square South, Dublin. 

2450§!1Hickson : Clifford (Stocks, Sykes & Hickson), 4 St. 
Peter’s Street, Huddersfield. [Huddersfield 2507.] 
858 [Hickton : John Harry Woodall, Bridge Street, Walsall. 
[T.A. Hickton — Farmer Walsall — Walsall no.] 
2293§ i; Hider : Ernest James Wedlock, ii Avenue Chambers, 
Southampton Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 8077.] 

1791 §Hignett: Cecil Horace, Croft Lane, Norton, Letch- 

worth, Herts. 

2294§ .Hill : John James, Emerson Chambers, Blackett Street, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. ^ [Newcastle Central 3251.] 



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1913 1921 1842 JHill : Joseph (Yetts, Sturdy & Usher) [Distinction 

in Thesis], 34 Gordon Square, W.C.i. [Museum 
0467.] 

igai 1923 1930 [Hill : Oliver, 9 Hanover Square, W.i. [Ambassador 

9381-] 

X926 2399 §Hill : Thomas Jackson (Dixon, Hill & Co.), 52 Union 

Street, Oldham. [Oldham 230.] 

1896 1905 ioi2ftHiLLS : Osborn Close, District Surveyor for West- 

minster East, 60 Haymarket, S.W.i. [Gerrard 4553.] 
1905 1919 1658 [Hinchliffe: Percy Archibald, 14 Regent Street, 

Barnsley. 

1890 1912 i47i*tHiND : Arthur Henry, 3 Grey Friars, Leicester. 

[Leicester 4254.] 

1888 1916 i595 # JHinde : Edward Percy, Royal Insurance Buildings, 

9 North John Street, Liverpool. 

— 1906 1157 Hinds : Rob. Allsebrooke, 8 Duke St., Adelphi, W.C. 

— 1925 2129 (IHing : Harry Peter, 121 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

1899 1921 1737 [Hiorns : Frederick Robert, f.s.a. [Godwin Bursar 

1905],; 11 Gray’s Inn Place, W.C.i. 

. — 1925 2110 [Hirst : Joseph Henry, 47 Hymers Avenue, Hull. 

— 1913 1524 §Hoare : Edward Barclay, B.A.Oxon. ; 22 Portman 

Street, W. [Mayfair 2046.] 

1895 1925 2239 [Hobbs : Frederick Brice, " Power Lea,” Waterloo 

near Liverpool. 

— 1926 2410 Hobbs: Lieut. -General Sir Joseph John Talbot, k.c.p., 

K.C.M.G., v.d., Hon.LL.D. ; (Hobbs, Smith & Forbes' 
St. George’s Terrace, Perth, W. Australia), The 
Bungalow, Keane Street, Peppermint Grove, W. 
Australia. 

1902 1919 1659 [Hobday : William Herbert, f.s.i. (Paine & Hobdav) ; 

2 Millbank House, Wood Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Franklin 6037.] 

1907 1925 2224 [Hobson : Captain Joseph Reginald, m.c. ; P.O. Box 

604, Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

1911 1927 2531 [Hodges: Claude Vivian, 140 Hyde Park Avenue, 

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. [Hamilton Regent 1114.] 

— 1919 1645 §Hodgson : Arthur Nicholas Whitfield, q Hieh 

Street, Windermere. 

1906 1921 1738 [Holden : Charles Henry (Adams, Holden & Pearson) 

[Godwin Bursar 1913], 9 Knightsbridge, Hyde Park 
Corner, S.W.I. [Sloane 4300.] 

1922 1926 2378 [Holden : Walter Frederick Clarke, m.c. ; Salter’s 

Acre, Gregories Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

1908) 1925 2225 [Holt: Harold Guy, Windsor House, 46 Victoria 

to Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 4325.] 

1912, 

19-3/ 

— 1923 2080 Holt: Richard (T. Taliesin Rees & Richard Holt) 

64 Rodney Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Royal r -,i 

— 1921 1793 §Holtom: Edward Gibbs, “The Acacias,” Holt Norfolk 

1898 1912 1472 [Honnor : Timothy, Woodspeen Lodge, West S D een’ 

Newbury, Berks. ! 


1927 2512 *HOOK : Professor ALFRED SAMUEL, a.r.c a Lond ■ 
School of Architecture, University of Svdnev, Svdnev’ 
New South Wales, Australia. ’ ' -’ 


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1918 

1896 

1921 


1891 

1905 

1920 

1902 
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1897 

1918 

1929 

1899 

1928 

1929 

1912 

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1925 

1926 

1925 

1907 

1925 


1909 

1909 

1927 

1927 

1911 

1926 


1905 


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Number. 

751 JHooper : Francis George Fielder (Francis Hooper & 
Son, incorporated with Belfrage, Saville & Hooper) 
[Pugin Student 1882, Godwin Bursar 1888], Norfolk 
House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. [Central 1151.] 
i636*§Hope : Arthur John (Bradshaw Gass & Hope), 19 
Silverwell Street, Bolton. [Bolton 1746—1747.] 

2657 JHorn : Robert William, 30 Kersland Street, Glasgow, 
W.2. 

774 JHornblower : George (Homblower & Anag, 2 Devon- 
shire Terrace, Portland Place, W.i. — Welbeck 4186.), 
Auburn House, Chadlington, Oxon. 

2631 JHorniman : John Henry, c/o Chief Engineer, East 
Indian Railway House, Clive Street, Calcutta, India. 
2712 JHorsblirgh : Arthur Lindsay (Douglas G. Tanner and 
Arthur L. Horsburgh), Great Western Buildings, Livery 
Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 3141.] 
1473 t Horsburgh : Victor Daniel [Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 
1907], Hon. Secretary R.I.B.A. for Canada, 11 Jordan 
Street, Toronto, Canada. [Toronto — Elgin 1090.] 
2295 §Horsburgh : William Peter, f.s.i. ; di6 Exchange 
Buildings, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 2096.] 

2081 I| Horsley : Hubert William, Amberley House, Norfolk 
Street, Strand, W.C. 2. 

2430 JHorth : Frederick John (F. J. Horth & H. Andrew) 
[Soane Medallist 1904], Custom House Buildings, 
Whitefriargate, Hull. [Hull Central 6739.] 

21 1 1 HHouchin : Harold Rogers, “Fleet House,” 58 Fleet 
Street, E.C.4. [Central 4859.] 

1237 How: William Murthwait (Kemp & How), 4 Blooms- 
bury Square, W.C. 1. [Holbom 7901.] 
22io # ||HOWDEN : ROBERT, President-in-Chief of the Institute 
of South African Architects ; P.O. Box 2366, Johannes- 
burg, and 41-45 South African Mutual Buildings, 
Harrison Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
[Johannesburg 1738.] 

1416 JHowell : William Roland [18 Percy Street, W.], 
17 Blagrave Street, Reading. [Reading 392.] 

1426 JHubback : Brig. -General Arthur Benison, c.m.g., 
d.s.o. ; Fairfields, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 
2477*JHubbard : Philip Waddington, M.A.Cantab. (George 
Hubbard & Son) [49 Abingdon Villas, Kensington, 
W.8] ; 45 New Bond Street, W.i. [Mayfair 3168.] 
2541 §Hudson-Holdgate : Lt.-Col. John Graham, Public 
Works Department, Union Buildings, Pretoria, South 
Africa. 

1446 J Hughes : Augustus Edward (Augs. E. Hughes & Son), 28 
Mortimer Street Regent Street, W.i . [Museum 0175.] 
2341 JHughes : Thomas Harold, a.r.c.a. (Arch. Lond.), f.s.i., 
f.r.G.s. [Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1912] ; Director of 
Architectural Studies at the Glasgow School of Archi- 
tecture ; 121 Douglas Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow 
Central 6332.] 

976 Humphreys : George Alfred, a.r.c.a., President of the 
North Wales Architectural Society.; Mostyn Estate 
Office, Llandudno, North Wales. [Llandudno 77.] 


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1906 1929 2658 ^Humphry : Francis John (Young & Hall), 17 Southamp- 

ton Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.i. [Holbom 3518.] 

— 1913 1510 §Hunt : Edward Arthur (William & Edward Hunt), 

Donington House, Norfolk Street, W.C.2. [Gerrard 

1843-] 

1899 1905 1014 JHunt : John, f.s.i. ; 10 Royal Crescent, W.ri. [Park 

6820.] 

— 1913 1511 §Hunt : William (William & Edward Hunt), Donington 

House, Norfolk Street, W.C.2. [Gerrard 1843.] 

— 1905 1039 *Hunt : William George, 15 Cromwell Road, S.W.7. 

[Western 2139.] 

— 1925 2155 [|Hunter : Lt.-Col. Maurice, o.b.e., t.d. ; Highfield, 

Belper, Derbyshire. 

1902 1905 1015 JHussell : Allen Trevis, 32 High Street, Ilfracombe. 

1895 1923 1931 JHUTT : HARRY (Charles Smith & Son), President of '* 

the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Architectural Association, 

164 Friar Street, Reading. [Reading 427J, and 52 
Shinfield Road, Reading. [Reading 2370.] 

1906 1915 1568 t Hutton : David Bateman (Hutton & Taylor), 212 Bath 
Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 112.] 

— 1921 1795 §Huxley : William Sherrin, m.c. ; 10 New Cavendish 

Street, Portland Place, W.r. [Langham 3379.] 

— 1921 1796 §Hyams: Henry, Town Hall, Battersea, S.W.ii. 

— 1929 2687 Hyde : George Taylor, b.sc. (Nobbs & Hyde) ; 14 

Phillips Square, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 


1889 1900 836 JIbberson : Herbert George [Fring House, Seaton, 

Devon], 9 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C. 

— 1925 2160 || Illingworth : William, 15 Sunbridge Road, Bradford. 

— 1925 2173 IIImrie : George Blair (G. Blair Imrie & T. G. Angell), 

2 Mitre Court Chambers, Temple, E.C.4. [Centra’ 

3215-6-] 

— 1925 2200 ||I.\’G : Frederick John (Ing & Jackson), 8-9 Holt’s 

Buildings, Smith Street, Durban, Natal, South .Africa. 
[Durban Central 1638.] 

— 1925 2112 jjlNGLis : Major Thomas Stewart, d.s.o. ; Felbridge, 

East Grinstead, Sussex. 

1913 1927 2532 J Ingram : Thomas Frederick, 83 Buckingham Palace 

Road, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 9304.] 

' 1925 2113 -I Ingram . William George, 4 Verulam Buildings 

Grays Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 8036.] 

1920 1929 2691 t Irwin : Leighton Francis (Irwin & Stevenson), Temple 
Court, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 
[Melbourne Central 10339.] 


— 1925 2001 Jack: Gavin Heynes, m.inst.c.e.,f.s.a. ; County Council 

_ , „ . T offi «s. High Town, Hereford. [Hereford 1090 ] 

1891 1906 1108 t Jackson : Arthur Blomfield, 3 New Square Lincoln’s 

Inn, W .C. [Holbom 4848.] 

— 1025 2171 Jackson : Charles Edward, Rosemount, Edenbridge, 

— 1914 1561 § Jackson : Martin Thomas Ernest, i Cromwell Road 

South Kensington, S.W. [Kensington 3751.] 



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1926 

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1906 

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2688 Jackson : Ralph (Jackson & Barker), 200 Mount Road, 
Madras, S. India. [T.A. “Abacus,” Madras. — 
Madras 3021.] 

1797 §Jackson : Thomas Gordon (Gordon Jackson & 
Lambert), 7 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i 
[Museum 8485], and 4 St. Mark’s Square, Regent’s 
Park, N.W. primrose Hill 1785.] 

2647 ‘{Jacques : John Henry (J. T. Newman & Jacques), 
61 West Ham Lane, Stratford, E.15. [Maryland 2545.] 
2431 [James : Charles Holloway (James & Bywaters), 
33 Bedford Place, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. 
[Museum 9952.] 

1 109 [James : Richard Croft (Richard C. James & Steadman), 
31 St. Nicholas Street, Bristol. [Bristol 1375.] 

2161 HJamieson : Ernest Arthur O. Auldjo (Auldjo 
Jamieson & Amott), 13 ' Young Street, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 22204.] 

2029 HJeeves : Stanley Gordon, m.c. ; 16 Hanover Square, 
W.i. [Mayfair 0766 and 0767.] 

2644 §Jenkin : Captain Ernest Edward Kemeys, 25 Queen 
Street, Exeter. 

i924*§Jenkins : Gilbert Henry (Romaine-Walker & Jenkins), 
6 Old Bond Street, W.i. [Gerrard 8427.] 

1708 §Jerdan : John, 12 Castle Street, Edinburgh. [Edin- 
burgh Central 7010.] 

1915 [Jewell: Harry Herbert, 12 Great James Street, Bed- 
ford Row, W.C.i. [Museum 5745.] 

I474*[Joass : John James [ Pugin Student 1892, Owen Jones 
Student 1895], 40 bt. James’s Place, S.W.i. 
[Gerrard 7154.] 

2296 §Johns : Edwin Thomas (Johns & Slater), Chairman of 
the Suffolk Association of Architects, 8 Lower Brook 
Street, Ipswich. [Ipswich 2669.] 

947 Johnson : Charles Grove ; 3A de Colon No. 4r, 
Mexico, D.F. 

1843 [Johnson : George Alfred, Bank of Taiwan Building, 
1 Kiukiang Road, Shanghai, China. 

2507 §H Johnson : John Graham, i Rockland Court, Victoria, 
British Columbia, Canada. 

2400 §Johnston : Joseph Marr, 47 Charlotte Street, Leith. 
[Leith 781.] 

1238 Johnston : Philip Mainwaring, f.s.a. ; Sussex Lodge 
Champion Hill, S.E.5. [Brixton 5331.] 

2297§|]Jones : Albert Henry, Victoria Station House, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 6415.] 

2141 [IJones : Elijah, 10 Albion Street, Hanley, Stoke-on- 
Trent. [Hanley 2314.] 

i 623*§JONES : FRANCIS, 178 Oxford Road, Manchester. 
22q8§ ({Jones : Francis Edward, 8 Gloucester .Mansions, 
Cambridge Circus, W.C.2. [Gerrard 1435.] 

2130 IIJones : Frank Henry, 5 Grey Friars, Leicester. [Leices- 
ter 4666.] 

1633 §Jones . Gerald Edgar (Jones & Palmer), 405 Southern 
Cross Buildings Chancery Street, Auckland, New 
Zealand. [Auckland 40-409.] 




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— 1921 1799 §Jones : Hugh Griffith, r.c.a. ; 127 Stanley Street, Mon- 

treal, Province Quebec, Canada. [Montreal Uptown 
2871.] 

— • 1925 2030 [| Jones : Jacob Herbert (C. S. Thomas & Herbert 

Jones), Chairman of the Western ( Swansea ) Branch of 
the South Wales Institute of Architects, Salisbury 
Chambers, 1 5 Wind Street, Swansea. [Swansea 4547.] 
1907 1924 1953 J Jones : Norman, 329 Lord Street, Southport. [South- 

port 1155.] 

— 1921 1800 §Jones : Ronald Potter, M.A.Oxon ; 7 Stone Buildings, 

Lincoln’s Inn, W.C [Holbom 5287.] 

— 1925 2194 || Jones : Victor Thomas (Jones & McWilliams), Library 

Buildings, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province South 
Africa. [Port Elizabeth 2423.] 

1888 1904 948 £ Jones : William Campbell [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medal- 

list 1881-82], Skinners’ Hall, 9 Dowgate Hill, Cannon 
Street, E.C. 

— 1906 iiio*Jones: William Thorpe, M.A.(Hon.), f.s.a. ; 7A North 

Bailey, Durham. [Durham 105.] 

— 1928 2614 Joseland : Richard George Howard, Twyford House, 

7 Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point, Sydney, N.S.W., 
Australia. 

— 1925 2082 HJoynson : Charles William Davies, “ Longcroft 

House,” Wood Green, Wednesbury. 

— 1921 1801 §Jupp : Sydney (Elms & Jupp), 25 Sackville Street. 

Piccadilly, W.i. [Regent 1379.] 


1894 

1909 


1899 787 *Kaye-Parry : William, m.a., b.e., m.inst.c.e. ; 48 

Kildare Street, Dublin. [T.A. Parrv Dublin.— Dublin 
808.] 

1929 2672 §i! Kea y : Lancelot Herman [Red House, Allerton Road, 
Liverpool] ; Director of Housing, Municipal Offices’ 
Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 8720— 
Ext. 14.] 

1928 2576 Keay: William, m.inst.c.e., f.s.i. (Pick, Everard, 
Keay & Gimson) ; 6 Millstone Lane, Leicester’. 

[Leicester Central 25.] 

1904 93 2 *KEEN : ARTHUR, Vice-President 1925—27, Hon. 

Secretary 1919-25 ; 4 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s 
Inn, W.C. [Chancerv 7684.] 

1928 2577 Keith : John Charles Malcolm, 914 Burdett Avenue 
Victoria, B.C., Canada. ’ 


1100 iaemp: william James (Kemp & How), 4 Bloomsbury 
Square, \\ .C. i . [Hoi born 7901.] 

2211 [Kemp : William James, jun. (Kemp & How), 4 Blooms- 
bur\ Square, W .C.i . [Holbom 7901.] 

1552 JRemfson : Charles, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 102 Regent 

Road, Leicester. [Leicester 973.] 

2389 r Kempster : Fred “ Chalgrove,” Ingatestone Road, 
Wanstead Park, E.12. 

27 1 3 ft K ^chington : Herbert [Ridgewood, Nancy Downs, 
Oxhey, Va ford, Herts] ; 7 Staple Inn, Holbom 
VV.C.i [Holbom 7275] and at 108 High Road 
V embley, Middlesex. [Wembley 1446.] ’ 




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— 1925 

1906 1926 

— 1905 

1907 1923 

— 1904 



— 1925 

1921 1926 

1879 1889 

1907 1921 

— 1929 

— 1925 

— 1925 

— 1920 
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1902 1911 

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— 1903 

— 1925 

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1475 J Kendall : Franklin Kaye (F. K. Kendall & Mansergh), 
The Rhodes Building, St. George’s Street, Cape Town, 
South Africa. [Cape Town Central 574.] 

2031 ||Kendall : Herbert, Towngate Street, Poole, Dorset. 
[Poole 49.] 

2379*1 KENNEDY : EDWIN RIDDELL (Munce & Kennedy), 
President of the Ulster Society of Architects, ix Welling- 
ton Place, Belfast. [Belfast 3617.] 

1040 Kent : Harry Chambers, m.a., Sydney ; Dibbs Cham- 
bers, 58 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1905 X Kenyon : Arthur William, 22 Surrey Street, Strand, 
W.C.2. [Central 4437.] 

937 *KEPPIE : JOHN, a.r.s.a. (John Keppie & Henderson) ; 
Vice-President, 257 West George Street, Glasgow. 
[Glasgow Central 7587.] 

2083J |S Kerr : Henry Nathaniel, District Surveyor for Stepney 
East, 1 West Arbour Street, Commercial Road East, 
E.i. [East 1109.] 

2433 JKerr : Robert Sidney" (R. H. Kerr & Son), Grafton 
House, 2 and 3 Golden Square, W.i. [Gerrard 7688.] 
497 Kersey : Alexander Henry, f.s.i. (Kersey, Gale & 
Spooner) ; [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1868-69 ; 

Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1873] ; 91 Moorgate, E.C.2 
[Central 4412.] 

1740 JKeys : Major Percy Hubert, d.s.o., m.c. (Keys & 
Dowdeswell) ; Battery Road, Singapore, Straits Settle- 
ments. 

2673 §Killby : Ashley Scarlett, m.m. ; 83-87 High Street, 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent. [Tunbridge Wells 1109.] 

2187 1 1 King : Henry Foster (Gregson, Batley & King), 
President of the Indian Institute of Architects, 
Chartered Bank Building, Esplanade Road, Fort, 
Bombay, India. [Bombay 20345.] 

2114 HKingwell : Albert Edward, Beech Hill Park, Hadley 
Wood, Herts. [Barnet 0123.] 

i69o*§Kirby : Edmund Bertram, o.b.e. ; 5 Cook Street, 

Liverpool. 

2496 JKirk : Colonel Albert Edward, o.b.e. (Kirk & 
Tomlinson) [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1890-91] ; 
[The Grange, Alwoodley, near Leeds], 63 Albion 
Street, Leeds. [Leeds 24664.] 

1447 JKirkby : Reginald Guy, f.s.i. ; 17 Rosebery Crescent, 
Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1538 J Kirkland : John, The Board of Control, Caxton House 
West, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 8540.] 

9 1 8*J Kitchen : Llewellyn (Gelder & Kitchen), 120 Alfred 
Gelder Street, Hull. [T.A. Gelder Hull. — Hull 204.] 
919 Kitchen : Brook Taylor, 2 Millbank House, West- 
minster, S.W.i. 

2142 Hitching : Robert Ridley- (Kitching & Archibald), 
21 Albert Road, Middlesbrough. [Middlesbrough 
2512.] 

1161 *KITSON : SYDNEY DECIMUS, M.A.Cantab., f.s.a., 
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1914 1924 i960 t Knapp -Fisher : Arthur Bedford (Knapp-Fisher, 
Powell & Russell), 4A Lower Belgrave Street, S.W.i. 
[Sloane 7982.] 

1899 1924 1979 J Knight : Edward Frost, “ Inwood,” Alton Road, 
Parkstone, Dorset. 

1911 1929 2659 X Knight : Frank Wardel, 3 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s 

Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 7036.] 

— 1925 2181 ||Knight : John, 5 Cross Street, Manchester. 


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1925 2032 ||Lamb : Edward Beckitt, i Romola Road, S.E.24. 

1926 2401 §La\ib : Percy Aidan, 13 John Street. Adelphi, W.C. 

[Central 8575.] 

1925 2033 ||Lambert : Albert Edward, 28 Park Row, Nottingham. 

[Nottingham 341.] 

1906 1 1 i2*[LANCHESTER : HENRY VAUGHAN (Lanchester & 

Lodge), Vice-President 1913-17, 1927-29 [Owen Jones 
Student 1889-90], President of the South Eastern Society 
of Architects , 19 Bedford Square, W.C. [Museum 
0846.] 

1914 1554 JLander : Harold Clapham, 21 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

[Chancery 8283.] 

1924 1961 JLangman : Herbert [23 St. Annes Road, Chorlton-cum- 
Hardy, Manchester], c o Harry S. Fairhurst, Esq., 
Chancery Chambers, 55 Brown Street, Manchester. 

1907 1371 JL-ansdown : George Arthur, j.p., f.s.i. (George 

Lansdown & Brown) ; 9 Regent Street, Waterloo 
Place, S.W.i. [Gerrard 0366.] 

1924 1 957*J LAWRENCE : GEORGE CHURCHUS, r.w .a. (Oatley 

& Lawrence) ; Vice-Ptesident 1928-29 ; 25 Orchard 
Street, Bristol. [Bristol 1203.] 

1926 2451 § Lawson : Sydney H. (Simpson & Lawson), Emerson 

Chambers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 
1910.] 

1925 1992 JLay : Cecil Howard, "Raidsend,” Aldringham, Leiston 

Suffolk. 


1928 2615 Laybourne-Smith : Louis, Richards Building, Currie 

Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1927 2497 JLeathart : Julian Rudolph, 7 John Street, Adelphi 
W.C.2. [Regent 7519.] 

1929 2674§;!Lee: Frederick William Hobill (Quick & Lee) 

11 Waterloo Place, Leamington Spa. [Leamington 
bpa o.J 

1901 838 Leeming: John, “Holmdene,” 55 Ravensboume Road 

Bromley, Kent. 

1929 2714 JLegg : Theodore Ellis [13 The Drive, Buckhurst Hill 

; rS a> ,T° nd HoUSe > 32-34 Theobald’s Road! 
W.C.i. [Holbom 9772.] 

1905 989 Leighton : -Arthur George (Leighton & Higgs), 9 St 

Thomas s Street, London Bridge, S.E 1 [Hon 

3349.] • 

„„ ,6-5 c™,. 2 g Albemarle 

,, 8 * 2607 H-giG™ (Le™» * Bath Street, 


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1867 JLenton : Frederick James, m.c. (Traylen & Lenton) ; 

16 Broad Street, Stamford, Lines. [Stamford 134.] 
1980 J Lethbridge : James Morton, 205 Archway Road, 
Highgate, N.6. 

2084 ||Leverton : Walter John Hopkins, 15 1 Endlesham 

Road, S.W.12. 

2152 ||Levie : Daniel Andrew, i i South Mall, Cork. [Cork722.] 

2085 ||Lewis : David Ivor, “ The Pandy,” 4 Spencer Road, 

Newport, Mon. 

1610 §Ley : Algernon Sydney Richard, 214 Bishopsgate, 
E.C. [Bishopsgate 2256.] 

2533 JLidbetter : Hubert [R.I.B.A. London Architecture 

Medal 1926], Amberley House, Norfolk Street, Strand, 
W.C.2. [Central 3552.] 

1476 JLishman : Frank, Newton, Bumham-on-Sea, Somerset. 
1372 Little: Alexander Colbourne, Messrs. Little, Adams 
& Wood, York Building, Hong-Kong. [Cable 
Address : Upstairs, Hong-Kong.] 

1437 ] Little : John Walter, The Cedars, 16 The Bordyse, 
Tonbridge. 

1483 §Little : Owen Carey, 88 Gower Street, W.C.i. 
[Museum 0196.] 

2359 JLivock : Stanley Gage [“ Lyndhurst,” 128 Unthank 
Road, Norwich], 22 Surrey Street, Strand, W.C.2. 
[Central 4437-] 

1720 §LLOYD : THOMAS ALWY'N, President of the South 
Wales Institute of Architects [3 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, 
W.C.2], 6 Cathedral Road, Cardiff. [Cardiff 4790 ] 
r 45 3 Loch head : James (Cullen, Lochhead & Brown) 
115 Cadzow Street, Hamilton, Scotland. [Hamilton 4.] 

2534 ] Lodge : Captain Thom.as Arthur, o.b.e., f.s.i. 

(Lanchester & Lodge) ; 19 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 
[Museum 0846 .] 

1917 JLofthouse : Thomas Ashton [The Croft, Linthorpe, 
Middlesbrough] ; 129 Albert Road, Middlesbrough. 

[Middlesbrough 3141.] 

2390I1IIL0NG : Alfred, j.p. ; 21 New Street, West Bromwich. 
[West Bromwich 5 1 1 .] 

1741 J Long : Charles William, 21 Bloomsbury Square, 
W.C.i. [Museum 4234], and (Atkinson & Long), 
4 Trumpington Street, Cambridge. [Cambridge 1025.] 
1802 §Longden : Reginald Threlwall (Longden & Venables) 
[The High Bam, Ladydale, Leek, Staffs], 60 St. 
Edward Street, Leek, Staffs [Leek 163] ; 20 Stafford 
Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent [Hanley 2692] ; and 
Park Green, Macclesfield. [Macclesfield 9.] 

1726 §Lord : George Wilfred, Yeldall, Twyford, Berks. 
[Wargrave 66.] 

1 6oof §Lovegrove : Gilbert Henry, f.s.i. (Lovegrove & 
Papworth) ; Town Hall Chambers, 374-378 Old 
Street, E.C.i. [Bishopsgate 1576.] 

1454 JLow : William Ralph [67 Basinghall Street, E.C.], 
Lyncroft, Staines, Middlesex. 

1993 J Lowry : Robert (Frank Matcham & Co.), 21 Beak 
Street, Regent Street, W.i. [Regent 1432.] 



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iS 39 t L ucas ; John Archibald, F.s.r. ; Guildhall Chambers, 
High Street, Exeter. [ T.A . Lucas, Architect, Exeter. 
— Exeter 3534.] 

1016 Lucas ; Richard Macdonald, Baybridge House, 
Owslebury, near Winchester. 

i448*JLucas : Thomas Geoffry [ Godwin Bursar 1912] 
[“ Bancroft,” Bois Common,* Bucks], 15 Baker Street, 
W.i. [Welbeck 8632.] 

1512 § Lucas : William Louis, b.a. Cantab. ; 51 South Audley 
Street, W.i. 

2402§||Lumb : Francis Leonard (Lumb & Walton), 19 Clifton 
Street, Blackpool [Blackpool 190] ; and at Cleve- 
leys. [Cleveleys 109.] 

1803 §Luxan : Thomas Melville, 18 Chatsworth Street, 
Derby. 

1059 ‘LUTYENS : Sir EDWIN LANDSEER, r.a., Hon.- 
ll.d. Liverpool ; Vice-President 1924-25 [Royal Gold 
Medallist 1921 ; R.I.B.A. London Architecture Medal 
1925] ; 17 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, S.W. 

[T.A. TEdificavi London. — Victoria 4129.] 

2578 Lyle : John Macintosh, r.c.a. ; 230 Bloor Street 

West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

2434 JLynham : Arthur George (Thomas & Morgan & 
Partners), 23 Gelliwastad Road, Pontypridd. [Ponty- 
pridd 365.] 

2478 JLyon : Maurice, d.s.c., b.a. Liverpool. 

2332 Lyon : Thomas Henry, m.a. Cantab. ; Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge. 

2299§]Lyons : Henry John, 14 South Frederick Street, 
Dublin. [Dublin 62264.] 


1S89') 1060 ‘Macartney : Mervyn Edmund, b.a., f.s..a. ; Surveyor 
to l to the Fabric of St. Paul’s Cathedral [Surveyor’s 

1891 f Office, St. Paul’s Cathedral, E.C.4. — City 2912]; 

1906; 144 Oakwood Court, W.14. [Park 3754.] 

1925 2131 KMcBe.ath : Robert John (Robert J. McBeath & Sons), 

Birnam House, Marlborough Road, Sale, Cheshire. 
[Sale 581.] 

1927 2542 ^McCubbin : David Aitken, P.O. Box 442, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

1925 2300 §McIntosh : David Gordon (Woolfall & Eccles), 
Bank Buildings, 60 Castle Street, Liverpool. [T.A. 
Pediment Liverpool. — Bank 752.] 

1925 2301 § .Macintosh : Hugh, i Imperial Buildings, Crovdon, 
Surrey. [Croydon 1640.] 

1906 1163 McKay: James Hector. 

1913 1 496*t M ackenzie: Alexander George Robertson (Wiggles- 

worth & Marshall Mackenzie), 7 John Street, Bedford 
Row, \\ .C.i. [Holbom 4205.] 

1896 743 Mackenzie: Alexander Marshall, ll.d., r.s.a. [7 John 

Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i .— Holborn 4205]: i7?\ 
Imon Street, Aberdeen. J 

1925 2302 §McLachlan: James [Pugin Student 1900], 4 Melville 
Crescent, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh Central 4541.] 


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— 192s 2303 §McLauchlan : Stewart, Royal Liver Building, Liver- 

pool. [Liverpool Bank 4406.] 

1909 1925 2240 [ McLean' : Archibald John, 3 Palace Place, Brighton 

[Brighton 1001] ; and “ Brog,” Clayton Avenue, 
Hassocks, Sussex. 

1903 1924 r 98 1 Maclennan : Thomas Forbes (Henry & Maclennan), 

7 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 
22463.] 

— 1928 2608 §MacMath : Daniel Walter (Lennox & MacMath), 

103 Bath Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 590.] 

— 1907 1214 McMillan : John Ross (D. & J. R. McMillan), 

105 Crown Street, Aberdeen. [Aberdeen 827.] 

— 1925 2115 ! (McMullen : James Finbarre, j.p., m.inst.c.e.i. ; 30 

South Mall, Cork. [T.A. Douglas, Co. Cork — Cork 
321 (office) — Cork Douglas 15 (residence).] • 

— 1906 1166 McNab : William Hunter (Wm. Hunter McNab & 

Son), 121 West George Street, Glasgow, C.2. 
[Glasgow Central 2423.] 

* — 1915 1588 §Macniven : George Donaldson, Scottish Board of 

Health, 125 George Street, Edinburgh. 

— 1906 1169 Macwhannell : Ninian, xi Jane Street, Blythswood 

Square, Glasgow. 

— 1925 2195 ||McWilliams : William John (Jones & McWilliams), 

Library Buildings, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, 
South Africa. [Port Elizabeth 2423.] 

— 1921 1804 §Maggs : Leonard, f.s.i. ; Shire Hall, Nottingham. 

— 1929 2675 §Major : Ernest Harry (Tasker & Major), 43 Doughty 

Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.i. [Hoibom 7112.] 

1906 1928 2551 JMakins : Clifford Copeman, b.a. C antab. (Makins & 

Badcock) ; 33 Henrietta Street, Strand, W.C.2. 

[Gerrard 0042.] 

— 1921 1805 §Malcolm : Alexander Nisbet, 19 Millar Place, 

Stirling. 

— 1925 2116 ||Mann : William Robert Burtenshaw, 9 De Montfort 

Street, Leicester. [Leicester 1938.] 

— 1908 1400 Mansell : Edward (Mansell & Mansell) [31 Craven 

Street, W.C.J, 47 Temple Row, Birmingham. [Birm- 
ingham Central 1881.] 

— 1928 2579 Marchand : John Omer, 190 St. James Street, Montreal, 

P.Q., Canada. 

— 1927 2508 §Marchment : Wallace, 41 Ovington Street, S.W.3. 
1905 1923 1932 ! [Markham : John Hatton [Ashpitel Prizeman 1905, 

Arthur Cates Prizeman 1906, Grissell Gold Medallist 
1908], “ Elmside,” Marlborough Hill, Harrow 

[Harrow 107] ; and at H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s 
Gate, S.W.i. 

1887 1923 1933 IMarshall : Charles John, “ Balvaird,” Burdon Lane, 

Cheam, Surrey. 

— 1915 2132 ||Marshall : Charles Thomas (Marshall & Tweedy), 

Mervyn House, 129 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle- upon- 
Tyne. [Newcastle Central 20S7.] 

1897 1906 1079 {Marshall : Ernest William, 20 Old Cavendish Street, 

Cavendish Square, W.x. [Mayfair 5788.] 

— 1904 950 Marshall : Thomas Edward, 73 Station Parade, 

Harrogate. [Harrogate 707.] 



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I9I2 1484 §Martin : Arthur Campbell, 9 New Square, Lincoln s 

Inn, W.C. [Holbom 4949.] 

1 902 881 Martin: Leonard, 17 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S.W.i. 

[Regent 0894.] 

— 1905 1018 *Martindale : James Henry, f.s.a. ; Chairman of the 

Cumberland Branch of the Northern Architectural 
Association, Eaglesfield Abbey Rooms, Castle Street, 
Carlisle. [Carlisle 374.] 

1919 1929 2660 JMartin-Kaye : Douglas NiEL,A.A.Diploma Pantiles,” 

Boston Avenue, Southend-on-Sea. 

— 1929 2676 §Masey : Cecil Aubrey, 15 Caroline Street, Bedford 

Square, W.C.i. [Museum 3896.] 

1920 1927 2535 JMason : Harold Clayforth [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 

1913], Government Architect, Public Works Depart- 
* ment, Baghdad, Iraq. 

1920 1929 2715 JMasters : William Ewart, 41 Upper Baker Street, 

N.W.i. 

— 1925 2304§|iMATHESON : DONALD, Tulloch Street, Dingwall, 

Ross-shire. [Dingwall 52.] 

— 1906 1170 Mathews: Henry Edmund (J. Douglass Mathews, 

Son & Ridley) [Mill Bam, Oxted, Surrey], 3 Paul’s 
Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, St. Paul’s Church- 
yard, E.C.4 [City 8872] ; and at 75 London Road, 
East Grinstead, Sussex. [East Grinstead 171.] 

1911 1920 1698 % Matthews : Bernard Frank, Bengal Nagpur Railway 

House, Kidderpore, Calcutta, India. 

— 1925 2162 | i M atthews : Herbert William, 550 Oxford Street, W.i. 

— 1928 2609 §Matthews : Richard, Westminster Chambers, Nant- 

wich, Cheshire. [Nantwich 109.] 

1910 1920 1676 JMaufe : Edward Brantwood, M.A.Oxon. ; 3 Raymond 

Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 8467.] 

— 1906 1 1 17 Maule: Hugh Patrick Guarin, d.s.o., m.c. (Forsyth & 

Maule) [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1896] ; 12 Stratford 
Place, W.i. [Mayfair 3623 and Grosvenor 2059.] 

— 1925 2156 HMawson :. Edward Prentice (Thomas H. Mawson & 

Sons), 26 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i 
[Victoria 2782] ; and High Street House, Lancaster. 
[Lancaster 185.] 

— 1925 2157 (Mawson : John William, Director of Town Pl anni ng 

for the Dominion of New' Zealand, Department of 
Internal Affairs, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1894 1926 2435 JMaxwell : Joseph Charlton (Stienlet & Maxwell), 

Saville Chambers, North Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
[Newcastle Central 3389.] 

— 1928 2580 Maxwell : William Sutherland, r.c.a. (Maxwell & 

Pitts); 1158 Beaver Hall Square, Montreal, P.Q., 
Canada. 

1881 1887 'l 1062 May: Edward John [Pugin Student 1876], 9 New 

to ( Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C. 2. [Holbom 4558.] 

1892 r 
1906 ) 

1906 1171 May • Stanley James, 34 and 35 Southampton Street, 
Strand, W.C. 

— 1925 2035 IIMay : William Henry, 23 Lockyer Street, Plymouth. 

[Plymouth 695.] 



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1923 i9i8f}:MAYHEW : Robert Henry Jewers, f.s.i. [R.I.B.A. 

Donaldson Medallist 1897-98] ; District Surveyor for 
Southwark [14 and 16 New Kent Road, S.E.i. — 
Rodney 3393], “ Lyndhurst,” Manor Way, Becken- 
ham, Kent. 

1923 1934 [Mayston : Arthur Richard [49 Chiswell Street, E.C.x], 

“ Norvic,” 57 Church Crescent, Church End, Finchley, 
N.3. 

1924 1962 [Meadows : Captain Samuel Douglas, 15 Ward Place, 

Colombo, Ceylon. 

1927 2513 *Mears : Frank Charles (Mears & Carus-Wilson) 

[Pugin Student 1904], 3 Forres Street, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 23934.] 

1925 2036 ||Medcalf : Rupert (Medcalf & Medcalf), 3 Stanley 

Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 2271.] 

1925 2037 ||Medcalf : Thomas Benyon (Medcalf & Medcalf), 

3 Stanley Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 2271.] 
1927 2463tJMENNiE : Frederick Edward, p.a.s.1. ; 11 New Court, 
Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 1865.] 

1929 2661 [Meredith : Edward, 7 Goodmayes Road, Goodmaves, 

Essex. [Seven Kings 1364.] 

1907 1215 [Meredith : Percy William, 34 Old Queen Street, 

Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 6492.] 

1924 1963 [Merriman : Harold Ian, 4 Staple Inn, Holborn, W.C. 1. 

[Holborn 1394.] 

1927 2488 §Merson : John Bruce, 9 Lennox Gardens, Ilford. 

1925 2241 [Metcalfe : Cecil Broadbent, Kesteven County Council, 

County Offices, Sleaford, Lines. [Sleaford 131 and 

132-] 

1907 1374 Mew : Robert Heath, f.s.i. ; 119 Moorgate, E.C.2. 

1925 2086 ||Meyers : Sydney Herbert, 8 Railway Approach, 

London Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 0234.] 

1922 1893 [Middleton: Orlando, Town Hall Chambers, St. 

Albans. 

1926 2360 [Milburn : Stanley Wayman, m.c. (William & T. R. 

Milbum) [4 Ashmore Terrace, Sunderland] ; 19 

Fawcett Street, Sunderland. [Sunderland 2387 and 
2388.] 

1904 9 2 5 *[MILBURN : THOMAS RIDLEY (William & T. R. 

Milbum), Vice-President 1925-1926 [11 Esplanade 
West, Sunderland], 19 Fawcett Street, Sunderland. 
[Sunderland 2387 and 2388.] 

1904 926 *Milburn : William, j.p. (William & T. R. Milbum) 

[8 Thornhill Park, Sunderland] ; 19 Fawcett Street, 
Sunderland. [Sunderland 2387 and 2388.] 

1926 2361 [Milburn: William, jun., bsc., fjs.i. (William &T. R. 

Milbum) [Saxon Snell Prizeman 1908; Godwin Bursar 
1910] [23 Valebrook Avenue, Sunderland] ; 19 

Fawcett Street, Sunderland. [Sunderland 2387 and 
2388.] 

1895 724 Miles : Charles Thomas. 

1902 866 Miller: James, a.r.s.a. ; 15 Blythswood Square, 

Glasgow. 

1906 it 18 Miller: Robert (Miller & Black), 58 Renfield Street, 
Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 1427.] 




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1929 2700 Miller : Sydney Houghton, 15 York Place, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh 23568.] 

1906 1128 Mills: John Donald (Mills & Shepherd), 9 South 

Tay Street, Dundee. [Dundee 5395-1 
1912 1485 §MILNE : OSWALD PARTRIDGE, 64 Wigmore 

Street, W.i. [Mayfair 7105.] 

1899 791 Minty: Edward Arden [Petersfield, Hants], 47 Victoria 

Street, Westminster, S.W. [Victoria 4589.] 

1926 2380 J Minty : James Andrew, 35 Craven Street, Charing 

Cross, W.C.2. 

1929 26g6§ UMitchell : Cecil Thomas, P.O. Box 78, Kampala, 

Uganda, B.E. Africa (via Aden). 

1924 1964 J Mitchell : George Arthur, “ Dun-Edin,” 37 Castlebar 

Park, Ealing, W.5. 

1920 171 i*JMoberly : Arthur Hamilton, m.a. Cantab. (Slater & 

Moberly), 46 Berners Street, W.i. [Museum 1433.] 

1925 2204 HMoffat : John Abram, P.O. Box 621, Johannesburg, 

South Africa. 

1925 2205 J [[Moffat : Walter Goldstraw, 19-24 Natal Bank 

Buildings, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 

1922 1880 JMole : Charles Johns, m.b.e. ; “ Glenlyn,” Bowes 

Road, Walton-on-Thames. 

1888 445 Monckton : Henry Percival, f.s.i. ; 32 Walbrook, 

E.C. [Central 4704.] 

1925 2117 UMonro : William Ernest, 46 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, 

W.C.2. [Holborn 4924.] 

1904 970 *MONSON : EDWARD CHARLES PHILIP, f.s.i. 

[10 The Manor House, Marylebone Road, N.W.i. — 
Paddington 9493] ; Finsbury Pavement House, 120 
Moorgate, E.C.2. [London Wall 0749.] 

1925 2167 ||Monson : Harry Castle Hiett, Finsbury Pavement 

House, 120 Moorgate, E.C. 2. [London Wall 0749.] 

1925 2335 §Moodey : Ernest Edward, “ St. Vincent,” Luton 

Avenue. Brondstairs. 

1927 2464 JMoodie : Thomas Anderson (Gunton & Gunton), 

Empire House, St. Martin ’s-le-Grand, E.C.i. [City 
2676.] 

1919 1660 | Moore : Arthur Henry (Arthur H. Moore & Dartnall), 

11 Dowgate Hill, Cannon Street, E.C.4. [City 
4412.] 

1905 1041 Moore : Albert Walter, 124 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3. 

[Monument 0671.] 

1926 2362 JMoore : Major Frederick William, d.s.o., m.c. 

(Moore & Crabtree) ; Queensgate Chambers, Brad- 
ford. [Bradford 2816.] 

1920 1677 JMoore : Leslie Thom.as, m.c. ; 3 Raymond Buildings, 

Gray’s Inn, W.C. [Chancery 8467.] 

1928 2563* Moore : T homas William, Yew Tree House, Shepherds 

Hill, Merstham, Surrey. [Merstham 246.] 

1902 864 JMoore-Smith : John Robert, j.p. (Moore-Smith & 

Coibeck) ; [Highcliffe, Western Esplanade, Broad- 
stairs], 14 Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.C. 
[Central 0955.] 

1921 1807 §Morgan : Cecil Herbert, 9 Macaulay, Bath. 

1906 1063 Morgan : John Howard, 24 King Street, Carmarthen. 


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1909 1919 i638*JMorley : Eric, f.s.i. (W. J. Morley & Son) [22 Park 

Grove, Frizinghall, Bradford] ; 269 Swan Arcade, 

Bradford. [Bradford 3375.] 

— 1892 682 Morley : William James (W. J. Morley & Son), 

269 Swan Arcade, Bradford. [Bradford 3375.] 

1881 1889 487 Morris : James Archibald, a.r.s.a. ; Wellington 

Chambers, Ayr, Scotland. [Ayr 141.] 

1897 1917 i6i4 # ];Morris : Percy [Cates Prizeman 1897], County Architect 

for Devon, 97 Heavitree Road, Exeter. 

— 1925 2258 ^Morris : William Rickards, Lloyds Bank Chambers, 

Market Place, Reading. 

— 1918 1624 §Morrish : William James Marmaduke, b.a., f.s.i. ; 

Wyke Road, Gillingham, Dorset. 

— 1925 23o6*§Morrison : James Inch, 24 Duke Street, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh Central 767.] 

1898 1923 1935 {Morton : Ralph Henry (J. H. Morton & Son) [57 

Westgate Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. — Newcastle 
Central 2716]; Martins Bank Chambers, South 
Shields. [South Shields 74.] 

— 1925 2087 ||Moscrop-Young : Frederick Charles, iii Jermyn 

Street, St. James’s, S.W.i. [Regent 1116.] 

1888 1897 747 J Mould : James Diggle, Walmersley Road, Bury, 

Lancs. [Bury 589.] 

— 1905 1019 # Moxham : Glendinning, 18 Castle Street, Swansea. 

1912 1920 1678 {Muir: Robert George [Gerrard’s Cross, Bucks], 1 

Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C. [Holbom 6819.] 
1907 1912 i477*]Munby : Alan Edward, M.A.Cantab. ; 9 Old Square, 

Lincoln’s Inn, W.C. [Holbom 4630.] 

j 1906 1927 2479fJMuNDELL : Joseph Edward, f.s.1. ; District Surveyor 

• for Hampstead, 305 Finchley Road, Hampstead, 

N.W.3. [Hampstead 8794.] 

— 1926 2403§||Munden : Patrick John Fitzgerald, 28 South Frederick 

Street, Dublin. [Dublin 4420.] 

— 1926 2411 Murdoch: John Smith, c.m.g. ; Department of 

Works, Commonwealth of Australia, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia. . 

— 1925 2038 IIMurgatroyd : Arthur James (Mills & Murgatroyd), 

23 Strutt Street, Manchester. [Manchester City 4901.] 

1913 1928 2592 {Murray : Colin Hay (Murray, Delves & Murray), 

10 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.4 [Central 1705]; 
and at 13A Enys Road, Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 3155.] 
1892 1900 806 {Murray: John, ii Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, S.W. 

— 1925 2307 ([Murray : John, 56 Chatsworth Road, Luton, Bedford- 

shire. 

— 1904 951 Murray: John Campbell Turner, 35 Craven Street, 

Charing Cross, W.C.z. 

1906 1924 1982 t Murrell : Harold Franklyn (Murrell & Pigott), 

44 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 7238.] 

1905 1929 2692 JMyer : Lieut.-Colonel George Val (Val Myer & Watson- 

Hart), Abbey House, Victoria Street, S.W.i. [Vic- 
toria 9368.] 

1907 1919 1661 {Myers: Norman Toller (Spalding & Myers) [Norwich 

, Union Chambers, St. Andrew' Street, Cambridge.— 

^ Cambridge 117], 12 New Court, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C. 2. 

[Holborn 3527.] 


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1 90S 

1889 


1904 

1910 

1913 

1905 

1903 

1894 

1921 

1890 


Fellow. 

1913 

1915 

1921 

1905 

1923 


1925 

1925 

1891 

1912 


1925 

1926 

1923 


1925 

1920 

1921 

1905 

1918 

1927 

1905 

1926 

. 1900 


iS*3 

1569 

1808 


992 

1936 


Serial 

Number. _ 

JNash : William James, Metropolitan Bank Chambers, 
Neath, Glam. [Neath 246.] 

J Naylor : James John Sydney, 19 Hanover Square, W. 
[Mayfair 1918.] 

§Neil: Hamilton, 163 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 
[Glasgow Central 1849.] 

Neill : Archibald, 5 South Parade, Leeds, 
t Newberry : John Ernest [R.I.B.A. London Archi- 
tecture Medal 1924] (J. E. Newberry & C. W. 
Fowler) [1 Flanders Road, Bedford Park, W.4. — 
Chiswick 4121], Parliament Mansions, Victoria Street, 
S.W.l. [Victoria 1599.] 

23o8§![Newbold : Harry Bryant, Aldwych House, W.C.2. 
[Holborn 8027.] 

||Newcombe : Philip Clive (Newcombe & Newcombe), 
23 Eldon Square, Newcastle-dpon-Tyne. [New- 
casde Central 186.] 

Newman : Dudley (Dudley Newman & Elliott), 29 
Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

J NEWMAN : FRANCIS WINTON (H. V. Ashley & 
Winton Newman) [Ashpitel Prizeman 1903, Arthur 
Cates Prizeman 1905], President of the Architectural 
Association, 14 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. [Chancery 
8368.] 

UNewman : Reginald James Walter, 6 Stratton Street, 
Piccadilly, W.i. [Grosvenor 1779.] 

JNewnum : Eric George [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 
1906-07], State Buildings Department, Ministry of 
Public Works, Cairo, Egypt. 

1 937*t N ewton : William Godfrey, m.c., M.A.Oxon. (William 
G. Newton & Partners) [Distinction in Thesis] ; 
Professor of Architecture, Royal College of Art, 4 
Raymond Buildings, Grav’s Inn, W.C.I. rChancerv 
7684.] 

IINewton : William Joseph, a.m.inst.c.e. ; “ Pendle- 
hurst,” Burnley Road, Accrington. 

J Nicholas : Charles (Nicholas & Dixon-Spain), 
Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 2549.] 

§Nicholls : Willlam Henry, 9 " Rawlinson Road, 
Oxford . 

Nicholson : Sir Charles Archibald, Bart., M.A.Oxon 
[Tite Prizeman 1893] ; 2 New Square, Lincoln’s 
Inn, .C.2. [Central 5052.) 

JNicol : George Salway (Nicol & Nicol) [Tite Prizeman 
1907], King’s Court, 117 Colmore Row, Birmingham 
[Birmingham Central 2455] ; and at 46 Lincoln’s Inn 
Fields, W.C.2. [Holborn 0015.] 

*Nicol: James Brown, 367 Union Street, Aberdeen. 
[Aberdeen 790.] 

* Ni ! ld : . Ghotob Ernest, The Outer Temple, 222 
Strand, W.C.2. [City 3387.] 

J Nightingale : Frederick Bayliss (G. L. Kennedy & 

R h <2^ fm e) ’ The Chenil Galleries, King’s 
Koad, S.W .3. [Kensington 0724.] 

809* J Niven : David Barclay, 19 Linden Gardens, W.2. 


2039 


580 

1463 


2143 


2342 


2040 


1699 

1809 


162, 




1042 

2436 


19 



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12 7 


Assoc. 

1900 

Fellow, 

I 9 IO 

1881 

1896 

— 

1921 

— 

1928 

1919 

1926 

1905 

1907 

1900 

1907 

— 

1921 

1907 

1924 

— 

1925 

— 

1928 

— 

1899 

— 

1928 

1920 

1929 

— 

1928 

x88 5 

1892 

1910 

1920 

1902 

1915 

— . 

1927 

1882 

1894 


Serial 

Number. 

i 43 o*tNOBBS : PERCY ERSKINE, M.A.Edin., r.c.a. [ Tite 
Prizeman 1900, Owen Jones Student 1903] ; President 
of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Professor 
in Charge of Design, McGill University, Montreal ; 
Messrs. Nobbs & Hyde, 14 Phillips Square, Montreal, 
Canada. [Montreal La 7641.] 

733 *Norman : Arthur Charles Alfred, 7 Athenaeum 
Terrace, Plymouth. [Plymouth 2698.] 

1810 §Norman : Geoffrey (Swan, Norman & Clay), 8 Clifford’s 

Inn, Temple Bar, E.C.4. [Museum 6369.] 

2581 Norman : Herbert, 50 St. Giles’ Street, Northampton. 
[Northampton 1415.] 

2437 [Norris : Ernest Bower (Sandy & Norris), 22 Green- 
gate, Stafford [Stafford 169] ; 9 Albert Square, Man- 
chester [Manchester Central 1908] ; and 20 Bedford 
Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 8397.] 

1376 [North : Herbert Luck, B.A.Cantab. (Herbert L. North 
& P. M. Padmore), Llanfairfechan, N. Wales. [Llan- 
fairfechan 4.] 

1216 [North : Sidney Vincent (North, Robin & Wilsdon), 
35-39 Maddox Street, W.i. [Mayfair 5080-81-82.] 

1811 §Norton : Charles Harrold, 14 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

[Holborn 0322.] 

1983 [Nott : George [ Grissell Gold Medallist 1906], 7 St. 

Martin’s East, Leicester. [Leicester 58526.] 
2309 §!|Nurse : Harry, m.c. ; Borough Engineer’s and Sur-. 

veyor’s Office, Town Hall, Leigh, Lancs. [Leigh 69.] 

2616 Oakeshott : George John, Strathnoon, Killara, Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia. . 

776 *Oatley : Sir George Herbert, r.w.a., Hon. ll.d. Bristol 
(Oatley & Lawrence) ; 25 Orchard Street, Bristol. 
[Bristol 1203.] 

2602 Ti Oatley : Joseph George, London Hospital, E.i 
[Bishopsgate 8333]; and Kayes, Gerrard’s Cross, 
Bucks. 

2716 [O’Donoghue : Rupert John Gordon (O’Donoghue & 
Halfhide), 5 Great Turnstile, High Holborn, W.C.i. 
[Chancery 7027.] 

2567 §Ogden : Ernest (Ernest Ogden & Co.), 1 Ridgefield, 
Manchester. [Manchester City 375.] 

674*[Ogden : Paul, 60 King Street, Manchester. [Man- 
chester 4916.] 

1679 [Oliver : Basil, 148 Kensington High Street, W.8. 
[Western 5943.] 

1570 [Oman : William Campbell (Westerhout & Oman), 
19-20 Raffles Place, Singapore, Straits Settlements. 
2489 §Orphoot : Burnett Napier Henderson (Orphoot, 
Whiting & Bryce), 1 John Street, Bedford Row, 
W.C.i [Holborn 91 11] ; 21 Alva Street, Edinburgh 
[Edinburgh Central 6522] ; and 21 High Street, 
Bideford. [Bideford 190.] 

712 Osborne : John Perrins (John P. Osborne & Son), 
95 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 
26c.] 




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1892 1907 

- 1925 

— 1925 

1912 1922 

1912 1924 


Serial 

Number. 

583 * Oswald : Joseph (J. Oswald & Son), 2 Worswick Street, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 408.] 

1377 [Ough : Arthur Henry, m.inst.c.e. ; St. Cleer, Oak 
Park, Dawlish. [Dawlish 138.] 

2i33*||OVERBURY: THOMAS (Healing & Overbury), 
President of the Wessex Society of Architects , Rodney 
Lodge, Rodney Road, Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 
2847.] 

2041 ([Overton : William Henry, f.s.i. ; 38 and 39 West 
Street, Brighton. [Brighton 2085.] 

1881 [Owen : Geoffrey (William & Segar Owen), Myddleton 
Hall, near Warrington ; Palmyra Square Chambers, 
Warrington [Warrington 7] ; and 3 Pump Court, 
Middle Temple, E.C.4. [Central 1715.] 

1984 [Owen : Wilfred Scotter, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. p.a.s.i. ; 

9 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.4. [City 3434.] 


— 1928 

— 1925 

— 1921 
1907 

1923 1929 

— 1925 

1889 1903 

— 1913 

— 1928 

1918 1925 

— 1925 

— 1925 

— 1925 

1890 1910 

— 1921 


25561i||Packer : Goodwin Simpson (Packer & Crampton), 
Palatine Chambers, 41 Hoghton Street, Southport. 
[Southport 3919.] 

2118 ||Page : Major Bernard Culmer, r.e., p.a.s.i. ; R.E. 

Office, “ N ” Block, Wellington Barracks, S.W.i. 
[Franklin 6458.] 

1812 §Palmer : Frederick Charles Richard, The National 
Provincial Bank, 15 Bishopsgate, E.C. 

1378 Palmer : Henry William Hetherington, i Oakfield 
Court, Camden Hill, Tunbridge Wells. [Tunbridge 
Wells 1296.] 

2662 [Parham : Arthur Douglas, f.s.i. ; Public Works 
Department, Colombo, Ceylon. 

2163 [Parish : James, 8 Weetwood Crescent, Headingley, 
Leeds. 

917 [Parker : Arthur Southcombe, 

Plymouth. [Plymouth 573.] 

1514 §Parker : Richard Barry, j.p. 

Hampstead] ; Norton Way, 
worth 149.] 

2603 *Tarkes : Ernest Hadden, 68 Goldhurst 
Hampstead, N.W.6. [Hampstead 0S66.] 

r 99§ [Parkin : William Gordon (Hemmings & Parkin), 
Meadows Road, Tientsin, North China. 

2259*" Parr : Thomas Henry Nowell, “ Beverley Oaks,” 
Warren Road, Coombe Warren , Surrey. 

2144 [Parsons : Frank Bernard (Gateley &' Parsons), 105 
Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 
6811.] 

2042 [Partridge : Edward John, f.s.i.; Bank Chambers, 
Richmond, Surrey. [Richmond 145.] 

*43 1 [Paterson : Alexander Nisbet, M.A.Glas., a.r.s.a. (A. N. 
Paterson & Stoddart) [Godwin Bursar 1896] ; 219 

t. \incent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Central 
4 I 95 -] 

1 8 1 3 * §Paterson : George Andrew (Stewart & Paterson) 
[Uuen Jones Student 1900], 16 Blvthswood Square, 
Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 4860.] 


1 St. Andrew’s Street, 

[Wyldes, North End, 
Letchworth. [Letch- 


Terrace, 




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1881 


189s 


Serial 

Fellow. Number. 

1907 1379 Paterson : Thomas Tolmje, 227 Dalkeith Road, Edin- 

burgh. 

1906 1174 Paton : James Wallace (Street-Wilson & Paton), P.O. 

Box 103, Durban ; and Union-Castle Buildings, West 
Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. [Durban 910.] 

1928 2619 Payette : Eugene, 477 St. Fran^ois-Xavier Street, 

Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1892 635 *Peach : Charles Stanley, 60 Warwick Square, 

Belgrave Road, S.W.i. [Victoria 0272.] 

1925 2043 ||Peacock : Charles Russell [Temple Buildings, Swansea. 

— Swansea Docks 2572; 23 Union Street, Swansea], 
Misgrove, Mumbles, S.O., Glam. 

1907 1380 Peacock: Frank Barry (Peacock & Bewlay), 83 Colmore 

Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 2068.] 

1921 1814 §Peacock : Thomas Reid, 81 St. Peter Street, Quebec, 

Canada. 

1925 23IO§||Pearce : Joseph Pearce, f.r.hist.s. ; Royal Insurance 

Buildings, North John Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool 
Bank 3876.] 

1915 1589 §Pearson : Charles Bulman [Godwin Bursar 1921], 

18 Dalton Square, Lancaster. 

1900 821 Pearson : Frank Loughborough, 29 Courtfield Road, 

S.W.7. 

1926 2412 Pearson : John A. (Darling & Pearson), 2 Leader Lane, 

Toronto, Canada. [Toronto Elgin 8339.] 

1925 2044 UPeahson : John Herbert (Geo. Pearson & Son), 212 

Upper Thames Street, E.C.4. [City 0736.] 

1921 1815 §Pearson : Lionel Godfrey (Adams, Holden & Pearson), 9 

Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner, S.W.i . [Sloane 4300.] 
1915 1571 [Peck : Frank, Nelson, New Zealand. 

1927 2470 §Peddle : James, President of the Institute of Architects 

of New South Wales, 226A George Street, Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia. 

1929 2649 Peers : Charles Reed, c.b.e., President of the Society 

of Antiquaries ; [Chiselhampton House, Stadhampton, 
Oxford] ; Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments and 
Historic Buildings, H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s 
Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1904 971 |Pelly : Herbert Alexander, 3 Bucklersbury, E.C4. 

[Central 6846.] 

1925 2311 §Pemberton : Guy, 151 Edmund Street, Birmingham; 

20A Henley Street, Stratford-on-Avon ; and Belle Vue 
Mansions, Great Malvern, Worcestershire. [Great 
Malvern 776.] 

1927 2465 t Penfold : Edward, 38 Bell Street, Reigate, Surrey. 

1929 2681 f Penman : Larmont Douglas (Fryers & Penman), 

Clydeview, Largs, Ayrshire. [Largs 66.] 

1923 2088 ^Pennington : George Farquhar, “ Westhaugh,” Carle- 

ton, Pontefract. 

1925 2045 UPenty : Frederick Thomas, Lendal Chambers, York. 

[York 3235.] 

1925 2164 HPepper : George Edward, 7 Waterloo Street, Birming- 

ham. [Birmingham 5718.] 

1905 1022 Perkin : Joseph Craddock, 25 Alkham Road, Stamford 

Hill, N.16. [Clissold 1677.] 

F 



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1894 

1909 

1913 

1922 


1888 

I92I 

1921 

189I 


1895 


Serial 

Fellow. Number. „ . 0 rpi 

»qq-> 020 *t P erks : Sydney, f.s.a., f.s.i. ; City Surveyor, Uhe 

Guildhall, E.C. [London Wall 6400.] 

1027 2315 Perry : John, 6 Church Square, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1028 2<;645!|Petch : William (Petch & Fermaud), 12 Buckingham 

Palace Road, S.W.i. [Victoria 2996.] 

1921 1816 §Petter : John (Petter & Warren), Old Sarum, Yeovil, 

Somerset. [Yeovil 60.] 

1926 2363 J Phillips : Rees (Alfred Saxon Snell & Phillips), 9 

Bentinck Street, W. 1. [Mayfair 5030.] 

1925 2046 HPhillips : Robert Sebastian, Shire Hall, Gloucester. 

io2i 1817 §Phipps : Paul, B.A.Oxon. ; 2 Boyle Street, Savile Row, 
W.i. [Gerrard 4001.] 

1927 254 5 1|Pickford : Charles, 108 Fernside Road, Wandsworth 

Common, S.W.12. 

1922 1868 tPiCTOR : Arthur John (Pictor & Hinton), 14 Queen 

Square, Bath. [Bath 522.] 

1921 1743 J Pierce : Robert, a.r.c.a. ; “ Frondeg,” Twthill, Camar- 

J von . [T.A. Pierce Architect Carnarvon. — Carnarvon 62.] 

iqz± 1985 JPigott : Richard Mountford, m.c. (Murrell & Pigott) 
[53 West Side, Wandsworth Common, SW.18] ; 
44 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 7238.] 

1928 2632 JPike : Charles William, Savernake House, High West 

Street, Dorchester, Dorset. [Dorchester 143.] 

1908 1401 Pinkerton: Godfrey, 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. 

[Chancery 8126 ] 

1925 2168 i Pirie : Bridgeford MacDougall, Parallel Street, 

Stierra, Malta. 

1896 734*JPt'E E •' Beresford, Hon. m.a. C antab.. Hon. a.r.c.a. L ond. 

(Beresford Pite & Partners) [R.l.B.A. Donaldson 
Medallist 1879-80 ; Soane Medallist 1882] ; 101 Great 
Russell Street, W.C.r. [Museum 2481.] 

1929 2717 JPite : Ion Beresford, m.a. Cantab. ; Chief Architect, 

Public Works Department, Gold Coast Colony, West 
Africa. 

1928 2633 JPite : Robert William (William A. Pite, Son & 

Fairvveather), 12 Carteret Street, Queen Anne’s Gate, 
Westminster. S.W.i [Victoria 8854], and Altamont, 
West View Road, Warlingham, Surrey. 

1892 638*JPite : William Alfred (William A. Pite, Son & 
Fairvveather) [Pugin Student 1883], 12 Carteret Street, 
Queen Anne’s Gate, S.W.i. [Victoria 8854.] 

1925 2119 iiPiTT : Joseph Henry, f.s.i. ; 142 Holbom Bars, 

E.C. 1. 

1925 2242 JPole : Thomas Aloysius, io-ii Jermyn Street, S.W.i. 
[Gerrard 3616.] 

1905 1050 Pollard : Arthur, 31 Royal Avenue, Scarborough. 

1925 2312 §Pomeroy : Ernest James, 21 Acresfield, Bolton, Lancs. 

[Bolton 849.] 

1925 2313 §Poole : William Harold [“West Cot,” 146 Loose 

Road, Maidstone], 33 Earl Street, -Maidstone. [Maid- 
stone 677.] 

1925 !!Porri . Arthur George (Hobden & Porri). , x , i\ Finsbury 

Square, E.C.2. [Clerkenvvell 1255.] 

1921 1818 §Porter : Bernard Arthur, 23 Handsworth Wood Road, 

Handsvvorth W ood, Birmingham. 



Retired Fellows 


Assoc. 

1907 

1909 


1881 

1914 

1909 

1891 

1918 

1925 


1905 


£ 3 £ 

Serial 

Fellow. Number. 

1927 2498 % Porter : Henry Arthur, Senior Architect, Public Works 

Department, Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa. 

1925 2089 IIPORTSMOUTH : HENRY CHARLES (H. C. & O. S. 

Portsmouth), Llanfair Buildings, Swansea. [Swansea 
3474 -] 

1911 1456 [Potter : Francis John [“ The Rook,” North End, 

Hampstead, N.W.3], 24 John Street, Bedford Row, 
W.C.i. [Holborn 9324.] 

1916 1601 §Poulter : Briant Alfred, Chairman of the Croydon 

District Chapter of the South-Eastern Society of Archi- 
tects ; [“ Stonebanks,” Warlingham, Surrey. — Upper 
Warlingham 244], 27 Buckingham Gate, S.W.i. 
[Franklin 6256.] 

1925 2314 §Poulter : Harry Reginald, 2 London Road, Camberley, 

Surrey. [Camberley 334.] 

1905 993 Powell : Edward Turner, 13 Queen Anne’s Gate, 

Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 3555.] 

1890 556 Powell : Frederick Atkinson, 344 Kennington Road, 

S.E. [Hop 1749] 

1929 2718 J Powell : Herbert Cecil [3 Higher Terrace, Torquay — 

Torquay 3725] ; “ Pantiles,” Shiphay, Torquay. 

[Torquay 2005.] 

1920 1700 [Powers : Ernest Marston (Cowin, Powers & Ellis), 

Hon. Secretary R.I.B.A. for South Africa, Southern 
Life Building, Smith Street, Durban, South Africa. 
[Durban 2340.] 

1905 978 Powles : Alfred Every, j.p. (Powles & King) ; 7 Win- 

nington Street, Northwich, Cheshire. [Northwich 114.] 
1902 863*JPrentice : Andrew Noble, r.b.c. [ Soane Medallist 

1888] [39 Addison Road, W.] ; Hastings House, 

Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Central 4209.] 

1925 2201 [[Prentice : Robert Russell (Prentice & Floderer), 

9 Avenida Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro* Brazil. [Caixa 
Postal 190.] [N. 5490.] 

1921 1819 §Preston : Archibald Frederick, 86 Warren Road, 

Leyton, E.10. 

1928 2593 [Prestwich : Ernest, m.a. Liverpool (J. C. Prestwich & 

Son) : Bradshawgate Chambers, Leigh, Lancs. 
[Leigh 228.] 

1928 2594 [Price : William Joseph, Structural Engineer, Public 

Works Department, P.O. Box 662, Nairobi, Kenya 
Colony, East Africa. 

1926 2352 ^Pritchett : Herbert Dewes, 12 High Row, Darlington. 
1926 2445*[fj|PROSSER : Howell, Architect’s Department, Education 

Committee Offices, High Street, Walthamstow, E.17. 
[Walthamstow 1705.] 

1925 2090 [Pugh-Jones : David, f.s.i. ; County Architect, County 

Hall, Cardiff. [Cardiff 3120.] 


1908 1402 *Quennell : Charles Henry Bourne, 43 Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 7093.] 

1915 1583 [Quiggin : Edgar (Quiggin & Gee), Harrington 

Chambers, 24 North John Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool 
Bank 4874.] 



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1893 

1918 

1907 
1889 
1899 


1892 


1902 


1922 


Fellow. 

1925 

1897 

1920 

1902 

192s 

1892 

1927 

1913 

1899 

1916 

1903 
1906 

1925 

1899 

1929 

1906 

1912 


1921 

1925 

1925 

1924 

1913 


Serial 

Number. 

2260 ^Raffles : Winter Hargreaves, 22 The Grove, The 
Boltons, S.W.10. [Kensington 8711.] 

748 Ram : Edward Albert, 45 Pembroke Square, Kensing- 
ton, W.8. 

1680 J Ramsey : Stanley Churchill (Adshead & Ramsey), 
46 Great Russell Street, W.C.i. [Museum 2759.] 

882 JRansome : James, 21 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, 
S.W.i. [Gerrard 1674.] 

2315 §Ravenscroft : Frederick Ernest Briant, 16 Friar 
Street, Readine. 

681 Ravenscroft : William, f.s.a. (Ravenscroft & Rooke) ; 
Briantcroft, Milford-on-Sea, Hants. 

2536 JRayson : Thomas, 15 Broad Street, Oxford. [Oxford 
3437-] 

1515 JRea : Kenneth Guscotte, 54A Beaver Hall Hill, 
Montreal, Canada. 

780 JRead : Herbert (Read & MacDonald), 2 Bloomsbury 
Place, W.C.i. [Museum 7184.] 

1 605*!; Rea vell : Lt.-Col. George, o.b.e. ; Lloyds Bank 
Chambers, Alnwick. 

912 *Redfern : Harry, Queen Anne’s Chambers, Tothill 
Street, S.W.i. 

1086 *Reed : Harbottle, m.b.e. [Grissell Gold Medallist 1898] ; 

12 Castle Street, Exeter. [Exeter 91 1.] 

2091 ||Rees : Joseph Cook, o.b.e. ; Parade Chambers, Neath 
Glam. 

78i*JRees : Thomas Taliesin, j.p., f.s.i. (T. Taliesin Rees & 
Richard Holt), 64 Rodney Street, Liverpool. [Liver- 
pool Royal 3334.] 

272 3 §;;Reid: Allan Douglas (Young & Reid), 5 Verulam 
Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 7971 1 
1177 Reid: Walter (Walter & Cyril Reid), PO Box 746 
Johannesburg ; and 33-4 “ Stanley House ” Com- 
missioner Street, Johannesburg, South Africa 
[Johannesburg 2162.] 

1479*: REILLY CHARLES HERBERT, o.b.e., M.A.Cantab. ; 
Hon. Corres. Member of the American Institute of 
Architects ; Professor of Architecture, School of 

'r^rTTfl' p n ‘ Ve ; rS !i ty ? f Liver P°°l- Representative in 
London of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, 

sJfkcf Cet ’ LlVerp ° o1 ’ [Li^rpool Royal 

1820 § Reynolds : Edwin Francis flVnnri x. c? . - , c 
Edwin F. Reynolds) [Soane Medallist 1903], s^Colmore 
Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central' ml 

1 R 'XS;£S‘ ■ ho„p 

" 6,r "SSS 31 Wood Drive, 

iszs'SR'cjl.rdson jf (Richardson & Gill); 

4. Russell Square, W.C. [llteM L °'” i0n ' 



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Assoc. 

1919 

1898 

1886 

1883 

1906 

1914 


1907 

1912 

1902 

1893 


1912 

1907 


1897 


Fellow. 

1925 

1920 

1913 

1922 

1889 

1900 

1922 

1925 

1924 

1903 

1904 

1928 

1906 

1912 

1927 

1926 
1923 

1925 

1907 

1929 

1914 

1929 

1905 

I92S 

1915 


Serial 

Number. 

2092 HRichahdson : Thomas William Turnbull, 57 High 
Street, Stockton-on-Tees. [Stockton-on-Tees 226.] 
1712 JRichley : Norman, 210 Gilesgate, Durham. 

1526 §Richmond : Ernest Tatham, Department of Antiquities, 
P.O. Box 586, Jerusalem, Palestine. 

1882 JRiddey : Charles, 10 Queensberry Road, Kettering. 
526 JRidgway : Frederick William (Kirk, Sons & Ridgway), 
Market Place, Dewsbury. [Dewsbury 510.] 
8io*JRiley : William Edward, r.b.a., m.inst.c.e. (W. E. 
Riley & Glanfield) [“ Hollywood,” 63 Lewisham Hill, 
Lewisham, S.E.] ; 6 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, 
W.C.i. [Chancery 7328.] 

1894 J Riley : William Henry (W. H. & H. G. Riley) [“White 
House,” Uppingham Road, Leicester], 25 Horsefair 
Street, Leicester. [Leicester 3651.] 

2316 §Rimmington : Frank, Harrington Chambers, 26 North 
John Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 3839.] 

1986 JRipley : Cedric Gurney, 147 Elm Park Mansions, S.W.10. 
913 Rising : Henry Whiteman (Albury, Rising & Morgan) 
[Dymond Lodge, Bear Wood, Wokingham. — Woking- 
ham 238], 154 Friar Street, Reading [Reading 550] ; 
and Norfolk House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. 
953 Roberts : Alfred, 92 London Street, Greenwich, S.E.10. 
[Greenwich 0549.) 

2582 Roberts : Arthur Leonard, The Castle, Winchester. 
[Winchester 1005.] 

1120 Roberts : Frederick William (Roberts & Willman) 
[Northbrook Lodge, Taunton], 2 Hammet Street, 
Taunton. 

1467 {Roberts : Haydn Parke, “ Femleigh,” North Street, 
Chichester. [Chichester 454.] 

2499 X Roberts : Robert George, 18 Cloth Market, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 3734.] 

2343 IRobertson : Alexander Robert. 91 Brick Lane, E.i. 
1906 {Robertson : Andrew (R. A. Bryden & Robertson), 
278 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 

3131-] 

2121 ||Robertson : Howard Morley, m.c., s.a.d.g. (Easton & 
Robertson); 36 Bedford Square, W.C.i. [Museum 6424.] 
1381 Robertson : Lennox, 27 Windsor Place, Cardiff. 

\T.A. Lennox Robertson, Cardiff.— Cardiff 809.] 

2719 {Robinson: Harold Graham Fector (Spence, Robinson 
& Partners) [27 Great Western Road, Shanghai], 
3 Peking Road, Shanghai, China. 

1555 {Robinson : Hurley, Newspaper House, 174 Corpora- 
tion Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 7050.] 
2677§ Robinson : John Joseph, 8 Merrion Square, Dublin. 
[Dublin 62736.] 

1 045 * J Rob inson : Percy, 51 Great George Street, Leeds. 

2048 |IRobinson : Wilfrid Harold, 24 Ashford Road, 
Maidstone, Kent. 

1584 { Robson : Philip Appleby’ (Robson & Percy), 5-18 St. 

Stephen’s House, Victoria Embankment, Westminster, 
S.W.i [Victoria 8717] ; and 21 Dartmouth Row, 
Blackheath Hill, S.E.io. [Greenwich, 1183.] 



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1890 1902 
— 1925 


1888 1922 


Serial 

Number. , 

1971 *Rogers : Harold Sydney, m.a , f.s.a. ; 119 St. Aldate s, 
Oxford. [Oxford 972.] 

2333 Rolph : Ernest R., a.r.c.a. (Sproatt & Rolph) ; 1162 
Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

2583 Rooke : Albert Victor, 3 Sussex Terrace, Plymouth. 
[Plymouth 706.] 

2546 ^[Roques : Antoine William, 7 Leadenhall Street, E.C.3. 
[Avenue 8924.] 

1 874*1 Rosenthal •’ Major-General Sir Charles, k.c.b., c.m.g., 
d.s.o., v.d. ; Sirius House, Macquarie Place, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

1516 J Ross : George Allen, 1 Belmont Street, Montreal, Canada. 

2169 Rosser : Walter, Chairman of the Eastern ( Newport ) 
Branch of the South Wales Institute of Architects, 72 
Bridge Street, Newport, Mon. [Newport 3461.] 

23 1 7 §.; Rowland : Harold Evans, p.a.s.i. ; 17 Craven Street, 
W.C.2. [Gerrard 3017.] 

2663 JRowse : Herbert James, 305 India Buildings, Water 
Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 345.] 

1883 JRuddle : Alan Wilfrid, 6 Long Causeway, Peter- 
borough. [ T.A . Ruddle, Peterborough. — Peterborough 
166.] 

2568 §Rushton : Thomas Johnson, 2 New Square, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C.2. 

2595 [ Russell : Andrew Laurence Noel (Knapp-Fisher, 
Powell & Russell) [58 Queens Gardens, W.2.], 4a 
Lower Belgrave Street, S.W.i. [Sloane 7982.] 

1858 JRcssell : Robert Tor, d.s.o. 

883*1 Russell : Samuel Bridgman, i The Churchyard, Hitchin. 

2318 §Rutherford : James Hervey (Brierlev & Rutherford) 
[Pugin Student 1899, Owen Jones Student 1901], 
13 Lendal, York. [York 3256.] 

i895tJRYDE: Frank Cecil [“Five Trees,” Oatlands Chase, 
Weybridge, Surrey], 12 Little College Street, West- 
minster, S.W.i. [Victoria 3781.] 


— 1905 1025 *Sadgrove : Edwin James, 9.A Little James Street, 

Bedford Row, W.C. [Museum 6241.] 

1907 1924 195s t Sadler : William Thomas, Abbotsford, 24 Conyers 
Road, Streatham, S.W'. 

— 1929 2682 * Sage : Edgar, Eastern House, 159 Marine Parade, 

Brighton. 

— 1906 1 1 21 Sale: George Hanson (Naylor, Sale & Woore) [Cox- 

bench, Derby], Smith’s Bank Chambers, Market 
Place, Derby. [T.A. Naylor Architect Derby. — 
Derby 1219.] 

— 1913 1517 §Salmond : David (Watson, Salmond & Gray) [R.I.B A. 

Scottish Architecture Medal 1927], 242 West George 
Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 2540.] 

1922 1929 2664 J Sample : Edmund Fredrick Ronald, c o Messrs. 

Denison, Ram & Gibbs, 8a Des Voeux Road Central, 
Hong Kong. 

1926 2404 §Sanders : Ingalton, 6 Portland Terrace, Southampton. 
1925 2049 ,;Sanders: James Bickle, 74 Newcomen Street, Newcastle, 

New South W ales, Australia. 



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1892 

1920 


1912 

1895 

1912 

1912 


1914 

1920 

1882 

1881 

1884 

1882 


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1929 

1915 

1921 

1913 

1929 

192s 

1927 

1925 

1927 

1913 

1927 

1925 

1928 

1926 
1912 


1927 

1926 

1929 

1891 

1891 

1925 

1907 

1908 
1886 


Serial 

Number. 

2665 JSanville : Gerald (F. P. Oakley and G. Sanville), 

60 King Street, Manchester. [Manchester Central 
4916.] 

1573 JSaul : Henry Albert, 10 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. 
1821 §Saunders : John Thomas, ia Linden Gardens, Bays- 
water, W.2 [Park 0666] ; and Grove Cottage, Caversham, 
Oxon. [Reading 1365.] 

i 5 3 7*§Savage : Rupert (Crouch, Butler & Savage), 67A New 
Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 5430.] 

2666 JSavege : ‘Oliver Frederick m.c. ; c/o Swan & 

Maclaren, Hong Kong Bank Chambers, Singapore, 
Straits Settlements. 

23I9§||Scaif£ : William Nixon, 26 Northumberland Street, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 3590.] 
2543 § IISchaerer : Theophile, II Thurloe Square, S.W.7. 
[Kensington 6666 and 6667.] 

2050 [JSchofield : Albert, 30 Hoghton Street, Southport, 

Lancs. [Southport 1103.] 

2480 J Schooling : Stanley Philip (Hendry & Schooling), 
6 Bedford Row, W.C.i . [Chancery 745 1 .] 

1497 J Scorer : George Oakley, 46 Lincoln’s Inn Fields. 
W.C.2. [Holborn 0015.] 

2516 Scott: Adrian Gilbert, 7 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. 

[Chancery 8388.] 

2051 1 1 Scott : Augustine Alban Hamilton, 13 Old Square, 

Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 4023.] 

2552 [Scott : Bernard Wardlaw Habershon, 25 Bedford 
Row, W.C.i. 

2344 J Scott : Eric Wilfrid Boning (A. F. Scott & Sons), 

23 Tombland, Norwich. [Norwich 97.] 

1468 *Scott : Sir Giles Gilbert, Hon. ll.d. L iverpool, r.a. 

[ Royal Gold Medallist 1925 ; R.I.B.A. London Architec- 
ture Medal 1927] ; Hon. Corres. Member of the 
American Institute of Architects ; 7 Gray’s Inn 

Square, W.C. [Chancery 8388.] 

2517 Scott: M. H. Baillie (Baillie Scott & Beresford), 

8 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Holborn 1781.] 

2345 JScott : Theodore Gilbert, m.c. (A. F. Scott & Sons) ; 

23 Tombland, Norwich. [Norwich 97.] 

2720 J Scott : Thomas Edward, Department of Architecture, 
Surveying and Building, Northern Polytechnic, Hollo- 
way, N.7. [North 4100.] 

563 Scott : Thomas Taylor [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 
1882], 36 Lowther Street, Carlisle. 

567 *Scott : William Gillbee [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 
1877], 25 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 7790.] 
2093 ||Scott : Willlam H., F.s.i. ; 18 Queen Street, Cardiff. 
[Cardiff 942.] 

1239 Scott-Deakin : Captain Walter [45 Marlborough Hill, 
N.W.8] ; 27 Dale End, Birmingham. 

1397 X Seager : Samuel Hurst, c.b.e. ; 3 Hawkestone Terrace, 
Wellington, New Zealand. 

364 *SEARLES-WOOD : HERBERT DUNCAN, Vice-Presi- 
dent 1921-23, Painters’ Hall Chambers, 8 Little 
Trinity Lane, E.C.4. [Central 2365.] 




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1902 

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1910 

1893 

1921 


1914 

1888 


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Fellow, y umber. 

1889 516 Sears : John Edward, 93-94 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. ' 

[Holborn 1768.] 

1928 2569 Seeds: John, 7 Donegall Square West, Belfast. [Belfast 

4574-1 

1906 1065 JSegar-Owen : Segar (William & Segar-Owen), Palmyra 

Square Chambers, Warrington [ T.A . Owen Architect 
Warrington — Warrington 7] ; and 3 Pump Court, 
Temple, E.C.4. [Central 1715.] 

1928 2634 JSelway : Edward Ralph Douglas, Windsor House, 

46 Victoria Street. Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 
4206.] 

1925 2320 §Shann : Frank Halliwell, 67 Warwick Square, 

S.W.x. 

1923 1938 J Sharp : Andrew, 800 N. Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, 

California, LLS.A. 

1914 1556 J Sharp : Cecil Alexander, Church Farm House, 

Cheam, Surrey. 

1925 2262 *[ Sharp : Walter Richard (W. R. Sharp & Cowbum), 

40 South King Street, Manchester. [Manchester City 
1802.] 

1907 1383 Shayler : Frank Hearn, Gateway Chambers, Shrews- 

bury'. [Shrewsbury 223.] 

1925 2122 ||Sheffield : Noel Dennis, f.s. 1. (Stock, Page and Stock) ; 

18 St. Thomas’s Street, London Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 
2361.] 

1925 2134 HShennan : Alfred Ernest, 14 North John Street, 

Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 1663.] 

1926 239iT’|Shenton : Frederick William, 27 Fitzroy Street, 

Fitzrov Square, W.i. [Museum 716.] 

1920 1702 §Siiep heard : Thomas Faulkner (Shepheard & Bower), 

Bluecoat Chambers, School Lane, Liverpool. [Liver- 
pool Royal 1628.] 

1907 1384 Shepherd : Godfrey Daniel Bower (Mills & Shepherd), 

9 South Tay Street, Dundee. [Dundee 5395.] 

1920 1713’ [[Shepherd : Herbert, 80 Queen's Road, Bavswater, W.2. 

[Park 1075.] 

1921 1822 §Sheppard : John Mortimer, p.a.s.i. ; 38 Bedford Place, 

W.C.i. [Museum 7060.] 

1925 2321 §Shsrvey : Albert Edward, Town Hall, Bournemouth. 

1929 2667ft Shiner : Lawrence Alexander David, p.a.s.i., District 

Surveyor for Westminster South, 34 Buckingham 
Palace Road, S.W.i. [Victoria 5386.] 

1905 996*tSHIRES : BENJAMIN PRIESTLEY [Tite Prizeman 
1886], 41 Union Street, Plymouth. 

1922 1896 + Short . Lt.-Col. Ernest William George, c.b.e., f.s .1 ., 

S.R.E.S. ; Royal Engineer Office, Fort Canning, Singa- 
pore, Straits Settlements. 

1927 2 5 o9§iiSHUTE : Montague Arnold, “ Rotherwood,” Lutter- 

worth Road, Nuneaton. 

1927 2500 tSiLcocK : Ahnold, 97 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, S.W.i. 

[Gerrard 6902.] 

1897 749 tSiLcocK : Stanley Percy, Egypt Street, Warrington. 

1921 1824 §Simister : Ernest (Taylor & Simister), 29 Queen Street, 

Oldham. [Oldham 962.] 



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— 1925 2322 §Simmons : Charles Evelyn (Simmons & Cutbush), 

Palace Chambers, Bridge Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 3630.] 

— 1902 .877 Simon : Frank Worthington [Tite Prizeman 1887], 

Arts Club. 40 Dover St’eet. W.i. 

1909 igai 1845 [Simpson : Cecil Hamilton, 83 Buckingham Palace Road, 
Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 9304.] 

— 1925 2153 HSimpson : Frederick, j.p. ; Southgate Chambers, 

Southgate, Wakefield. [Wakefield 221.] 

1893 1921 1859 [Simpson : Gilbert Murray, 16 Ship Street, Brighton. 

1882 1900 829*[Simpson : Sir John William, k.b.e., President 1919-21, 

Croix de la Legion d’Honneur, Membre Correspondant 
de l’Institut de France, Officier de l’Instruction Publique, 
President de l’Union Franco-Britannique des Archi- 
tectes, Membre Correspondant de la Socidtd Centrale 
des Architectes Frangais, Membre Correspondant et 
Grande Medaille de la Socidtd des Architectes diplfimds 
par le Gouvemement; 3 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s 
Inn, W-C. [ T.A . Simetayr London.— Chancery 7036.] 

— 1906 1181 Simpson: Jonathan, Grey Gables, Chorley New Road, 

Bolton. [Bolton 1214.] 

— 1919 1662 §Simpson : William Begg (Wimperis, Simpson & 

Guthrie), 61 South Molton Street, W.i. [Mayfair 3413.] 

— 1921 1925 §Sinclair : Colin, m.a., F.s.A.Scot. (H. & D. Barclay, 

121 West Regent Street, Glasgow. — Glasgow Douglas 
3242) ; “ St. Margarets,” Ralston Avenue, Crookston, 
Renfrewshire. 

— 1925 2214 IISinclair : Duncan Macdonald, P.O. Box 4492, 

Johannesburg, South Africa. 

tgiz 1921 1846 [Sinclair : William Braxton, Craig’s Court House, 

Craig’s Court, Charing Cross, S.W.i. [Regent 2742.] 

— 1907 1240 # Skinner : Willie Swinton (W. S. Skinner & Sons), 

27 Orchard Street, College Green, Bristol. [Bristol 
3163.] 

— 1925 2094 ||Skipper : Major Charles Frederick, 64 St. Andrew’s 

Street, Cambridge. [Cambridge 773.] 

— 1889 506 Skipper : George John [7 London Street, Norwich] ; 

S Vigo Street, W.i. [Regent 6877.] 

— 1905 1026 Sladdin : Thomas Arthur, P.O. Wellesley Street, 

Box No. i, Auckland, New Zealand. 

igu 1925 1 999*[ Slater : John Alan, m.a. Cantab. [Slater & Moberly, 
46 Berners Street, W.i] ; 8 Wellgarth Road, N.W.11. 

— 1920 1727 §Slater : William Ford (Ford & Slater), Overhouse 

Chambers. Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. [Hanley 344.] 

— 1925 2095 ||Smart : Henry Charles, 73A Queen Victoria Street, 

E.C4. 

— 1907 138s Smee : Frank Edward, “ Fleet House,” 58 Fleet 

Street, E.C4. [Central 4859.] 

— 1906 1184 Smith : Arnold Dunbar [Godwin Bursar 1903], 6 Queen 

Square, Bloomsbury, W.C. [Museum 2520.] 

1909 1928 2635 [Smith: Charles Benjamin, ii New Court, Lincoln’s 

Inn, W.C.2. [Holbom 1865.] 

1900 1913 1490 [Smith : Cyril Wontner [ Pugin Student 1902], Diocesan 

Surveyor, Oxon., 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. [Central 
25°7-] 



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1Q28 2617 Smith : Edwin Evan, Chief Architect for the State of 

Victoria, Public Works Department, Treasury Place, 
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1902 1920 1714 t Smith : Francis Danby, Parliament Mansions, Victoria 

Street, S.W.i. 

1882 1905 1027 Smith : Frank Adams, f.s.i. ; 35 New Broad Street, 

E.C.2. [Central 0047.] 

1901 1910 1432 ]:Smith : Frederick John Osborne, 70 Dornton Road, 

Bedford Hill, Balham, S.W.12. 

x 925 2096 ||Smith : George Willie (Newborn & Smith), 6 New 

Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 5086.] 

1906 1924 1987 J Smith : James, Oficina de Via y Obras, Ferro Carril del 

Sud, Pencliffe House, Buenos Aires, Argentine. 

— 1907 1386 *SMITH : JOHN ARTHUR (Wallis & Smith), President 

of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Architectural 
Association, 8 Cross Street, Basingstoke, Hants. 
[Basingstoke 189.] 

1889 1905 1028-fJSMiTH : Ravenscroft Elsey [R.I.B.A. Donaldson 

Medallist 1878-79 ; Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1887, 
Greek Travelling Student 1888], Stangate House, 
235 Westminster Bridge Road, S.E.i. [Waterloo 
1247.] 

— 1928 2645§ Smith: Roland Ingleby, o.b.e., f.s.i., Chief Architect, 

Department of Works and Public Buildings, Ministry 
of Finance, Belfast. [Belfast 5237.] 

1908 1920 1682 t S mit hers : Alec (Campbell Jones, Sons & Smithers), 

Skinners’ Hall, 9 Dowgate Hill, E.C.4 [Central 09x5- 
0916) ; and Motleys, Great Hallingbury, Bishop’s 
Stortford. [Bishop’s Stortford 186.] 

1882 1891 574 Snell : Alfred Saxon (Alfred Saxon Snell & Phillips), 

9 Bentinck Street, W.i. [Mayfair 5030.] 

— 1921 1826 §Snell : John Saxon, Fairview, Durrington, Worthing. 

[Durrington 71.] 

1918 1923 1907 JSoissons : Louis Emanuel Jean Guy de Savoib 

Carignan de, o.b.e., s.a.d.g. [Tite Prizeman 1912, 
R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 1913 — Resigned 1920] ; 
Blue Ball Yard, 64 St. James’s Street, S.W.i. [Gerrard 
4146.] 

1907 1923 1 9°2*J Solomon : Digby Lewis, B.sc.Lond. (Lewis, Solomon & 

Son) [14 Belvedere Grove, Wimbledon, S.W.19. — 
—Wimbledon 4410] ; 21 Hart Street, Bloomsbury 
Square. W.C.i. [Holborn 5108 and 5109.] 

— 1925 2097 S'iSomake : Moses Joseph Henry, 17 Hendon Wav NW 2 

[Speedwell 2597.] ' 

1905 1922 1884 JSouster : Ernest George William, 3 St. James’s 
Street, S.W.i. 

1921 1922 i897*JSoutar : Charles Geddes, F.s.A.Scot. (Maclaren, Soutar & 

Salmond) [“ Harecraig,” Broughty Ferry] ; 15 South 
lay Street, Dundee. [Dundee 2079.] 

_ 1926 240 5 *§Soutar : John Carrick Stuart (A. & J. Soutar) 

V tides,” North End, Hampstead, N.W.n [Speed- 
ful 305 and 8 King William Street, Strand, 
W .C.2. [Regent 2492.] 

_ 1925 2123 i'SouTTAR: James Augustus, 56 Victoria Street, S.W.i. 

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Serial 

Number. 

1620 

1895 

1911 

1460 

1900 

1913 

1498 

1907 

1929 

2721 

— 

1921 

00 

Is) 

-4 

— 

1907 

1206 

— 

1926 

2334 

— 

1925 

2052 

— 

1925 

2053 

— 

1918 

1634 

— 

1921 

1829 

1925 

1929 

2693 

1913 

1928 

2553 

1920 

1929 

2694 

1904 

1921 

1744 

— 

1921 

1830 

— 

1907 

1241 

— 

1921 

1831 

1922 

1928 

2636 

— 

1903 

896 

— 

1925 

2323 

1904 

1920 

1683 


Spain : Colonel Alfred, v.d. ; Royal Insurance Building, 
Pitt and Spring Streets, Sydney, New South Wales. 

J Spain : Colonel Joseph, t.d., f.s.i. ; County Valuation 
Officer, County Hall, Wakefield, Yorkshire. [Wake- 
field 3781.] 

J Spalding : Reginald Henry- (Spalding & Myers), 
12 New Court, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Holborn 3527.] 

J Spence : Herbert Marshall (Spence, Robinson & 
Partners) [26 Route Ferguson, Shanghai], 3 Peking 
Road, Shanghai, China. 

§Spink : Herbert (Edgington & Spink), 52 High Street, 
Windsor [Windsor 248] ; and “ Broadwater,” Wrays- 
bury, Bucks. 

Spooner : Charles Sydney, Eyot Cottage, Chiswick 
MaU, W. 

Sproatt : Henry, ll.d., r.c.a. (Sproatt & Rolph) ; 
President of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts ; 
1162 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

|[Stainton : Samuel Joseph (Cherrington & Stainton), 
133 Edmund Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 2939.] 

|[Stanham : George Gordon, f.s.i. ; 26 Bush Lane, 
Cannon Street, E.C.4. [Royal 6551.] 

§Stedman : Arthur John [Carlton Chambers, 12 Regent 
Street, S.W.], South Street, Famham, Surrey. [Fam- 
ham 16.] 

§Steel : John, Royal Buildings, Main Street, Wishaw, 
Scotland. [Wishaw 6Y.] 

J Steele : Harold Rooksby [Distinction in Thesis ], 
14 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 7539.] 

JStenner : William James, 29 Berkeley Square, Bristol. 
[Bristol 4124.] 

J Stevenson : Roy Kenneth (Irwin & Stevenson), 
Temple Court, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. [Melbourne Central 10339.] 

JStewardson : Robert Ernest, Thatched House Club, 
St. James’s Street, S.W.i. 

§Stewart : John (Stewart & Paterson) [ Owen Jones 
Student 1899], 16 Blythswood Square, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Central 4860.] 

Stewart : William, Newlyn House, 4 & 5 Aldgate, 
E.C. [Avenue 5975.] 

§Still : John Edward, “ Coombe Corner,” South Park 
Hill Road, Croydon. 

J Stillman : Cecil George, County Architect, East 
Suffolk County Council, County Hall, Ipswich. 
[Ipswich 3131.] 

Stirrup : Walter, 14 Richmond Terrace, Blackburn. 
[Blackburn 211.] 

§Stoddart : Donald McKay (A. N. Paterson & 
Stoddart), 219 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2. 
[Glasgow Central 4x95.] 

J Stone : Henry Spencer Walcott, f.s.i. (Stone & 
Francis) ; Lloyds Bank Chambers, Taunton [Taunton 
16] ; and at Chepstow and Minehead. 




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— 1925 

— 1925 

1891 1920 


1896 1913 

— 1913 

1901 1922 

— 1915 

1889 1910 

— 1926 

— 1906 

1913 1921 

1908 1923 

1872 1883 

— 1907 

1919 1925 

1909 1928 

— 1905 

— 1915 

— 1921’ 

1911 1925 

— 192s 

1902 1919 


Serial 

Number. 

2098 ||Stonebridge : Walter Butler, 26 St. John’s Street, 
Bedford. [Bedford 3452.] 

2124 [|Stonham : Peter Dulvey, Hadley House, Upperton 
Road, Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 993.] 

1684 [ Straxge : Charles Hilbert (Strange & Grant), Chair- 
man of the Tunbridge Wells District Chapter of the 
South Eastern Society of Architects , 20 Dudley Road, 
Tunbridge Wells ; and 7 London Road, Tunbridge 
Wells. [Tunbridge Wells 919.] 

1499 [Stratton : Arthur, f.s.a. ; Reader in Architecture, 

London University, 88 Gower Street, W.C. [Museum 
4671.] 

1500 §Streatfeild : Granville Edward Stewart, o.b.e., 

d.s.o. (Streatfeild & Atwell) ; 13 New Square, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C. [Holborn 2167.] 

1898 [Stretton : Clement, Alliance Chambers, Horsefair 
Street, Leicester. [Leicester 2276.] 

1578 §Stuart : John, Old Court, Springfield, Chelmsford. 
[Chelmsford 226.] 

1440 [Stucke : William Henry (Stucke & Harrison), 31 
S.A. Mutual Buildings, Harrison Street, Johannesburg, 
South Africa. [Johannesburg Central 433.] 
2354§ : |'Sudbury : Harry Tatham , Rutland Chambers, Lord 
Haddon Road, Ilkeston. [Ilkeston 123.] 

1186 Sudlow : Harold (Sudlow, Ballardie & Thompson), 
7 Old Court House Street, Calcutta, India. 
i860 [Sullivan : Basil Martin, o.b.e. ; Consulting Architect 
to the Punjab Government, P.W.D. Secretariat, 
Lahore, India. 

1939 [SULLIVAN : LEO SYLVESTER [“ Barrow,” 5 Mon- 
tana Road, Wimbledon, S.W.20. — Wimbledon 1738], 
158 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3. [Monument 1977.] 

320 Sulman : Sir John [Pugin Student 1872], Burrangong, 
Waning Street, McMahon’s Point, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

1220 Summerhayes : Major Edwin, v.d. (E. Sumroerhayes & 
Son) ; Colonial Mutual Chambers, St. George’s Terrace, 
Perth, W. Australia. [Perth 1703 & F. 351.] 

2243 [Sutcliffe : Frederick, Windy Ridge, Park Farm Road, 
Bickley, Kent. 

2554 [Sutton : Basil Hope, Lamboum, Berks. 

979 * Sutton : Ernest Richard Eckett, Albion Chambers, 
King Street, Nottingham. 

i 579*§Sw.an : James Alfred, Daimler House, Paradise Street, 
Birmingham. 

1832 §Swan : James Henry (Swan, Norman & Clay), 8 
Clifford’s Inn, E.C.4. 

2226 [Swannell : Charles Malcolm (Bethell, Swannell & 
Dumford), Adam House, i6a John Street, Adelphi, 
W.C. 2. [Temple Bar 3183.] 

2099 [ISwanston : Captain John Daniel, t.d. ; 8 Townsend 
Crescent, Kirkcaldy, Fife. 

1639 [Swarbrick : John (Joseph Swarbrick & Son), 14 John 
Dalton Street Manchester. [T.A. Swarbrex, Manches- 
ter- — Manchester Central 2886. J 


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1913 1917 1612 JSwash : Frank Stanley, Stonecroft, Ridgeway, New- 
port, Mon. 

— 1928 26io*§Syme : John Stuart (Brierley & Rutherford), 13 Lendal, 

York. [York 3256.] 

1900 1924 1967 JSymon : Alexander, 12 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, 

W.C.i. [Holbom 1450.] 

1882 1906 1069 JTait : Charles James, 30 Hampstead Way, Golders 

Green, N.W. 

1913 1926 2346 JTait : Thomas Smith (Sir John Burnet & Partners), 

1 Montague Place, Bedford Square, W.C.x [Museum 
8206-7] ; and 48 Rotherwick Road, Golders Green, 
N.W.n. 

1911 1922 1899 [Tanner : Edwin John (Messrs. Henry Tanner), 3 

Hanover Square, W.i. .[Mayfair 0861 and 0862.] 
1878 1891 576 Tanner : Sir Henry, c.b., i.s.o., f.s.i. (Messrs. Henry 

Tanner) [ Tite Prizeman 1878] ; 3 Hanover Square, 
W.i. [Mayfair 0861 and 0862.] 

1899 1907 i242*JTanner : Henry (Messrs. Henry Tanner), 3 Hanover 

Square, W.i. [Mayfair 0861 and 0862.] 

1889 1912 I464 # JTAPPER : WALTER, a.r.a., f.s.a., President 1927-29 ; 

10 Melina Place, St. John’s Wood, N.W. [Paddington 
6836.] 

— 1925 2188 ||Taraporvala : Vicajee Ardeshir (Taraporvala, 

Bharoocha & Co.), 7-10 Elphinstone Circle, Fort, Bom- 
bay, India. [T.A. Circle, Bombay. — Bombay 22703.] 

— 1904 959 *Tarbolton : Harold Ogle, 4 St. Colme Street, Edin- 

burgh. 

1907 1924 1968 ]T ASKER : Lieut.-Col. ANDREW KERR, t.d. ; 

President of the Northern Architectural Association, 
Trinity Buildings, New Bridge Street, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. [Newcastle Central 1626.] 

1909 1925 2244 ITasker : William Watt, m.c. ; The Red House, 
Fawdon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Gosforth 906.] 

— 1912 i486 §TATCHELL : SYDNEY (Tatchell & Wilson), Bank 

Chambers, 32 Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 4726.] 

— 1915 1590 §Tate : John Duncan (Forbes & Tate) [15 St. Andrews 

Mansions, Dorset Street, W.], 97 Jermyn Street, S.W.i. 
[Gerrard 4478.] 

— 1925 2100 ||Taylor : Alfred John, President of the Bristol Society of 

Architects, 4 and 5 Bridge Street, Bath. [Bath 249.] 

— 1906 1189 *Taylor : Isaac (Taylor & Young), 19 Chapel Walks, 

Manchester. [Manchester Central 4606.] 

— 1926 2406 §Taylor : Councillor Samuel, President of the Burnley 

District Society of Architects [Central Buildings, 
Rawtenstall], 74-78 Manchester Road, Burnley, Lancs. 
[Burnley 4264.] 

1928 1926 2347 JTaylor : Samuel Pointon, 62 Roxeth Hill, Harrow-on- 

the-Hill, Middlesex. 

— 1929 2698 ^[Taylor : Thomas (Taylor & Simister), President of the 

Oldham Society of Architects [“ Westdene,” Middleton, 
near Manchester], 29 Queen Street, Oldham. 
[Oldham 962.] 

— 1915 1580 §Taylor : Thomas Lumsden (Hutton & Taylor), 212 

Bath Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 112.] 


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1921 1928 2637 [Taylor : William John, BiP.ARCH.Abdn. (K. 

Carruthers, Ballantyne & Taylor) ; 28 Queen’s Gate, 
Inverness. [Inverness 314.] 

iq Q $ 1029 Teather : Harry, Andrew’s Buildings, Queen Street, 

Cardiff. [Cardiff 971.] 

1901 1920 1685 [Tench : Edwin James, 20 Thorpe Mansions, Norwich. 

[Norwich 1000.] 

1894 1903 914 [Tenison : Arthur Heron Ryan [Elm Dene, Bath 

Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick, W.J, 21 Great Peter 
Street, SAV.i. [Victoria 5014.] 

1913 1926 2348 [Tetley : Charles Reginald, 240 Beaver Hall Hill, 

Montreal, Canada. 

!qi 3 1518 §Theakston : Ernest George [Saxon Snell Prizeman 

1923] [12 New Court, Carey Street, W.C. — Central 660], 
Wendover, Bucks. 

jgzs 2125 : Thomas : Albert John, f.s.a., Chevalier de la Legion 

d’Honneur, Officier d’Academie Franyais ; 28 Upper 
Park Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

— 1906 ii9o*Thomas: Sir Alfred Brumwell, F3 Albany, Piccadilly, 

W.i. 

— 1925 2ioi*[Thomas : Charles Samuel (C. S. Thomas & Herbert 

Jones), Salisbury Chambers, 15 Wind Street, Swansea. 
[Swansea 4547.] 

1920 1922 i869*JTHOMAS : PERCY EDWARD, o.b.e. (Ivor Jones & 

Percy Thomas), Vice-President 1927-28 ; 6 and 7 

St. John’s Square, Cardiff. [Cardiff 1380.] 

— 1921 1833 ^Thompson : Albert John, Town Planning Officer, The 

Lands Dept., Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa. 

— 1915 1591 §Thompson : Charles Clayton [Market Place, Derby], 

32 St. John Street, Lichfield. 

1911 1923 1903 [Thompson : Charles William Ward, f.s.i. [“ Rozel,” 

Borstal Road, Rochester] ; Bank Chambers, 40 High 
Street, Rochester. [Chatham 43.] 

1910 1925 2227 [Thompson : Morris, Carbon Chambers, 7B Hall Gate, 

Doncaster. [Doncaster 18.] 

1914 1929 2668 [Thompson : William Harding, m.c. ; 5 Verulam 

Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 7807.] 

— 1906 1088 THOMS : PATRICK HILL (Thoms ' & Wilkie), 

21 South Tay Street, Dundee. [Dundee 4558.] 

— 1920 i 7 2 9 §T homson : David, m.b.e. : 25 Attimore Road, Welwyn 

Garden City, Herts. 

— 1906 1124 Thomson: John (Thomson, Sandilands & MacLeod), 

248 West George Street, Blythswood Square, Glasgow. 
[Glasgow Douglas 1666.] 

1894 1906 1070 [Thomson : Robert John, 49 Hill Road, Wimbledon, 

SAV.19. [Wimbledon 194.] 

— 1906 1193 Thomson : William Aitken (John Baird & James 

Thomson), 150 Holland Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow 
Douglas 656.] 

1893 19 0/ 1222 +Thornela . Arnold (Briggs & Thornely), 612 

Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 

367°-] 

— 1907 1389 Thornely: Herbert Lionel (Briggs & Thornely), 612 

Rotal Liver Building, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 
3670.] 


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Fellow. 

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1925 

— 

1906 

— 

1926 

1911 

1918 

— 

1929 

— 

1925 

— 

1928 

1889 

1907 

— 

1926 

1903 

1919 

1923 

1924 

1900 

1921 

1906 

1917 

1899 

1922 

— 

1927 

— 

1925 

1908 

1925 

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1925 

1910 

1925 

1921 

1889 

1899 

1922 

1906 

1929 

— 

1904 

1911 

1919 


Serial 

Number. 

1988 [Thornton : Harold, b.a. Liverpool ; “ West Croft,” 

Park Road, Dewsbury. 

2324 §Thorpe : Fred, Union Bank Chambers, Church Lane, 
Oldham. [Oldham 1587.] 

1071 Thorpe : Thomas Harrison, 23 St. James’s Street, 
Derby. [Derby 147.] 

2 355§!|Thraves : Alfred John (Thraves & Dawson), 12 Victoria 
Street, Nottingham. [Nottingham 5687.] 

1630 [Tickle : Arthur George Warnham, Public Works 
Department, Hong Kong. 

2650 Tilden : Philip [Rowden, Sampford Courtenay, 

Devon], Morley House, 320 Regent Street, W.i. 
[Langham 4239.] 

2145 HTomlins : Edmund Frazer, 33 Furnival Street, Holbom, 

E.C.4 [Holbom 5749] ; and Westdown, Burwash 
Weald, Sussex. [West Burwash 18.] 

2618 Tompkins : Henry William, Royal Bank Chambers, 
Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1244 [Tooley : Herbert (Tooley & Foster) [The Fairstead, 
Salty Lane, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon], Warwick 
House, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. [Buckhurst 0345.] 

2446 ^Townend : Thomas, District Bank Chambers, Rochdale. 
[Rochdale 2590.] 

1663UT0WSE: Stanley, 9 Newcomen Street, S.E. [Hop 
5585 -] 

1989 [Toy : Sidney, f.s.a. ; 1 Cloisters, Temple, E.C. [Cen- 

tral 1484.] 

1745 [Traquair : Professor Ramsay, Hon. M.A.McGill ; 

Department of Architecture, McGill University, 
Montreal, Canada. 

1613 [Travers : Wilfred Irwin, o.b.e. ; 8-9 Great James 
Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 4982.] 

1870 [Traylen : Henry Francis (Traylen & Lenton), 16 
Broad Street, Stamford, Lines. [Stamford 134.] 
2 547*J|Treeby : Phillip Edward, 38 Commercial Exchange 
Buildings, Main Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

2146 ||Trehearne : Alfred Frederick Aldridge, f.s.i. ; 

Windsor House, 83 Kingsway, W.C.2. [Regent 6140.] 
2228 JTrenciT: Gilbert Mackenzie, o.b.e., f.s.i. ; Police 
Architect and Surveyor, New Scotland Yard, S.W.i. 
2264*;;Tribe : Arthur W'alter, 33 Craven Street, Charing 
Cross, W.C.2. [Regent 5024.] 

2197 IITriggs : Bernard, Rutlam, Central India. 

1715 [Troup : Francis Gordon, Amiesmill, Horsham, Sussex. 

[T.A. Troup, Horsham. — Horsham 213.] 

782 [Troup : Francis William, f.s.a. ; 14 Gray’s Inn 

Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 7539.] 

1194 Troup : George Alexander, Wellington, New Zealand. 
2695 [Troup : Major Robert Jamieson, M.A.Abdn. ; Croix de 
Guerre, 14 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 
7539-1 

955 Tubbs : Percy Burnell (Percy Tubbs, Son & Duncan), 
39 Great James Street, Bedford Row', W.C.i. 
[Holborn 9631.] 

1640 [Tugwell : Sydney, Petra Place, Poole Hill, Bournemouth. 



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— 1906 1072 Turnbull : William, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1910 1925 2245 t Turner : Horace George, c/o Messrs. Hennessy, 

Hennessy & Co., 251 George Street, Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia. 

1901 1907 1391 JTurner : Philip John, 1100 Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, 

Canada. 

— 1926 2452 §Turner : Robert Charles, 10 Haiphong Road, Gordon 

■ Road, Shanghai, China. 

— 1925 2135 ||Tweedy : William (Marshall & Tweedy), Mervyn 

House, 129 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 
[Newcastle Central 2087.] 

— 1920 1730 §Twist : Walter Norman, Sun Building, Bennett’s 

Hill, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 3119.] 

1900 1919 1641 JTyrwhitt : Thomas [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1898] 

[49 Avonmore Road, W.14] ; 3 Arundel Street, 

Strand, W.C.2. 


— 1929 


— 1905 

1920 1923 


— 1910 


— 1928 

— 1907 


2678§]|Underhill : Baron Collingwoode Seymour, 33 
Newhall Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 
6662.] 

1047 Underwood : Edgar Sefton, 3 Queen Street, Cheapside, 
E.C.4. [City 2357.] 

1940 JUns worth : Gerald, m.c. (Unsworth & Goulder) ; 

8 Conduit Street, Regent Street, W.i. [Mayfair 
1728 and 1729.] 

1443 *UNWIN : RAYMOND, Dr. Tech. h.c. Prague ; 
Technical Adviser, Greater London Regional Town 
Planning Committee, 32 Old Queen Street, West- 
minster, S.W.i.; Wyldes, North End, Hampstead, 
N.W. [Hampstead 2710.] 

2584 Upcher : Cecil (Lacey & Upcher), 6 Upper King Street, 
Norwich. [Norwich 3.] 

1392 Usher : Arthur Frederick (Yetts, Sturdy & Usher), 34 
Gordon Square, W.C.i. [Museum 0467.] 


— 1928 

1900 1916 

— 1925 

1889 1896 


— 1927 

— 1925 

1905 1921 


2585 Vallance : Hugh, r.c.a. ; 702 Southam Building, 1070 
Bleury Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1598 JVarndell: Charles Edward, f.s.i . [Grissell Gold Medallist 
1900]; 1 Whitehall, S.W.i. [Victoria 8700.] 
23 2 5§!|Vaux : Fred, Dsmesmoor Chambers, 29 Quay Road, 
Bridlington. [Bridlington 253.] 

7 3 7* t Verity : Francis Thomas [Tite Prizeman 1889, R.I.B.A. 
London Architecture Medal 1923], Architect to the 
Lord Chamberlain’s Department, Membre Corres- 
pondant de la Societe Archeologique de France • 
7 Sackville Street, \\ . [Regent 706.] 

2510 §Vermont : Joseph, Strada Coltei No. 1, Bucarest 1 
Roumania. ’ 

2189 || Vickery : Thomas Sidney (George & T. S. Vickery) 

, 50 Gresham Street, E.C.2. [London Wall 3533 1 ’ 

1861 JVining: John Norman Randall, Rolls Clumbers 
89 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. [Holbom 6361.] 



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Apsol 

Fellow. 

1926 

— 

1929 

— 

1926 

— 

1906 

— 

1925 

— 

1920 


1902 

to 

1921 
1925 

1922 

1901 

1913 

1906 

192s 

1921 

1926 

1911 

1925 

1913 

1923 

— 

1906 

— 

1906 

— 

1925 

— 

1891 

— 

1926 

— 

1929 

— 

1925 

1906 

1925 

1902 

1913 

1909 

1929 


Serial 

Number. 

2453 §Vinycomb : John Knox, 59 Thornton Avenue, Streatham 
Hill, S.W.2. [Streatham 4485.] 

2704 Voysey : Charles Francis Annesley, 73 St. James’s 
Street, S.W.i. 

2367 ITWaddington : Frederic Turner, 52 Abingdon Street, 
Blackpool. [Blackpool 1369.] 

1195 Waghorne : William Joseph, 7 Northampton Road, 
Addiscombe, Surrey. 

2326§|1Wagstaff : Clarence Barnard (W. H. Wagstaff & 
Sons), The Terrace, 73 Saltergate, Chesterfield. 
[Chesterfield 2097.] 

1721 §Wakefield : Benjamin Frederick George, 18 Orchard 
Street, Bristol. 

871 # Wakerley : Arthur, Crown Hill, Leicester. 


1873 Walcot : William, 29 Clifton Hill, St. John’s Wood, 
N.W.8. 

1501 JWalford : William John, i Leadenhall Street, E.C. 
[Avenue 6353.] 

2229 tWALKER : Edward Holsworth, Carbon Chambers, 

7B Hall Gate, Doncaster. [Doncaster 18.] 

2381 J Walker : Frederick Arthur, c/o Compagnie Franco 
Asiatique des Petrolis, 12 Boulevard Norodm, Saigon, 
Cochin China. 

2230 .[Walker : Marshall Eyre (Walker & Harwood), 21 

Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, S.W.i. [Gerrard 6107.] 
1904 [Walker : Thomas, County Architect, County Offices, 
Trowbridge, Wilts. 

1196 Walker: William Snowball (W. S. Walker, Son & 

Field), York Chambers, 77 Lowgate, Hull. [Hull 
Central 6843.] 

1197 Walker: William Thomas Mynors, 210 Finsbury 

Pavement House, Moorgate, E.C.z. [London Wall 
9166.] 

2147 ||Wallis : Thomas (Wallis, Gilbert & Partners), 29 
Roland Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.7. [Ken- 
sington 2838-39.] 

618 Walmisley : Joseph William, fr.i. ; 7 King’s Terrace, 
Southsea. 

2368 Walsh : Joseph Frederick, f_s.i. (Walsh & Maddock) ; 

10 Harrison Road, Halifax. [Halifax 4474.] 

2727 Walters : Frederick Arthur, f.s.a. ; 28 Great Ormond 
Street, Queen Square, W.C.i. [Holbom 0450.] 

2102 [[Walton : William Billington, Rookwood, Holmfield 
Avenue, Cleveleys, near Blackpool. 

2231 [Ward : Bernard Michael, 3 Lord Street, Liverpool. 

[Liverpool Central 1988.] 

1 502*]; Ward : Charles Frederick, Town Hall, Newport, 
Mon. 

2669 [Ward : Frank Dorrington, Government Architect, 
Public Works Department, Singapore, Straits Settle- 
ments. 




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— 1903 

1883 ) 1906 

to ( 

1890 ‘ 


— 1925 

1908 1921 

1903 1913 

— 1927 

— 1906 

1893 1921 
1903 1911 

1879 1905 

— 1928 

— 1912 

1905 1919 

— 1925 

— 1907 

1895 1907 

1907 1926 

1874 1883 


— 1919 


Serial 

Number. 

922 Ward : Melville Seth, 104 Victoria Street, West- 
minster, S.W. [Victoria 1315 and 1316.] 

1074* [Warren : Edward Prioleau, f.s.a. ; Hon. Corres. 

Member of the American Institute of Architects, 
Membre Correspondant de la Soci£te Centrale de 
l’Architecture de Belgique, Order of St. Sava of 
Serbia, Royal Red Cross of Serbia ; 20 Bedford Square, 
W.C. [Museum 1189.] 

2055 || Warren : Gerald, Amberley House, 12 Norfolk Street, 
Strand, W.C.2. [Central 3552.] 

1746 [Warren: Percy Francis (Petter & Warren), Old Sarum, 
Yeovil, Somerset. [Yeovil 60.] 

1 49 1 * [ War w 1 ck : Septimus, 13 Somers Place, Hyde Park, 
W.2. [Paddington 2674.] 

2518 Waterhouse: Bertrand James (Waterhouse & Lake), 17 
Bligh Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
1198 Waterson : John [The Lawn, Silverdale, Sydenham, 
S.E.26], P.O. Box 1734, Johannesburg, S. Africa. 

1862 [Watkins : William Gregory, St. Edmond’s Chambers, 
Silver Street, Lincoln. 

1450 [Watkins : William Henry, Provident Buildings, 15 
Clare Street, Bristol. [Bristol 3299.] 

1048 ‘Watson : Adam Francis, St. James’s Chambers, 38 
Church Street, Sheffield. [Sheffield 20488.] 

2586 Watson : George Mackie, 50 Queen Street, Edin- 
burgh. 

!487*§Watson : John (Watson, Salmond & Gray) [R.I.B.A. 
Scottish Architecture Medal 1937], 242 West George 
Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 2540.] 

1 66sf[ Watson : William Ernest, Barrister-at-Law, Associate 
Surveyors’ Institution, 5 Paper Buildings, Temple, 
E.C.4 [Central 1871]; and 6 Gray’s Inn Place, W.C. 1. 
[Chancery 8231 .] 

2148 ||Watson : William Harold, Barstow Square, Wakefield 

[Wakefield 166.] 

1224 ‘Watt : George (Brown & Watt), Bieldside House, 
Bieldside, Aberdeen. [Aberdeen Cults 78.] 

1395 [Waymouth : William Charles [4 Ravenscroft Park, 
High Barnet], Gwydir Chambers, 104 High Holbom! 
W.C. [Central 5646.] 

2382*1 WEARING : STANLEY JOHN, President of the East 
Anglian Society of Architects, and Chairman of the 
Norfolk and Norwich Association of Architects, 3 Redwell 
Street. Norwich. [Norwich 919.] 

321 *Webb : Sir Aston, g.c.v.o., c.b., h.a., f.s.a. (Sir Aston 
\\ ebb & Son); President 1902-1904 [Royal Gold 
Medallist 1905, Pugin Student 1873], 19 Queen Anne’s 
Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. [T.A. Aston Webb 
London. — Victoria 7133.] 

1637 *WEBB : MAURICE EVERETT, d.s.o., m.c. m.a. 
Cantab. (Sir Aston Webb & Son), Vice-President 
1927-29, Representative in London of the Australian 
Institute of Architects, and the New Zealand Institute 
of Architects, 19 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 
S.W.i. [Victoria 7153.] 


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Fellow. 

1925 

— 

192s 

— 

1926 

— 

1925 

— 

1921 

1911 

1924 

1908 

192s 

— 

1929 


192s 

1 90 1 

1911 

— 

1925 

— 

1925 

— 

1925 

1904 

1926 

1894 

1924 

1902 

1917 

1902 

1928 

1882 

1884 

1913 

— 

1921 

— 

1929 

1903 

1911 

1919 

1928 

1887 

1903 

— 

1908 

— 

1925 


Serial 

Number. 

2327 §Webber : Francis Sidney, 30 Lee Park, Blackheath, 

s.e 3 . 

2328§'||Webster : William Edmund Norman (Webster & 
Trower), ia New Road, Spalding, Lines. [Spalding 4.] 
2407 §Weekes : Joseph, County Architect’s Office, 88 College 
Street, Dumbarton. [Dumbarton 164.] 

2329 §Weightman : Frederick Norman, m.a. (Mauchlen & 
Weightman) ; 2 Coliingwood Street, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. [Newcastle Central 1010.] 

1835 §Weir : William May (Weir, Burrows & Weir), 17 

Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 0777.] 
i99°*t Welch : Herbert Arthur [Devon House, Turner 
Drive, Golders Green, N.W.11], 7 New Square, 
Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Holbom 2781-2782.] 

2232 [Welch : Roland [Hill House, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks], 
3 and 5 Maddox Street, W.i. [Mayfair 2404.] 

2701 Wellesley: Lord Gerald (Gerald Wellesley & Trenwith 
Wills), Ormonde House, North Gate, Regent’s Park, 
N.W.8. [Primrose Hill 0596.] 

2216 ||Wellman : Ernest James, 19 Falcon Court, 32 Fleet 
Street, E.C.4. 

1461 [Wells : Robert Douglas, m.a. Cantab. ; i8a St. Albans 

Road, Kensington, W. 

2180 jjWENYON : George Harry, 17 Bernard Street, Russell 
Square, W.C.i. 

2330§[|West: Archibald Buller, The Knowl, Abingdon, 
Berks. [Abingdon 146.] 

2265^!!|West : John George Timothy, The Knowl, Abingdon, 
Berks. [Abingdon 146.] 

2349 [Westwood : Percy James, 14 Buckingham Street, 
Adelphi, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 9023-4.] 

1991 [Wetenhall : Edward Box, fe.i. (Waring & Nicholson) ; 

38 Parliament Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 6504.] 

1615 [Wheeler : Christopher William Frederick, Greycote, 
Cornwall Road, Sutton, Surrey. 

2596 [Wheeler : Edwin Paul, Park Lodge, Park Road, Sutton, 

Surrey. 

343 Wheeler : Frederick, 3 Staple Inn, Holbom, W.C. 
1529 § Wheeler : Montague, m.a. Cantab. ; 22 Portman Street, 
W. [Mayfair 2046.] 

1836 §Whitburn : Henry Alfred [22 Surrey Street, W.C.2], 

Elm Croft, Claremont Avenue, Woking, Surrey. 

2679 §White : Frederick [9 Lyndale Avenue, Finchley Road, 
N.W.2.] 16 Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Square, 
W.i. [Paddington 3341, 3342 and 3343.] 

1462 [White : Horace, High Road, Loughton, Essex. 

[Loughton 34.] 

2597 [White : Theodore Hansford, 14A Cavendish Place, 

Cavendish Square, W.i. 

9i6*f[WHiTE : William Henry, 14A Cavendish Place, 
Cavendish Square, W. [Langham 1277.] 

1406 *Whitie : William Brown, 226 St. Vincent Street, 
Glasgow. [Glasgow* Central 462.] 

2056 [|Whiting : Frank Edward (Orphoot, "Whiting & Bryce), 
21 High Street, Bideford, Devon. [Bideford 190.] 



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— 1906 
1907 1926 

1904 1913 
1892 1923 

1891 1900 

1917 1927 

— 1906 

— 1925 

1907 1918 

— 1920 

1912 1920 

— 1912 

— 1925 

— 1921 


— 1929 

— 1919 

— 1905 

1906 1929 

1892 1920 

— 1900 

— 1925 
1908 1924 


Serial 

Number. 

1076 Whit well : Francis Albert, Ambleside, Westmorland. 
2438 JWickenden : Arthur Fred, f.s.i., a.m.inst.c.e. ; 

Professor of Architecture, Department of Architecture, 
Royal School of Engineering, Giza, Cairo, Egypt. 
1503 JWiddows : George Henry, County Education Offices, 
St. Mary’s Gate, Derby. 

1920 JWigfull : James Ragg [Inst. Medallist (Drawings) 
1894], 14 Parade Chambers, Sheffield. [Sheffield 

2607.] 

81 1 JWigglesworth : Herbert Hardy (Wigglesworth & 
Marshall MacKenzie), Knight of the Royal Order of 
Vasa, 7 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 

4205.] 

2501 JWightman : Thomas Blair Moncrieff, Queen Street, 
Brisbane, Australia. 

1200 * Wilkie : William Fleming, Craigower, St. Andrews, 
Fife. [Fife 148.] 

2057 HWilkins : Victor, 12 York Buildings, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

[Gerrard 6745.] 

1 63 5 Wilkinson : Professor Leslie [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 
1908, Arthur Cates Prizeman 1909], Hon. Secretary 
R.I.B.A. for Australia, The University, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

i692*§Wilkinson : Stephen, a.f.c. ; County Architect, 
Lancashire County Council, 16 Ribblesdale Place, 
Preston. [Preston 2121.] 

1686 JWillcocks : Conrad Birdwood (Willcocks & Green- 

away), 1 1 Friar Street, Reading. [Reading 644.] 
i488t§WiLLEY : Frederick, f.s.i., 34 Old Elvet, Durham. 
[Durham 147.] 

2058 |j Williams : Edward John, j.p., 13 New Street, Leicester. 

[Leicester Central 648.] 

1837 §WILLIAMS : RICHARD JOHN, President of the 
Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire 
Association of Architects, and Chairman of the North- 
amptonshire Branch, Parkstile Chambers, Market 
Street, Kettering. [Kettering 237.] 

2651 Williams-Ellis : Major Bertram Clough, m.c., j.p. ; 

Romney’s House, Hollvbush Hill, Hampstead, N.W.3. 
1646 §Williamson : Walter, City Architect, Town Hall, 
Bradford. 

1031 Williamson: William, Royal Bank Buildings. Kirk- 
caldy, Scotland. [Kirkcaldy 163.] 

2670 JW iLL.MOTT : Edmund Charles Morgan [150 Regent 
Street, W.i.— Regent 3172] ; 27 Park Place, Cardiff. 
[Cardiff 3766.] 

1687 J Wills : Frank Reginald Gould, 5 Salters’ Hall Court 

Cannon Street, E.C.4. [City 9836.] 

813 ‘Wills : Sir Frank William, rav.a. (Frank W. Wills & 
So RS ) y J 5 Orchard Street, Bristol. [Bristol 1726 ] 

2059 !! Wills : Frederick John, 62 Oxford Street, W 1 

[Museum 1762.] 

1970 JWills : Gerald Berkeley, m.c. [Wolmer Cottage, 
Marlow Common, Bucks] ; 7 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C.2. [Holbom 5287.] 


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1887 

Fellow. 

1913 

1919 

1928 

— 

1926 

— 

1929 

1910 

1923 

— 

1926 

— 

1913 

1923 

1925 

— 

1927 

1902 

1922 


1893 

to 

1916, 

1923 

1921 

1881 

1905 

1889 

1905 

— 

1921 

— 

1925 

1895 

1914 

— 

1906 

— 

1927 

1900 

1914 

192s 

1902 

1923 

1909 

1920 


St rial 
Number. 

i492*JWills : Herbert Winkler (Wills & Kaula), [R.I.B.A. 

Donaldson Medallist 1884-85], 22 Southampton Street, 
Bloomsbury, W.C. [Holborn 0186.] 

2638 {Wilsdon : Percy Thomas (North, Robin & Wilsdon), 
Townsend House, Greycoat Place, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 3322.] 

2335 I [Wilson : Allen, 18 Milan Court, Kerk Street, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

2697! ! [Wilson : Major Frederick Candelent, South Indian 
Railway Co., Ltd., Trichinopoly, South India. 

1941 {Wilson : Geoffrey Cecil (Tatchell & Wilson), Bank 
Chambers, 32 Strand, W.C. 2. [Temple Bar 4726.] 

2413 Wilson : George Leopold, Messrs. Palmer & Turner, 
1 Canton Road, Shanghai, China. 

1530 § Wilson : John, f. r.s. Edinburgh ; 125 George Street, 
Edinburgh. 

2000 { Wilson : John Goddard, Hotel Regina, Le Puy, 
Haute Loire, France. 

247i§||Wilson : John Wilfred [“ Kelmscott,” Hill Village 
Road, Four Oaks, Warwickshire], 35 Paradise Street, 
Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 3330.] 

1 872*]: Wilson : Robert Gordon, jun. (Wilson & Walker, 375 
Union Street, Aberdeen. — Aberdeen 231), 116 Queen’s 
Road, Aberdeen. 

\ 692 * Wilson : T. Butler, 6 Hillary Place, Leeds. 


1838 §Wilson : Thomas Millwood, 4 Staple Inn, W.C.i. 

[Holborn 1394.] 

994 Wilson : William Gilmour (W. G. Wilson & Son), 
56 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 
3944 -] 

995*1 Wimperis : Edmund Walter (Wimperis, Simpson & 
Guthrie), 61 South Mol ton Street, W.i. [T.A. 
Wimpelstok London. — Mayfair 3413.] 

1839 §Windsor : Frank, Station House, 134 George Street, 

Croydon. [Croydon 2365.] 

2267 5 [Winmill : Charles Canning, 2 Eliot Place, Blackheath, 
S.E.3. [Lee Green 1783.] 

1533 {Wise : Henry James [49 South Molton Street, W. — 
Mayfair 4346], Newton Blossomville, Buckingham- 
shire. [Turvey 30.] 

1203 Withers : George Edward, 50 Cannon Street, E.C.4. 
[City 6976.] 

2490 Wittet : John, Torr House, Elgin. 

807 Wolstenholme : Harry Vernon [Royal Liver Building, 
Pier Head, Liverpool], Wood End, Billinge, Blackburn. 
2246 {Wood : Arthur Jackson, Halifax Chambers, 18 New 
Street, Leicester. [Leicester 2805.] 

1942 {Wood : Douglas, osj, (Mil.), f.s.i. [“ Hawthorn- 
dene,” Gordon Avenue, Stanmore, Middlesex] ; 35 
Craven Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 1621.] 

1716 {Wood : Ernest Marshall, The Cross Farm, Ninfield 
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Assoc. 

Fellow. 

1906 

1906 

1914 

— 

1893 

1888 

1906 

1910 

1926 

1910 

1925 

1921 

1923 

1890 

1906 

— 

1906 

1919 

1927 

1914 

1890 

1905 

— 

1903 

1929 

— 

1925 

1900 

1910 

1885 

1914 

1920 

1927 

1873 

1885 

— 

1925 


'Jumbcr. 

1126 Wood : William Henry, 4 Cloth Market, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 

1557 JWoodeson : Austin, f.s.i. ; Public Works Office, 
Colombo, Ceylon. 

693 # Woodhouse : John Henry, 43 School Lane, Heaton 
Chapel, Manchester. 

1077 JWoodroffe : Walter Henry (W. H. Woodroffe & Son), 

5 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 7881.] 

2383 [Woods : Frank, 3 High Street, Maidenhead, Berks. 
[Maidenhead 477.] 

2247*J Woollatt : John (Evans, Clark & Woollatt), Eldon Cham- 
bers, Wheeler Gate, Nottingham. [Nottingham 180.] 
1908 [Wornum : George Grey, Blue Ball Yard, 64 St. James’s 
Street, S.W.i. [Gerrard 4146.] 

I205*[WORTHINGTON : PERCY ScOTT, M.A.O XOtl., Litt.D., 
F.S.A., Vice-President 1926-27 [R.I.B.A. Donaldson 
Medallist 1888-89 ; Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1889] ; 
178 Oxford Road, Manchester. [Manchester City 765.] 
mi Wright: Capt. Henry Thomas, 13 Brunswick Place, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 6117.] 
2537 t Wynne- Jones : Neville, Public Works Dept., Ceylon. 
1562 § Wynnes : James Claiming, m.b.e. ; H. B. M. Office of 
W’orks, British Embassy, Tokyo, Japan. 

1033 [Yeates : Alfred Bowman, f.s.a. ; 18 Maddox Street, 
W. [Mayfair 1975.] 

899 Yeomans : Arthur William, Chard, Somerset. 
2683**Terbury : John Edwin, 429 Strand, W.C.2. [T.A. 

Onsets, London. — Gerrard 6161.] 

2174 HYorke: Francis Walter Bagn.all, Queen’s College, Para- 
dise Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 3732.] 
1442 I Young : Clyde Francis, 6 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, 
W.C.2. [Holbom 1772.] 

1 541 *[ Young : George Penrose Kennedy, j.p. (G. P. K. 

Young & Son), [Union Mount, Perth] ; 42 Tay 
Street, Perth, Scotland. [Perth 20.] 

2502 [Young : James Reid (Young & Mackenzie), 143-145 
Scottish Provident Buildings, Belfast. [Belfast 1491.] 
356 Young : Keith Downes (Young & Hall), 17 Southamp- 
ton Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.i. [Holbom 3518.] 

2217 KYoung : William Gray, 217 Lambton Quay Wellington, 
New Zealand. 

Total number of Fellows : 1,547. 


FELLOWS RETIRED FROM PRACTICE. 

[NON-SUBSCRIBING CLASS.] 

Any Fellow who has been a member for not less t lan thirty years, and has retired from practice mav 
•abject to the approval of the Council, be transferred without election to the non-subscribing Class of 
“ Retired Fellows of the Royal Institute ” ; and in such case his interest in, or claim against the orooertv 
of the Royal Institute shall ceaw. A Retired Fellow shall be entitled to be present at, and to take oart in 
the discussions on any subject brought before the Meetings, but shall not be entitled to vote —Extract from 
tk t Bye-laws. 

Assoc. Fellow. Retired. 

1876 1886 1925 * Adams : Maurice Bingham, Edenhurst, Marlborough 
Crescent, Bedford Park, Chiswick, W. 


Retired Fellows 


I5i 

Assoc. Fellow. Retired. 

1884 1928 1928 Addenbrooke : Lieut.-Col. Joseph Saunders, o.b.e. ; 

13 Cluny Place, Edinburgh. 

1907 1920 1927 Agutter : Thomas Charles, 51 Lee Park, Blackheath, 

S.E.3. 

1874 I S9i 1906 Allen : Theophilus, “ Stanyards,” Chobham, Surrey. 

1879 1905 1923 Bailey : Frederick Edward Fellows, Bridge Street, 

Walsall. 

— 1892 1929 Baines : George, 121 Victoria Street, Westminster, 

S.W.i. 

1886 1923 1923 Birkett : Isaiah Robert Edmondson, “Fern Lea,” 

25 Clyde Road, West Didsbury, Manchester. 

1882 1890 1923 Bourchier : Edward Herbert, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; Furze 

Reeds, Midhurst. 

1888 1919 1923 Bridges : Lieut.-Col. Edward James, r.e., o.b.e. ; 

34 Fowler’s Road, Salisbury. 

1883 1905 1923 Brodie : Charles Henry, 5 Park Lane Mansions, 

Croydon. 

1888 1897 1917 Charlewood : Henry Clement, 12 Oak Hill Road, 

Beckenham, Kent. 

— 1889 1920 Clifton : James Edward, Northbrook, Swanage, Dorset. 

1873 1886 1925 Conder : Alfred, f.s.i. ; 52 Shepherds Hill, Highgate, 

N.6. 

1865 1914 1915 Davis .- J. Stacey, 17 Hartley Avenue, Plymouth 

1880 1886 1922 Edwards : George, j.p. ; 180 Piccadilly, W.i. 

— 1886 1916 Ellis : John Symons Endacott. 

1877 1892 1927 Fairley : James Graham, 47 Abercom Terrace, Porto- 

bello, Scotland. 

1888 1904 1925 Hall : Charles Richard Guy, Alma House, Stratford 

Road, Kensington, W. 

— 1891 1927 Hansell : Alexander Nelson, Yamano Cottage, Boule- 

vard de Belgique, Monaco. 

1874 1880 19x3 Hesketh : Robert Lempriere, “ Ringley Mead,” 

Paignton, South Devon. 

— 1888 1926 Hewetson : Edward, Honey Lane Cottage, Burley, 

Hants. 

1882 1893 1928 Hewitt : Edward, “ The Plateau,” Canford Cliffs, 

Bournemouth W. 

r8go 1926 1927 Hill : Henry Leonard Gauntlett, o.b.e. ; Donhead 

Cottage, Donhead, Shaftesbury. 

1886 1928 1928 Hirst : Henry Cecil Montague, 36 Henleaze Gardens, 

Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 

1895 1895 1929 *Hubbard : George, f.s.a. ; Vice-President 1912-15, 

1922-23 ; 27 West Park, Eltham, S.E.9. [Eltham 

10x3.3 

1888 1895 1917 Huntly-Gordon : Herbert. 

— 1888 1929 Hynes : Samuel Francis, 5 South Mall, Cork. 

— 1886 1917 Inskip : George Charles, 8 Burnett Street, St. Hilda, 

Melbourne, Australia. 



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1888 

1878 


1885 


1877 

1881 

1888 

1888 


1879 

1881 

1882 

1888 

1878 

1882 

1883 

1889 

1893 

1895 

1879 
1881 


Fellow. 

1891 

1901 
1906 

1896 
1921 

1880 

1892 

1891 

1897 
1912 

1890 

1906 

1894 

1889 

1893 

1890 

1891 

1907 
1906 

1889 

1890 

1892 

1902 

1909 

1916 

1890 

1905 


1923 Knowles: William Henry, f.s.a. ; Chesfield, Abbey 

Road, Malvern. 

1924 Lechmere-Oertel : Frederick Oscar, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 

258 Kingston Road, Hampton Wick. 

1921 Lohr : Charles Henry, “ Abbotsdene,” 81 Bray- 
brooke Road, Hastings. 

1929 Mee : Frank Walter, The Manor House, Lymm, 
Cheshire. 

1927 *Millard : Walter John Nash [ Pugin Student 1879], 
Fronwylfa, Welshpool. 

1926 Newcombe : William Lister, 23 Eldon Square, New- 

casde-upon-Tyne . 

1927 Newman : Samuel James, 8 Finchley Avenue, Church 

End, Finchley, N.3. 

1910 Peter : Otho Bathurst, The Walk, Launceston, 
Cornwall. 

1915 Pinckney : Alfred Baskett, M.A.Cantab. ; Bathford, 
Somerset. 

1921 Pott : Walter, o.b.e. ; One Oak, Wishing Tree Road, 
Hollington, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

1921 Shaw : Stephen, 45 Highgate, Kendal. 

1923 Sirr : Harry [Inst. Medallist (Essays) 1883], Marlesford, 

Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

1927 Smithem : Charles James, i Laurence Pountney Hill, 
Cannon Street, E.C.4. 

1918 Stansfield-Broun : John, The Flail. Wem, Salop. 

1926 Stevens : Thomas, 64 Princess Road, Bournemouth W. 

1913 Stokes : Walter, The Albany Hotel, Hastings. 

1924 *Street : Arthur Edmund, M.A.Oxon. ; 12 Somerset 

Place, Bath. 

1927 Sturdy : Francis John, Surinam, Snaresbrook, Essex. 

1927 Sykes: Arthur [ Soane Medallist 1889], “ Wykeham,” 

Wash Lane, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex. 

1915 Taylor : Sir Andrew Thomas, j.p., fs.a., r.c.a. r Inst . 

Medallist ( Essays ) 1874 and 1881] ; 21 Lyndhurst Road. 
Hampstead, N.W. 

1923 *Thorp : William Henry [Class of Proficiency 1881, 

Vol. Arch. Exam.] , 2 1 RichmondTerrace, Clifton, Bristol. 

1914 T omalin : Herbert Frederick, m.inst.c.e., f.g.s. ; 

Waynflete, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. 

1924 Tulloch : Frederick Henry, “ Silver Hill,” 25 St. 

Albans Avenue, Bournemouth. 

1923 Waterhouse : Percy Leslie, M.A.Cantab. ; Shotover, 
College Avenue, Epsom. 

1928 *Watkins : Harry Garnham, 164 Derby Road, 

Nottingham. 

1927 Webb : George William, j.p. ; Berkeley Cottage, 
1 19 Castle Hill, Reading. 

1927 Woodrow: Ernest Augustus Eckett, Way Cottage 
Church Way, Whetstone, N.20 " 0 ’ 

Total number of Retired Fellows : 55. 


Retired Fellows 


153 


RETIRED MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

(admitted to r.i.b.a. 1925.) 

Retired Members of the Society not already Retired Fellows of the Royal Institute shall become entitled to 
all the privileges of Retired Fellows of the Royal Institute. — [Extract frt m the Supplemental Charter, 1925.] 

Elected. Retired. 

1894 1923 ||Aburrow : Charles, m.inst.c.e. ; The Glyn, Layter’s Way, 

Gerrard’s Cross, Bucks. 

1885 1908 ||Baldwin : Frank, 69 Fortis Green Avenue, N.2. 

1893 1924 ||Beswick : Robert James, 10 Victoria Road, Swindon. 

1896 1918 ||Cawley : Joseph, Bull Ring, Northwich, Cheshire. 

1891 1924 IICollins: Charles Dempster, “ Woodroyd,” Ashtead, Surrey. 

1887 1913 HCrease : William Henry, 140 Hurst Street, Iffley Road, 

Oxford. 

1899 1923 ||Edwards : Robert Cromwell, 12 Fairfield Avenue, Staines, 
Middlesex. 

1886 1914 ||Elford : John, f.s.i. ; “ Eastlea,” Wimbome Road, Poole, 

Dorset. 

1884 1925 ||Grant : William Leonard, Sittingboume. 

1912 1923 ||Hackett : John Josephus, “ Brooklands,” Trinity Hill. Jersty. 

1911 1923 ||Hall : (Miss) Annie, “ Ridgecroft,” Ridgeway Road, Redhill, 

Surrey. 

1887 1919 ||Hamilton : Edwin James, 13 Wellington Road, Brighton. 

1887 1919 ||Higgins : Colonel Charles Joseph, v.d. ; c/o Barclay’s Bank, 

170 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3. 

1884 1923 HJackson : Samuel. 

189O 1920 HJames : Samuel Thurley Thomas, “ Thornton,” 10 Beulah 

Hill, Upper Norwood, S.E.19. 

1907 1923 UKatrak : Navroji Hormasji, a.m.inst.c.e. ; Coover Mansions, 

Harvey Road, Post Grant Road, Bombay, India. 

1903 1914 HLaycock : The Ven. Edward Penard, Archdeacon of Columbia, 

Synod Office, Memorial Hall, 912 Vancouver Street, Victoria, 
British Columbia, Canada. 

1903 1919 I'McDonald : John Stuart, Egmont, St. James’s Lane, 
Winchester. 

1884 1928 UMarsland : Ellis, St. David’s, Painswick, Glos. 

1896 1920 ||Misselbrook : George Thomas, 159 Lyndhurst Road, 

Worthing, Sussex. 

1910 1923 ||Prior : Percy Douglas, Oldfield Lodge, Melton Mowbray. 

I 9°3 1913 IIQuy : Frederick, Italy Farm, Surbiton, Cape Province, South 

. Africa. 

1908) 1924 URutter : Charles Daniel, Wayside Cottage, Watery Lane, 
1921 1 Merton Park, S.W.20. 




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Elected. Retired. 

1884 1916 ||Saunders : Theodore R., f.s.i., a.m.inst.c.e. ; The Rugen, 

Ventnor, Isle of Wight. 

1911 \ 1923 ||Sharman : John Melfort, 67 Forest Road, Loughborough. 

I920F) 

1888 1907 ||Shelbourne : Michael, “ Orchardene,” Silver Hill, St. 

Leonards-on-Sea . 

1891 1924 USmith : John William, 15 Cressy Road, Roath Park, Cardiff. 

1884 1916 ||Stoner : Alfred, f.s.i. ; Boston House, 63-64 New Broad 

Street, E.C.2. 


1884 1907 UTarte : F. W. Kinneir, Narrabeen, near Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

1906 1916 UTilley : Arthur Leonard Taylor, “ The Chestnuts,” 

Dorchester, Dorset. 


1884I 1923 

1923) 


HWhitbread : Richard, 6 The Meadow Way, Weald Village, 
Harrow, Middlesex. 

Total number of Retired Members of the Society ot Architects : 31. 


ASSOCIATES (A.R.I.B.A.) 


Associates shall be persons engaged in the study or practice of Architecture, who have attained the 
age of twenty-one years. From the date of this Our Charter [28 March 1887] evepr person desiring to be 
adm itted an Associate shall be required to pass or to have passed such Examination or Examinations as 
may be directed by the Royal Institute .— [Extract from the Charter.] 

Subject to the Bye-laws for the time being the Council shall formulate and from time to time alter and 
amend a scheme or curriculum for education m architecture . . . and (subject to such exemptions as may 
be allowed by or in accordance with the Bye-laws) the Council may require candidates for admission to the 
Final Examination for Associateship of the Royal Institute to have passed through a course of study under 
or in accordance with such scheme or curriculum and to have passed such examinations in relation to the 
subjects comprised in that course of study as shall from time to time be prescribed by or in accordance with 
the Bye-laws. — [Extract from the Supplemental Charter , 1925.] 


Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1907 1754 JAbel : Archie James Thomas, Bronwydd, Durrington Park 

Road, West Wimbledon, S.W.20. 

1920 2925 JAckroyd : Samuel William [47 Gerda Road, New Eltham, 
Kent], Commonwealth Buildings, Albion Road, Woolwich, 
S.E.18. [Woolwich 1201.] 


1911 

1913 

1921 

1925 

1918 

1920 

1906 

1920 

1902 


2139 4 Adam : Alexander, Dip.ARCH.Glas. (Duncan & Copland) ; 

160 Hope Street, Glasgow [Glasgow Douglas 1422.] ; and 
1 Bushes Avenue, Paisley. 

2414 JAdams : Edward, c 'o Harry S. Fairhurst, Esq., Lombard 
Chambers, Brown Street, Manchester. 

3263 JAdams : Ernest Harry, c.'o Messrs. Algar & Co. Ltd., e Hone- 
Kong Road, Shanghai, China. 

3 808 J I! Adams : William Henry, Council Offices, Bolton-upon- 
Dearne, near Rotherham. 

2637 JAdams : William Naseby, Dip.ARcn.Liverpool ; 14 Ladbroke 
Grove, W . [Park 2857.] 

JAddey : Frederick Arnold, p.a.s.i. ; 8 Victoria Mansions, 
Queen s Club Gardens, W.14 

tA fi D eld ON Staffs RTHUR W,LLMOrr ’ Burton Road, Streethay, Lich- 

2852 JAddison : Joseph, m.c nip.ARCH.Abdn. ; Head of School of 
Architecture, Leeds College of Art, Vernon Street Leeds 
1407 IAdshead = Charles Thomas (Adshead, Topham & Adshead) 

,4 SL 


2926 

1648 


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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1925 3826 JAimeb : Kenneth Walter, 423 N.Z. Insurance Buildings, 

Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1910 2037 JAinsworth : John Cooper, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; Gatesgarth, 

Chantry View Road, Guildford, Surrey. 

1911 2192 JAird : James Albert, r Belmont Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1926 3943 JAlabaster : John Richard, Univ. Lond. School Diploma 

[R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1923-24] ; 22 Arica Road, 
Brockley, S.E.4. 

1929 4310 JAlexander: Andrew Gordon (S. H. Loweth & A. G. 

Alexander), n Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 3209.] 

1928 4221 JAlexander: (Miss) Ellen Baker, “Ridgefield,” North Hill 

Road, Headingley, Leeds. 

1926 3967 JAlexander : Richard Rennie, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; 38 Lilybank 

Place, Aberdeen. 

1923 3703 JAlexander : Thomas MacKelvie, f.s.i. ; 6 Prince Alfred 

Road, Wavertree, Liverpool. 

1922 3491 JAlexander : Walter, DiP.ARCH.Glas. ; c/o Imperial Bank of 

India, 4 Strand Road, Calcutta, India. [Calcutta 4330.] 
1926 3903 JAli : Syed Aziz, a.a. Diploma ; New Lane, Hyderabad-Deccan, 

India. 

1919 2709 JAlison : Walter, The Croft, Dysart, Fife. 

1901 1378 JAllberry : Harry [Craigmore, Greystones, Co. Wicklow], 

Office of Public Works, Dublin. 

1925 3827 JAllcorn : William John, “ The Pinnacles,” Shipbourne, near 

Tonbridge, Kent. 

1921 3191 JAllderidge : Charles Donald, d.s.o. ; 15 Bowlalley Lane, 

Hull. 

1912 2312 JAllen : Albert George Westerman, 8 Lidgett Park Avenue, 

Roundhay, Leeds. 

1926 3944 JAllen : Alfred Maxwell, a. a. Diploma ; Nortons, Lingfield, 

Surrey. 

1922 3492 JAllen: Charles William, 116 Mansfield Road, Nottingham. 

1929 4295 JAllen : Ernest Cecil Porter, a.a. D iploma [Grissell 

Gold Medallist 1927] ; 6 Belsize Square, Hampstead, 

N.W.3. 

1900 1306 JAllen : Francis Henry, 26 Abington Street, Northampton. 

1922 3379 JAllen : Joseph Stanley, B.ARCH.Liverpool (Allen & Silcock) ; 

Dominion Building, 28 Brunswick Street, Liverpool. [Liver- 
pool Central 2943.] 

1912 2313 JAllen: Newstead Adams, mus.bac. ; 73 de Breslay Avenue, 

Pointe Claire, Province Quebec, Canada. 

1893 959 JAllen: Theophilus Arthur, Littlemead, Wanborough, Surrey. 

1922 3380 JAllison : Frederick William Harforth, “ Southlands,” 

Hetton Road, Oakwood, Leeds. 

1922 3381 JAllsford : Ernest Harold, 102 Sutherland Grove, South- 

fields, S.W.18. 

1920 2928 JAllum : Stanley Charles, 16 West Heath Drive, Golders 

Green, N.W.n. 

1926 3904 JAlsop : George Hatherley (J. Plottel, Bunnett & Alsop), 31 

Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. [Melbourne 
Central 5736.] 

1922 3467 JAlward : William Wallace, m.arch. (Alward & Gillies, 1 

Market Square, St. John, N.B., Canada) ; 84 Burpee Avenue, 
St. John, N.B., Canada. 



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1905 

1927 

1905 

1896 

1894 

1914 

1925 

1922 

1913 

1922 

1911 
1890 

1926 

1912 

1919 

1927 
1910 
1921 

1920 

1928 

1916 

1907 

1919 

1924 

1926 

1909 

1925 


Serial 

Number. 

1594 JAmery : Thomas Ford, 3 Helena Court, Highlands Gardens, 

St. Leonards. 

4097 JAmos : Pierre Charles (L. A. Amos & P. C. Amos), 1414 

Crescent Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1595 J Anderson : Douglas, f.s.i. [181 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.] ; 

5 Albert Studios, S.W.n. [Central 8477.] 

1162 J Anderson : Henry Wheeler, Ashenden House, Plaxtol, 
Sevenoaks, Kent. [Plaxtol 20.] 

1057 t Anderson : John, 2 Dungarvan Avenue, Putney, S.W. 

2517 JAnderton : Richard [18 Winckley Street, Preston], 6 Kenil- 
worth Gardens, S.S., Blackpool. [Blackpool 1186.] 

3828 % Andrews : Claude Evrard ' Aldington, b.sc. (Francis B. 

Andrews & Son) [29 Greenhill Road, Moseley, Birmingham] ; 
95 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 5413.] 
3468 I Andrews : Cyril Douglas, 63 Kingsway, Ponders End, 
Middlesex. 

*365 ^Andrews : Percy Maguire [63 Wellesley Avenue, I ver, Bucks], 
9 Newcomen Street, London Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 5585.] 
3493 JAncus r Andrew Edward, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; 450 St. Patrick 
Square. Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. 

2202 J Angus : Laurence Mortimer, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; 70 Blake- 
mere Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts. [ Welwyn Garden 570.] 
825 JAnscombe : Arthur Edward, Vaughan Road, Harpenden, 
Herts. 

3968 JApps : Leslie Mason, The Nest, Sutton Valence, near Maid- 
stone, Kent. 

2300 J Archer : Herbert Humbley, p.a.s.i. ; Clifton Private Hotel, 

6 and 7 Promenade, Southport. 

2757 JArcher : Howard Dennes (Hurle Bath, Cobb & Archer) 
P.O. Box 58, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa; and at 
Mombasa ; and Dar-es-Salaam, East Africa. 

4098 J Arm itage : Harold Marshall Armitage, 43 Blenheim 

Crescent, W.11. 

2085 X Armstrong : Colvin Tyler, Scotland Street Stoke-bv- 
Navland, Suffolk. ’ y 

3264 J Armstrong : Edward Joseph (Coussmaker & Armstrong 
Central Chambers, High Street, Burton-on-Trent. [Burton 2 f 1 
2853 J Armstrong : Edward William [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 

Ta\-a < 8 C/ ° The Arctoc «ural Association, 34 

Bedford Square, W.C. 1. 

4222 J Armstrong : Frederick Bertram, 2 King’s Gardens Hove 
Sussex. ’ ’ 

2615 * Armstrong : John Ramsay, Estate Office, Boumville, Birming- 

1755 J Armstrong : Walter Thom,as, i Slvne Road T 
27 f lf OLD '■ Ravmond Charles, 288 Perth Road ’ifford Sex 
3761 JArthur : Professor Eric Ross, b .arch. Liverpool ; The Deoart- 
ment of Architecture, University of Toronto, Toronto CanadI 
3 , 6 , 1* ^=^ -. Abercromby, Allerton, W3 r“ * 

■’ ,2 '90*1 07 Bridge 

3803 JAshburner : Edward Heathcott b arch T ii^mnoi rr> t t> a 
All„d Bomm Siker P 

Crookesmoor Road, Sheffield. * a I92 ^J » 559 




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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1920 2929 [Ashenden : Harold Campbell, m.c., f.s.i. ; Ventnor House, 
Canterbury. 

1928 4223 [ Ashford : Tolson Murray [ Pugin Student 1927] (Ashford & 

Jordan), Grand Chambers, 146 Corporation Street, Birming- 
ham. [Birmingham Central 7529.] 

1894 10 1 1 Ashford : William Henry, 3 Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Central 6782.] 

1920 2930 [Ashman: Herbert William, Peninnis, Avenue South, Surbiton. 

[Kingston 1932.] 

1893 973 [ Ashworth : Clarke, Dome Buildings, Richmond, Surrey. 

[Richmond 1356.] 

1920 2931 | Asi.in : Charles Herbert, Borough Architect, Municipal 

Offices, Babbington Lane, Derby. 

1929 4311 [ Aspland : Arthur, b.arch. Liverpool ; 28 Talgarth Mansions, 

Barons Court, W.14. 

1925 3829 [Astbury : Frank Nicholas, b.arch. Liverpool ; c/o Common- 

wealth Fund Fellows, 1 East 57th Street, New York City, 
U.S.A. 

1919 2759 [Atchison : Harold Percy Reynolds [ii New Court, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C.2 — Holbom 1865], 307 Trinity Road, Wandsworth 
Common, S.W.18. [Battersea 5403.] 

1921 3265 [Atkin-Berry : Henry Gordon, m.c. ; 9 Colonnade, Russell 

Square, W.C.i. 

1907 1756 [ Attlee : Thomas Simons, M.A.Oxon. \Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 

1914] ; Leorv Croft, Perranwell Station. Cornwall. 

1921 3266 [Auld : Alexander Cosmo Smith [89 New Oxford Street, 

W.C.i — Museum 8186], “ Glenshee,” 44 Norman Road, 
Cheam, Surrey. [Sutton 3291.] 

1927 4099 [Austin : Cecil Bramston, 302 Green Lane, Ilford, Essex. 

1922 3494 [Austin : Leslie Magnus, a.r.c.a. ; Maplan Cottage, 214 

Vicarage Farm Road, Heston, Middlesex. 

1897 1224 [Austin : Rupert Claude, 56 Blythe Road, W.14. 

1910 2040 [Auty : Josiah, 44 South Street, Chichester [Chichester 266] ; 

and 16 Queen Street, Emsworth. [Emsworth 136.] 

1926 3959[ ! Avery : Harold Graves, 239 Rectory Road, Little Thurrock, 

Grays, Essex. 

1929 4312 [Ayerst : Charles Thomas, 23 Oakley Square, N.W.i. 

1911 ) 2194 [Ayre : David Wickham, Roscrea, Knowle Green, Staines, 

to f Middlesex. 

>923 t 
1926 ) 

1914 2539 [Back : Albert Frederick, “Arden Craig,’’ 27 Highfield Road, 
Purley, Surrey. 

1922 3495 [Backw ay : Gerald Henry, “ Sunnyside,” Spencer Road, 

Wandsworth Common, S.W.18. 

1894 1020 [Bacon : Roger Francis, P.O. Box 42, Blenheim, New 

Zealand. 

1918 2638*[Bagenal : Hope, d.c.m. [Godwin and Wimperis Bursar 1929] ; 
34 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1921 3267 [Bailey: Clarence Howard, “Maitland,” Hildaville Drive, 

Westcl iff-on-Sea . 

1922 3496 [Baillie : William, Park Drive S., Scotstoun, Glasgow. 

1925 3830 [Baily : Bruce William Seymour Stiles, i Effingham House, 

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4096HIBAKER : Charles Henry, Ministry of Health, Whitehall, S.W.i. 
924 JBaker : Charles William [Hillhead, Duke’s Avenue, New 
Malden, Surrey], 13 South Square, Gray’s Inn, W.C. 

1353 JBall : Theophilus Bradford (Ball & Pope) [Teviotdale, 
Clarence Park, Weston-super-Mare], 30 West Street, 
Weston-super-Mare. [Weston-super-Mare 705.] 

3497 JBall : Walter Frederick, 37 Argyll Road, Westcliff-on-Sea. 

3498 JBall : William Arthur Cessford, 17 Fairfield Road, Croydon. 
1565 JBall : William John, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; Sunnyside Terrace, 

Rooms Lane, Morley, near Leeds. 

1513 JBallantyne : Cedric Heise, 418 Collins Street, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia. 

1650 JBallardie : James Hutcheson de Caynoth (Sudlow, Ballardie 
& Thompson), 7 Old Court House Street, Calcutta, India. 
3192 JBalmer : Stanley, 2 Lysons Walk, Putney, S.W.15. 

2582 JBalsara : Pherozshah Fardoonji, c/o Messrs. Thos. Cook & 
Son, Bombay, India. 

1695 JBamford : Dennis, Knowle 3, Champion Hill, S.E.5. 

1352 JBanfield : Ernest William, 28 Mortimer Street, Regent 
Street, W.r. [Museum 0173.] 

4100 J Banks : Arthur Vivian, St. Helier’s, 7 Bassaleg Road, Newport, 
Mon. 


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| Banks : Percy Harold, p.a.s.i. ; 44 Sussex Square, Brighton, 
Sussex. 

J Bannister : Harry, “ River Bungalow,” Firs Lane, Winchmore 
Hill, N.21. 

J Barber : Cecil, Low Hill, Baildon, Yorkshire, 
j B arber : Richard Alfred, “ Stoneways,” Wilbury Avenue, 
Hove, Sussex. 

J Barefoot : Leslie (Cautlev & Barefoot), The Thoro’fare, 
Butter Market, Ipswich. [Ipswich 2046.] 

JB.arford : Thomas Quintus, 35 Royalist Road, Cremome, 
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 


JBargman : Robert Frederick, 76 South Street, Dorking 

J Barks : Edward Ernest, “ Winkfield,” Park Hill Road, Ewell, 
Surrey. 

J Barley : Francis Alfred, 50 Queen Anne’s Gate, S.W.i. 

J Barlow : Luke, Monton View, Eccles. 

J Barnard : Albert Edward, 73 Ocean Street South, Bondi, 
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

J Barnard : Charles Downing. 44 Colville Road. Levton E 10 

X Barnard : Harold Thomas Benjamin [35 Earl Street, Maid- 
stone, Kent— Maidstone 752]; 60 Gower Street, W.C.i. 
[Museum 9951.] 

J Barnes : Thomas Scott, A.A.Diploma (Harry Barnes & 
Partners); 18 Abingdon Street, Westminster, SWi 
[Victona 2794.] ' ' 

J Barnett : Percy William, 

Garston, Watford, Herts. 

| Barnett : Richard Reginald, ,, ™uu, rtC ton, vv. 3 . 

J Barnsley : Geoffrey Reynolds [Ashpitel Prizeman 1924], 
12 Attimore Close, Welwyn Garden City, Herts 

J Barr : John, Gordon Road, Lindfield, New South Wales 

J Barrett : Lionel Newman, 6 Vere Street W. 

J Barrett : Walter, 123 Manchester Road, ’Bury, Lancs. 


Building Research Station, 
13 Grafton Road, Acton, W.3. 

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Elected. Number. 

1926 3971 [Barrington-Baker : James, Grove Lodge, Finchley, N.3. 
[Finchley 0558.] 

1913 2366 [Barrow : John William, c/o Messrs. Palmer & Turner, 

Architects, Shanghai, China. 

1915 2561 [Barrow : .Thomas Henry, m.c. ; 105 Grove Lane, Denmark 

Hill, S.E.5. [Brixton 2621.] 

1918 2639 [Barrowcliff : Arnold Montague, m.c., B.A.Lond. ; Town 

Hall Chambers, Loughborough, Leicestershire. 

1921 3244 [Barry : Caryl Arthur Ransome (Charles Barry & Son), 

Parliament Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W.r. [Victoria 1599.] 
1878 164 Barry : Charles Edward (Charles Barry & Son), Parliament 

Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 1599.] 

1909 1962 [Bartholomew : Benjamin Vincent (Chick & Bartholomew), 

100 Club Arcade, Smith Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 
[Durban 1861.] 

1922 3383 [Bartlett : Percy James [Architect, Messrs. Boots, Ltd., 

Station Street, Nottingham], St. Anne’s, 67 Davies Road, 
West Bridgford, Notts. 

1920 2855 [Bartley : Alva Martin, 61-62 Brunswick Buildings, Queen 

Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1923 3645 [Barton : Frank James (Coles & Barton), “ Keiston,” 

Batheaston, Bath; and Radstock, Somerset. [Radstock 19.] 
1928 4171 [Barton : Harry Austin, “ Lockworth,” Osborne Road, 
South Famborough, Hants. 

1926 3972 [Barton : Herbert Leslie, b.arch. L iverpool ; 14 Devonshire 

Road, Princes Park, Liverpool. [Liverpool Royal 1440.] 

19x4 2448 [Baskerville : John Allbut, West End, Kemsing, Kent. 

1890 789 [Bassett : Gilbert Thomas, 13 North Parade, Aberystwyth, 

S. Wales. 

1915 2563 [Basta : Habib, a.m.inst.c.e. ; State Buildings, Cairo, Egypt. 
1922 3374 [Basto : Antonio Hermenegildo de Senna Fernandes (Raven 
& Basto) [37 Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong], Prince’s 
Building, Des Vceux Road Central, Hong Kong. [Hong 
Kong Central 1164.] 

1910 2120 [Batalha-Reis : Victor Cinatti, 71 High Street, Southampton. 

1921 3270 [Bateman : Robert Wallace, m.c., B.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; ' 35 

Acomb Street, Manchester, S.W. 

1919 2762 [Bates : Cyril Francis (F. R. Bates & Son), Tredegar Chambers, 

78 Bridge Street, Newport, Mon. [Newport 3619.] 

1927 4101 [Bates : Jonathan Harold Medhurst, Adey Field, Hemel 

Hempstead, Herts. 

1896 1209 [Bateson: James Wrightson, 27 Rundell Crescent, Hendon, N.W. 

1924 3735 [Bath: Horace Randolph Hurle (Hurle Bath, Cobb & Archer), 

P.O. Box 58, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa, and at 
Mombasa, and Dar-es-Salaam, East Africa. 

1922 3501 [Bathurst : Leslie John [R.I.B.A. Howard Colls Student 1920] ; 

48 Cascade Avenue, Musw'ell Hill, N.io. 

1904 1567 [Batley : Professor Claude (Gregson, Batley & King), Chartered 

Bank Building, Esplanade Road, Fort, Bombay, India. 
[Bombay 20345.] 

1920 2932 [Battiscombe : Humphrey, Beverley, Orpington, Kent. 

1903 1518 [Battley : Henry Arthur, Engineer’s Office, Southern Railway, 

Waterloo Station, S.E.i. 

1921 3271 [Batty: John [51 Swinburne Road, Putney, S.W. 15] ; 142-3 

Minories, E.C.3. [Royal 4593-1 



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1920 3067 J Batty : William Arnold, m.c. ; 4 The Serpentine, Grassen- 

dale, Liverpool. 

1921 3272 JBatzer : Albert Edward, f.s. 1. ; 36 Ebury Street, Eaton Square, 

S.W.i. [Sloane 2488.] 

1905 1596 I Bax : Edwin George Goodson, 2a Kidbrooke Grove, Black- 

heath, S.E. 

1911 2204 JBaxter : Paget Logan, b.a. ; 8 Southampton Street, Blooms- 

bury Square, W.C.i. 

1911 2137 JBayley : Benjamin Charles Ernest, “The Casements,” 

Demesne Road, Wallington, Surrey. 

1929 4314 JBeale : Edward Hayley, a.a. Diploma ; Rockhurst, Burwash, 
Sussex. 

1910 2078 J Beall : Walter John, Public Works Department, Ladysmith, 

Natal, South Africa. 

1910 2086 JBeare : Josias Crocker, a.r.c.a. ; 42 Devon Square, Newton 

Abbot. [Newton Abbot 57.] 

1922 3384 JBeasley : Albert, Works and Building Department, R.A.F. 

Headquarters, Middle East, Cairo, Egypt. 

1920 2856 JBeattie : Oscar Alexander (Rutledge & Beattie) [“ Lower- 

brook,” Lightcliff Avenue, Lindfield, Sydney, N.S.W.] ; 
Adyar House, 29 Bligh Street, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 
1927 4076 JBeaty-Pownall : David Herman, A.A.Diploma [Tite Prize- 

man 1925] ; The Architectural Association, 36 Bedford 
Square, W.C.i. 

1922 3502 JBeaufoy : Samuel Leslie George, Town Planning Department, 

City Engineer’s Office, Liverpool. 

1902 1446 JBeaumont: Chevalier Worby, 26 Acacia Grove, Dulwich, S.E.21. 

1922 3385 JBeaumont : Eugene Edward (Eugene C. Beaumont & Son), 

134 Fleet Street, E.C4. [Central 0607] ; and 18 Manor 
Road, Sidcup, Kent. 

1922 3469 JBeaumont : John Somerville, m.c., B.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. (J. W. 

Beaumont & Sons) ; 24 Brazennose Street, Manchester. 

[Manchester Central 2693.] 

1922 3386 JBeck : Henry Berkeley, 40 Rising Brook, Stafford. 

1908 1873 JBeck : John Jackson (John M. Lyle), 230 Bloor Street West, 

Toronto, Canada. [Toronto Kingsdale 5700.] 

1894 1044 JBedingfield : Ralph Waldo, 9 The Crescent, King Street, 

Leicester. 

1903 1519+JBEE : Thomas James [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1893-94], 

11 Hatherley Crescent, Sidcup, Kent. [Sidcup 1278 ] 

1919 2710 J Beech : Frederick William (Ellis, Son & Bowden, Bedford 
Chambers, Exeter), “ Bye ways,” Streatham Rise, Exeter. 
[Exeter 245 1 .] 

1924 3736 {Beech: George Alexander, 12 Burrows Street, Middle 
Brighton, Victoria, Australia. 


1918 


1922 

1929 

1902 

1928 

1911 


2631 JBeeston : Humphrey Albert [St. Margaret’s-at-Cliffe, nea 
Dover], Messrs. \Vm. Beeston & Son, Architects, 15 Casdi 
Street, Dover. [Dover 392 ] 

3504 JBeeston: Wilfred, 33 H.llside Road, Merton, Liverpool. 

o Mrs . Lewin, 26 OrsettTerrace, W.2 

447 ssrga* £r* 

4,74 tBf KTs.® — 

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1906 1693 [Benjamin : Ashley Florian, 98 George Street, Portman 

Square, W.i. [Langham 3061.] 

1921 3245 [Bennet : James Spalding, Buckstane, Braid Road, Edinburgh. 

1928 4225 [ Bennett : Charles George Gordon, “ Parkhurst,” 46 Nelson 

Road, Crouch End, N.8. 

1923 3646 [Bennett : Frank Edgar [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Gold Medallist 

1925], 107 Jermyn Street, S.W.i. [Gerrard 1182.] 

1919 2711 [Bennett : Gwyn, 2 Pelham Road, Gravesend. 

1903 1491 [Bennett : Robert (Robert Bennett & Wilson Bidwell), 1 Leys 
Avenue, Letchworth, Herts. [Letchworth 130.] 

1912 2259 [Bennett : Thorold, 191 Parrock Street, Gravesend. 

1911 2206 [Benslyn : Willi am Thomas [Godwin Bursar 1923], 5 Lancaster 

Place, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C.2. (Gerrard 3809.] 
1902 i4o8ftBENSTED : Sidney Walter, “ Burnt Ash,” Homersham Road, 
Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

1926 3973 [ Bent : Frank, 28 Johnson Street, Cheetham, Manchester. 

1883 567 [ Berne Y : Henry (Bemey & Son) [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 

1882-83], 33-35 High Street, Croydon. [Croydon 1890.] 
1921 3193 [Bernton-Benjamin : Horace, 97 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, 

S.W.i. [Gerrard 6902.] 

1902) 1448 [Berrill : Ralph, 22-24 Christy-Hall Building, Victoria, British 
to t Columbia, Canada. [Victoria 5342.] 

1923 f 
1928,) 

1 920 2857 [Berry : Arthur Gilbert (Buckingham & Berry), 43A Prince of 

Wales Road, Norwich. [Norwich 762 .] 

1929 4316 [Bertram : Stephen Noel, a.a. Diploma ; 27 Exeter Road, 

Brondesbury, N.W.2. 

1928 4226 [Bertram : William Raymond Boyd, c/o J. S. Archibald, Esq., 

514 Keefer Building, St. Catherine Street, Montreal, P.Q., 
Canada. 

1902 1409 [Besant : Ernest George, Willowsmere, Great Shelford, 

Camb ridgeshire . 

1912 2318 J Bess ant : John Archibald, Tile Kiln, Bennetts End, Hemel 

Hempstead, Herts. 

1889 765 [Best : John Reginald, Isington, Alton, Hants. 

19x9 2764 [Bestow: Sidney Francis, 18 Market Street, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. 

1921 3121 [Betts : Albert William (W. V. Betts & Son), Bank Offices, 

630 Radford Road, Old Basford, Nottingham. [Nottingham 

7583°-] 

1929 4351 [Betts : Randolph Cotgrave, B.ARCH.(McGill) ; c/o J. S. 

Archibald, Esq., 514 Keefer Building, St. Catherine Street, 
Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1911 2207 [Bevis: Richard Henry Percy (Chas. W. Bevis& Son) [6 Spencer 

Road, Southsea — Soutlisea 4939], Elm Grove Chambers, 
Yarborough Road, Southsea. [Southsea 3437-] 

1894 1050 [Bewes : Anstis George, 4 Princess Square, Plymouth. 

1924 3764 [Bhedwar : Cavasji Kaikhushhu, 17 Elphinstone Circle, Fort, 

Bombay, India. 

19x5 2563 [Bhown.aggree : Naserw.anji Mancherji Merwanji, Pedder 

Road, Bombay, India. 

1926 3906 [Bhuta : Gopalji Mulji, Public Works Office, Colombo, Ceylon. 
1921 3273 [Bickerton : Walter Crane, Bankroyd Chambers, Bank Street, 

Castleford, Yorks. [Castleford 210.] 



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3809J ||Bill : Edward Richard, Penshyrst, Weybridge Park, Wey- 
bridge, Surrey. 

1520 [Bill : Harry Thomas, 27 Midholm, Hampstead Garden 
Suburb, N.W.ii. 


3704 [Billimoria : Homi Framjee, b.arch. Liverpool ; Public Works 

Office, Colombo, Ceylon. 

3505 [Binge : Capt. Joseph Wallace, m.c. ; Works and Buildings 

Dept., Royal Air Force, H.Q. Middle East, Cairo, Egypt. 

3506 [Bird : Eric Leslie (Clist & Bird), 45 Bloomsbury Square, 

W.C.i. [Holbom 4609.] 

1063 [Bird : Eustace Godfrey, Grand Trunk Building, King and 
Yonge Streets, Toronto, Canada. 

1874 [Birds : Samuel Buttery, d.s.o., m.c. ; 1224 N. McCadden 
Place, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. 

4102 [Birkett : Philip Walter (Scorer, Gamble & Co.), Bank Street 
Chambers, Lincoln. [Lincoln 139.] 

2143 [Birkett : Stanley, Princess Chambers, 16 John Dalton Street, 
Manchester [Manchester Central 4277] ; and 25 Clyde Road, 
West Didsbury, Manchester. [Didsbury 277.] 

1450 [Bishop : Harold Courtenay, 5 South Lodge, Ham Common, 
Surrey. 

1036ft Bishop : Thomas Handy, jun. ; Leighton Buzzard. 

2765 [Bisiker : Arthur Milton, 4 Waverley Grove, Hendon Lane, 
N.3. 

4046 [Black : John Alexander, 159 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3. 

3705 [Black : Kenneth Eastty (Clayton & Black), 10 Prince Albert 

Street, Brighton. [Brighton P.O. 990.] 

2934 [Blackburn : Norman .Arthur (Firth, Son & Blackburn), 
22 Wellington Road, Dewsbury, [Dewsbury 355.] 

3765 [Blackburne: Shirley Lanphier, P.O. Box 235, Nairobi Kenya 
Colony, East Africa. ’ 

3274 [Blackett : Johnson [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Silver Medallist 
1929], Borough Architect’s Department, Town Hall, Newport, 
Mon. r 


2208 [Blackford : Arthur George, 21 Hollingboume Gardens, 
West Ealing, W.13. 

2935 [Blackford ; Joseph, Claremont, London Road, Tonbridge, Kent. 
4103 [Blackshaw: Maurice Bantock, B.A.Cantab. ; “Lynmouth,” 
Lansdowne Road, Finchley, N.3. 

29 l 6 , tRt'^v ELL r CHARLE f ChI!ISTIE ’ *3 Portland Road, Leicester. 
3122 [Bladon Charles . Arthur, p . a .s.i. (J. E. Bladon & Son) 

b Mariowe Road, Wallasey—' Wallasey 2765]; 16 Albert 

Buildings, 12 Preesons Row, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 
43 2 4-J 

3647 ^^ - Robert (Denny & Blain), 144 St. Vincent Street. 

,, Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 4804.] 

3766 [Blake: John Patr IC k, p.a.s.i.; Bank House, High Street, 
+ n Hounslow - ^ bddlesex . [Hounslow 2x17.] 

3507 [ lakeley ^Tom, Borough Engineer’s Department, Town Hall, 


2937 [Blampied : Roy Charles, 
ri 77 [Bland : John Douglas, 
bridge. 


33 Halkett Place, St. Heliers, Jersey. 
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1913 2367 [Blenkinsopp : Henry Joseph (Blenkinsopp & Scatchard), 

Clifton Chambers, Park Street, Selbv, Yorks [Selby 117]; 
and at Midland Bank Chambers, Bank Street, Castleford, 
Yorks. [Castleford 167.] 

1926 3909J [Blizzard : Henry George, Rosewyn House, Truro, Cornwall. 
i92r 3275 [Blomfield : Austin, b.a. ; 26 Rawlings Street, S.W.3. 

1925 3804 [Blood-worth : Charles Thomas, m.a., b.arch. Liverpool 

[R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Silver Medallist 1925 and 1928] ; 
c/o H. J. Rowse, Esq., India Buildings, Water Street, 
Liverpool . 

1922 3387 [Bloomfield : Edward Hamilton, 4 Teehey Lane, Bebington, 
Cheshire. 

1920 3068 [Bloomfield : Frank I’Anson, McKinney House, 10 O’Connell 
Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1922 3388 [Bloomfield : Henry Lancelot, 17 Cromwell Road, Luton, 
Beds. 

1920 ^2859 [Bloomfield : William Swanson Read, Yorkshire House, 
to ( Shortland Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1921, f 

1925 j 

1898 1264 [Blow : Percival Cherry, Chairman of the St. Albans and 

District Chapter of the Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire 
Society of Architects, 1 High Street, St. Albans. [St. Albans 
287.] 

1918 2640 [Blyth : Charles Kydd, 32 Park Avenue North, Hornsey, N.8. 

1909 1965 [Boddington : Henry, jun., M.A.Oxon. ; 26 Old Burlington 

Street, W.i. 

1928 4227 [Bodie : William George Rowntree, 32 Clifton Road, 
Aberdeen. 

1890 778 [Body : Arthur, f.s.i. ; 22 Lockyer Street, Plymouth. 

[Plymouth 219.] 

1927 4047 [Boisclair : Paul, 164 Clanranald Avenue, Montreal, Canada. 

1920 3069 [Boniface : Charley Frank, Hurstead, Virginia Water, Surrey. 

1919 2766 [Bonser : Kenneth John, Lumby Hall, South Milford, Yorks. 

[South Milford 5.] 

1922 3508 [Booker : Alfred Vincent, Chalk Barton, West Horsley, 
Surrey. [Clandon 143.] 

1912 2320 [Booth : Alfred, 219 Sheffield Road, Barnsley. 

1926 3974 [Booth : Rolfe Gilbert, a.a. Diploma ; (Edwards, Reid & 

Booth), Eastern Bank Building, Chatham Street, Colombo, 
Ceylon. [Cable Address : — “ Column,” Colombo.] 

1895 1104 [Borrowman : John, 14 Serjeant’s Inn, Fleet Street, E.C.4. 

1898 1269 [Bosher: Victor Evans, New County Hall, Westminster 

Bridge, S.E.i. 

1909 1966 [Boss : Albert Henry, The Garth, 2 Pond Road, Blackheath, 

S.E.3. 

1902 1410 [Botterill: Austin Braugh, Gaunt House, Orchard Street, 

Bristol. 

1921 3276 [Botting : Milton, Suncroft, Pollard Road. Mitcham, Surrey. 

1928 4173 [Bouillon: Ernest Linden, b_arch. (McGill); c/o Messrs. 

Barott & Blackader, Architects, Canada Cement Building, 
Montreal, Canada. 

1926 3975 [Bourne : John Henry, 82 Addison Way, N.W.11. 

1927 4038 [Bowen : William Archer Forrest, Guys Cliffe Villa, 32 

Coten End, Warwick. 


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1918 2641 JBower : Egerton L. (Shepheard & Bower), Bluecoat Chambers, 

School Lane, Liverpool. [Liverpool Royal 1628.] 

1921 3277 J Bowes : Trevor Straker, Borough Engineer’s Department, 

Town Hall, Richmond, Surrey. 

1922 3389 JBowring : John Valentine, 7 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i . 

1914 2451 JBox : Charles Wilerid, 63 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. 

1922 3509 JBox : Harry Ewart, 33 Little Buckland Avenue, Maidstone. 
1920 2938 JBoyd : John Shaw, Ashbum, Strone, Argyllshire. 

1927 4104 JBoyd-Barrett : James Rupert [“ Laurelmere,” Monkstown, 
Co. Cork], 61 South Mall, Cork. [Cork 233] ; and at 7 
Upper Sherrard Street, Dublin. [Dublin 4239.] 

1906 1651 t Boyle : Joseph,. Court Chambers, 15 Mawdsley Street, Bolton. 

1920 3070 JBracewell : Arthur, Tillicoultry, Scotland. 

1926 394s JBraddock : Henry, a.a. Diploma ; 45 Dennis Park Crescent, 

Wimbledon, S.W.20. 

1924 3767 t Braden : Keith Arnold, “ Cobwebbs,” West Hoathly, Sussex. 
1882 452 Bradfield : Horace, Great Milton, Oxford. 

1907 1757 ^Bradford : George Sydney Herbert, Public Works Depart- 

ment, Windhuk, S.W. Africa. 

1923 3648 ^Bradford : Stanley Victor, m.c. ; 134 Norbury Court Road, 

Norbury, S.W.16. 

1921 3123 JBrAMWELL : James Stoneman, 37 Upper Duke Street, 

Liverpool. 

1922 3510 JBramwell : John B., 17 Hazledene Avenue, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

1896 1175 X Brand : Walter (Walter Brand & K. Drew Edwards), President 

of the Leicester and Leicestershire Society of Architects , 33 
Bowling Green Street, Leicester. [Leicester 58462.] 

1916 2616 J Brandon : Charles Joseph (Hotz & Brandon), Dalziel Lodge, 
Simla, W.C., India, and at Hotel Cecil, Delhi, India. 

1922 3390 J Branson : Percy Kenneth, “ Athol Vale,” 209 Evington Road, 
Leicester. 

1913 2404 JBrault : Joseph Charles Gustave, Chief Architect’s Office, 
P.W. Dept., 72 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 

1906 1697 JBray : Arthur George, Development Trust Buildings, 

Montgomery Street, Rangoon, Burma. 

1927 4077 JBrayshaw : (Miss) Kathleen Orrey, B.A.(.ARCH.)Mancr. ; 22 

Cleveland Road, Marsh, Huddersfield. 

1909 1967 t Brazier : Frederick Henry, 7 Market Street, Altrincham, 

Cheshire [Altrincham 844], and Princes Chambers, 16 John**. 
Dalton Street, Manchester. 

1907) 1809 JBrentnall : Harold Percy, Southern Cross Building, 
to / Chancery Street, Auckland, New Zealand. [Auckland 44-5 1 5 .] 

19231 
1929J 

1919 2767 JB rewill : Lionel Colin (Arthur W. Brewill & Son), Armitage 

Chambers, Victoria Street, Nottingham. [Nottingham 44804.] 
1929 435 2 J Brewster . Colin Campbell, b.arch. Sydney ; c o Common- 
wealth Bank of Australia, Australia House, Strand W C 2 

1922 35 11 | Briars : Reginald, m.c. ; “ Bellenglise,” London Road, Luton. 

1919 2768 {Bridge : 1 ho.alas Moss, 57 Xewearth Road, Walkden Lancs. 
1921 3278 J Bridgman : Gerald Soudon (Bridgman & Bridgman), 1 Palace 

Avenue, Paignton [Paignton 5166]; and 34 Fleet Street, 
Torquay. [Torquay 4122.] 

1923 3649 J Bridgwater : Derek Lawley. b. arch .Liverpool ; The School 

of Architecture, The University, Liverpool. 



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1904 1539 [Bright : Lawrence Lee (Bright & Thoms), [Inst. Medallist 

(Drawings) 1901], 9 St. Peter’s Church Walk, Nottingham. 
[Nottingham 3106.] 

1924 3768 [Brightiff : Charles Henry (Trant Brown & Brightiff), 
332 High Road, Kilbum, N.W.6. [Paddington 4460.] and at 
131 Baker Street, W.i. [Mayfair 0771.] 

1928 4228 [Brinton : William Ralph, A.A.Diploma [R.I.B.A. Howard 
Colls Student 1923 ; R.I.B.A. Archibald Daivnay Scholar 
1925 ; R.I.B.A. Recognised Schools Silver Medallist 1927] ; 
13 The Mall, East Sheen, S.W.14. 

1909 1968 J Bristow : Christopher, 35 Stradella Road, Dulwich, S.E.24. 

1912 2261 [Brittan : Harold William. 

1907 1804 [Brittingham : Samuel Charles, 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, 

Australia. 

1920 2860 [Broad : Major Gordon Leslie, o.b.e., m.c., f.s.i. ; Marl 

Ridge, Edenbridge, Kent. [Edenbridge 121.] 

1911 2209 [Broad : Kenneth Stephen [2 The Waldrons, Croydon. — 

Croydon 1904] ; 88 Gower Street, W.C.i. [Museum 

0196]. 

1918 2643 [Broad : Malcolm Charles (Adams, Broad & Co.), 25 De 

Mayo, 395, Montevideo, Uruguay. 

1921 3279 [Broadbent : Godfrey Lionel, 45 Wyther Park Road, Armley, 

Leeds. 

1922 3512 [Broadbent : John Stewart [109 Bow Road, E.3. East 3638], 

Phoenix Offices, Station Approach, Rainham, Essex. [Rain- 
ham 145.] 

1902 1411 [Broadhead : Charles Alfred, “ Glenboume,” Gerard Road, 

Rotherham. 

1919 2712 [Broadhead : Frank Arthur, 84 Friar Lane, Nottingham. 

[Nottingham 45298.] 

1910 2087 [Brock : Alan St. Hill, Trewen, Midway, Walton-on-Thames. 

1928 4163 [Brodie : Angus George, A.A.Diploma ; 10 Wyndham Place, 

Bryanston Square, W.i. 

1921 3247 [Brodie : James, 28 Church Lane, Pudsey, Yorks. [Pudsey 71555.] 

1920 2940 [Brodie : Robert, 158 King’s Park Road, Cathcart, Glasgow. 
1908"] 1877 [Bromhead : Frank Harold, 164 Ashgate Road, Chesterfield. 

to I 
1916 f 
1926 ) 

1899 i29if[BROMLEY : Henry Thomas, District Surveyor for St. Maryle- 
bone West, 104 Clifton Hill, St. John’s Wood, N.W.8. 
[Maida Vale 2309.] 

1924 3737 [Brooke : Donald, b. arch. Liverpool ; School of Architecture, 

University of Liverpool, Liverpool. 

1906 1694 [Brooke : John Tallents Wynyard, Messrs. Davies & 

Brooke, 4 Avenue Edward VII, Shanghai, China. 

1906 1698 [Brookeb : Albert Edward, Woodview, Maidstone Road, 

Bridgewood, near Rochester, Kent. 

1926 3910 [Brookfield : George Piers, b.sc. (Dalhousie), s.b. (Mass. Inst. 

of Technology), B.UTT.Oxon. [101 Park Avenue, New York 
City, U.S.A.] ; c o Royal Bank of Canada, William Street, 
New York City, U.S.A. [Cal. 6528.] 

1920 2941 [Brooks: Christopher John, 14 Margaretta Terrace, Chelsea, S.W. 

1896 1202 [Brooks : Thomas Denton [Ashpitel Prizeman 1896], Educa- 

tion Offices, Albion Street, Hull. 




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Elected. Number. 

1903 i492fJBROOKS : William Edward, “ Redcote,” 40 Sydenham Road 
North, Croydon, Surrey. [Thornton Heath 1095.] 

1920 2942 JBroomhall : Thomas Hargreaves, Westminster Bank 

Chambers, Market Hill, Barnsley, Yorks. 

1909 1969 JBrough : Wilfred James. 

1922 3514 JBrown : Alfred John [ Soane Medallist 1922]. 

1927 4078 J Brown : Frank Bowen Reynolds, A.A.Diploma ; 11 Hunter 

House, Hunter Street, W.C.i . 

1922 3392 JBrown : Frank Collin, c/o Housing Department, Municipal 
Buildings, Liverpool. 

1922 3393 JBrown : George Talbot, 51 Fawcett Street, Sunderland. 

1928 4229 JBrown : Henry, “ Shaleydene,” South Park Drive, Blackpool. 
1907 1810 JBrown : Henry Charles, 71 Osborne Road, Palmer’s Green, N. 

1928 4174 JBrown : Henry John, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; 14 Ansthorpe Avenue, 

Whitkirk, Leeds. 

1919 2769 JBrown : James McLellan, City Engineer’s Office, 91 Com- 
mercial Street, Dundee. 

1921 3194 Brown : Col. John, c.b., c.b.e., d.s.o., t.d., j.p., d.l. ; 83 St. 

Giles’ Street, Northampton. [Northampton 622.] 

1923 3652 JBrown : John Grey, 292 Second Avenue, Longueuil, Quebec, 

Canada. 

1929 43G JBrown : John Sherwood, 54 Cromwell Road, Stanmore, 

Winchester. 

1921 3280 JBrown : Lieut. Kenneth Henderson, r.e., Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; 

Royal Engineers Office, Fort Canning, Singapore, Federal 
Malay States. 

1921 3281 JBrown: Leonard John, p.a.s.i. ; Clandeboye, Mount Park, 

Carshalton, Surrey. 

1929 4318 JBrown : Robert Neville, Sylverton North, Westoe Village 
South Shields. 

1922 3515 JBrown: Walter, Station Road, Horley, Surrey [Horley 47], 

and 7 Station Approach, Redhill, Surrey. [Redhill 250.] 
1919 2713 J Bruce : John Clayton Collingwood (Appleton & Bruce), 
Clock Tower Chambers, Strand, Torquay. [Torquay 
2488.] 

1915 2584 J Bruce : Reginald, p.a.s.i. ; 32 King Street West, Manchester. 

[Manchester Central 3678.] 

1926 3976 J Bruce : William George Hay Black, dip arch Abdn • 
c/o Dept, of Works and Public Buildings, Ministry of Finance! 
Castle Arcade Buildings, Belfast, Ireland. 

1919 2770 JBrueton : Bertrand Frederick, “ Little Orchard ” Old 
Sneed Road, Stoke Bishop, Bristol ’ 

1901 1354 JBrumell : George, “ Maori,” Richmond Park Avenue, 

Bournemouth. 


1902 

1910 

1921 

1920 


1412 JBrundrit : Dean John, Kilner’s Park, Ulverston 
2043 J Bryan : Arthur Francis, St. Martin’s Chambers, 8 Ne.v 
Street, Leicester. [Leicester 4609.] 

I 2 ** : George Albert, 17 Rosedew Road, Hammersmith, W.6. 

2943 JBryct ^Andrew Douglas, 68 Kirkstall Road, Streatham Hill, 


1926 3977 Y" lliam Theodore Percival, M.A.Cantab., B.sc.- 

g TFH- C L Ph0 i° t ’ Uhitlng & Br >’ce) ; 21 Alva Street, 
f Edmt >urgh 2 6 522 ] ; 21 High Street, Bideford. 
[Bideford 190]; and s Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancerv 7431-1 
1921 3124 JBryett : Augustus, 98 Jermyn Street, S.W.i. [gS 8082.J 



Elected. 

1927 

1920 

1923 

1927 

1913 

1929 

1906 

1911 

1910 

1921 

1922 
1927 

1911 
1920 

1920 
1896 

1921 

1908 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1914 

1922 
1922 

1927 

1921 

1889 

1893 


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Serial 

Number. 

4158J ||Buchan : Walter James (Harrington & Buchan), 73 South Mall, 
Cork. Ireland. [Cork 1319.] 

2944 {Buchanan : Allan Pollock McKenzie (Ross & Buchanan), 

137 West Regent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 
1 775-] 

3706 | Buchia : Shapurji Nasarwanji, B.E.(Civil) ; Raja Bahadur 
Bonsilal Motilal Mansion, Bruce Street, Fort, Bombay, Inldia 

4048 J Auckland : Francis John, b.a. Cantab., A.A.Diploma (Buckand. 

& Haywood) ; 10 Staple Inn, Holbom, W.C.i. [Chancery 
73I4-] 

2369*] Bucknell : Leonard Holcombe [ Godwin Bursar 1925], [70 
Castellain Mansions, Maida Vale, W.9], 104 Great Russell 
Street, W.C.i. [Museum 0440.] 

4296 {Bull : Henry Alexander Harvey, 27 Westgate Street, 
Cardiff. 

1654 [Bullock : Albert Edward, 2 Featherstone Buildings, High 
Holbom, W.C.i. [Chancery 8246.] 

2212 {Bullock : John Edgar, 52 Queen Street, Exeter. 

2088 {Bulmer : Francis Holles, 105 Norwood Road, Heme Hill, 
S.E.24. 

3195 {Bulstrode : Stanley Godwin [R.l.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 

at A.A. 1920], vias Y. Obras, F.C.S., Calle Guanahani 322, 
Buenos Ayres, Argentine. 

3394 {Bumpstead : Albert Dennis, p.a.s.i. , 30 St. Phillip’s Avenue, 

Worcester Park, Surrey. 

4049 {Bunce : Gerald Edgar, Old Bank Chambers, 36 Com Street, 

Bristol. 

2144 {Bunce : Henry Edgar, m.c. ; 21 Sea Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, 
Sussex. [TA. “ Estates,” Bexhill-on-Sea.- Bexhill 34.] 

2 945 {Burchett : Howard William, 26 North Side, Streatham 

Common, S.W.16. 

3071 {Burford : James, 3 Staple Inn, Holborn Bars, W.C.i. 

1184 {Burgess: Professor Cecil Scott, University of Alberta, 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

3283 {Burgess : Haydn Mervyn Rhys, p.a.s.i. [18 Llantwit Road, 
Pontypridd] ; 77 Taff Street, Pontypridd, Glam. [Ponty- 
pridd 208.] 

1878 {Burgoine : Stephen, 4A Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. 

3196 { Burke : John Edward, Apt. 7s., 850 Seventh Avenue, New York 

City, U.S.A. 

3197 {Burleigh : Harold, 87 London Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

[Hastings 1234.] 

3248 {Burnet : Frank Russell, 180 Hope Street, Glasgow. 

2520 {Burnett : Andrew Stuart (Burnett & Sons), 2 High Street, 
Southampton. [Southampton 3087.] 

3395 {Burnett : Edgar, Weir House, Hickling, Melton Mowbray. 

3396 {Burnett : Frederick Wandlass, m.c. ; Manton, Sandford 

Road, Chelmsford, Essex. 

4105 {Burnett : George Alan [Croft House, Street Lane, Leeds] ; 
76 Albion Street, Leeds. 

3198 {Burnett : Percy Vivian, 107 Jermyn Street, St. James’s, 

S.W.i. [Gerrard 1182.] 

715 {Burrows: Henry William (Beazley & Burrows), 17 
Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 5168.] 

954 {Burt : William Henry, 30 Leinster Avenue, S.W. 14. 




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Elected. Number. 

1892 503 [Burton : Charles, 48 Bedford Row, W.C. [Chancery 

8 i 37 -] 

1926 3911 [Burton: John, “ Moor Barn,” Moddershall, Stone, Staffs. 

1902 1413 [Busbridge : Harold, 229 Burrage Road, Plumstead, S.E.18. 

1909 1916 [Bush : Frederick Thwaites, New Scotland Yard, S.W.i. 

1923 3707 [Bush : Sydney Poyntz, Consulting Architect to the Govern- 

ment of Burma, 6a Fytche Road, Rangoon, Burma. 

1919 2771 [Butcher : Albert John, 2 Express Mansions, Edgware, 

Middlesex. [Edgware 0208.] 

1920 2946 [Butcher : Henry Frederick, 25 Roseneath Terrace, Roseneath, 

Wellington, New Zealand. 

1924 3733 [Butler : Austin Richard (W. & R. Butler & Martin), 84 

William Street, Melbourne, Australia. 

1922 3516 [Butler: Bertram, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; Wulfrun Chambers, 

16 Darlington Street, Wolverhampton. [Wolverhampton 
1872.] 

1921 3284 [Butler : Cecil George, 221 Hampstead Way, Golders Green, 

N.W.n. [Speedwell 6283.] 

1921 3285 [Butlin : Frederick George Montague, “ Barrsbrook,” Guild- 

ford Road, Chertsey. 

1929 4319 [Butling : George Albert, dip.arch. Liverpool [Rome Scholar 
in Architecture 1925] ; 13 Old Quebec Street, Marble 

Arch, W.i. 

1920 3072 [Butterworth : Harold, m.a. ; (J. H. Andrews & Butterworth), 

9 St. James’s Square, Manchester. [Manchester City 

3130] 

1923 3653 [Button : Chester, Borough Engineer and Surveyor’s Depart- 

ment, Council House, Smethwick, Staffs. 

1924 3738 [Button : Eustace Harry [Ashpitel Prizeman 1923, Distinction 

in Thesis], 35 Park Street, Bristol. 

1925 38 io [,, Button : Frederick Charles, p.a.s.i. ; “ Orchardleieh ” 

Ickenham Road, Ruishp, Middlesex. 

1922 3517 [Buysman: Cornelius James Alexander Kelder, 3 Warwick 

Lane, E.C.4. ’ J 

1928 4175 [Byers : John, 163 Broad Street, Birmingham 
1900 1310 [Byrne : Thomas Joseph, Office of Public Works Dublin 

1922 3397 JByrom : Richard (Byrom & Noble), 9 Victoria Buildings, 
Silver Street, Bury, Lancs. [Bun- 1024.] 


1896 

1926 


1929 

1926 


1 T s 7 1 [Cable : James McCurrey, f.s.i. ; i 9 Trinity Rise, S.W.2. 

3978 [Cachemaille-Day : Nugent Francis, 5 Verulam Buildings, 
Grays Inn, W.C.i. [Chancerv 7807] 

4320 [Cadman : Harry George, 4 Chart Road, Folkestone. 

3979 [L alder • Herbert Kitchener, mp.ARCH.Abdn. • H M Office 
of "orks, 122 George Street, Edinburgh 

, 9 io 2089 tCALDER. James Muir (S Butterworth & Duncan, 2 Baillie 

dale Tftn 0 ] 0 ^ ^ 1 106 Tweedale Street . Rochdale. [Roch- 
1700 |CAL ™'j 0 ^- ^' IL “ AM Wellesley James [Arthur Cates Prizeman 
Sjmd 3o? 4 ? OUSe ’ Fmsbur >’ S R uare > E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 

is “ ssLtr 1 ,s 




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Elected. Number. 

1925 383 1 J Cameron : Arthur Edwin, A.A.Diploma [R.I.B.A. Howard Colls 

Student 1921 ; R.I.B.A. Archibald Dawnay Scholar 1923 ; 
R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student at A.A. 1023 ; Grissell Gold 
Medallist 1925] ; “ Roma,” Moor Park Road, Northwood, 
Middlesex. 

1918 2636 J Cameron : Kenneth, 64 Rodney Street, Liverpool. 

1924 3769 I Campbell : Archibald Alastair Vivian [R.I.B.A. Alfred 
Bossom Silver Medallist 1929] ; c/o Langham Hotel, Portland 
Place, W.i. 

1921 3286 JCampbell : John, d.c.m., m.m. ; 29 Plumbley Drive, Old 

Trafford, Manchester. 

1927 4050 J IICannell : James [Green Cottage, Coleridge Avenue, Sutton 

[Sutton 3611], Giltspur Chambers, 52 Holborn Viaduct, 
E.C.2. [City 0363.] 

1905 1627 | Carder : Arthur Alfred, 73 Foxley Lane, Purley, Surrey. 

1924 3770 J Careless : Sefton Stockford, “ Cotswold,” Pinner Hill, 
Middlesex. 

1909 1971 JCarnelley : Herbert, m.c. ; “ Heatherlands,” Canford Cliffs 

Road, Canford Cliffs, Dorset. 

1929 4321 JCarr : Frank Henry, 25 Byfeld Gardens, Barnes, S.W.13. 

1920 2862 J Carr : Gerald Mosman, m.b.e. ; “ Kings End Cottage,” 

Powyke, near Worcester. 

1929 4322 JCarr : Terence (Caroe & Passmore, 3 Great College Street, 
Westminster, S.W.i — Victoria 5324) ; “ Garthowen,” 

Hockering Gardens, Woking, Surrey. 

1919 27i5*JCART DE LAFONTAINE : Lieut.-Col. H. P. L., o.b.e., 

t.d. ; Officier d’Academie, Hon. Corr. Member and Silver 
Medallist Soci6t6 des Architectes Dipldmes par le Gouveme- 
ment, Hon. Corr. Member of the American Institute of 
Architects, it Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, S.W.i. [Gerrard 
8528.] 

1921 3287 JCarter : Charles Shirley, 124 Sunnyhill Road, Streatham, S.W. 

1890 826 JCarter : Edward, 86 Eden Street, Kingston-on-Thames. 

1922 3519 JCarter : George Bertram, 14 Clifford’s Inn, E.C.4. 

1911 2146 JCarter : George Ralph, p.a.s.i. ; County Valuer, The Castle, 

Winchester. 

1926 3980 JCarter : Peter George Jeffery, “ Berkeley,” High Street, 

Rickmansworth. 

1926 3981 JCarter : Richard Jeffery, c/o Public Works Department, 

Baghdad, Iraq. 

1922 3398 JCarter : William, 12 Otto Terrace, Sunderland. 

1904 1570 JCarter : William Alfred Thomas, i High Street, Petersfield, 
Hants. 

1929 4323 JCartwright : Thomas Nelson (Bromley, Cartwright & 
Waumsley), Prudential Buildings, Nottingham. [Notting- 
ham 40825.] 

1922 3520 JCartwright : Wilfred (Stockdale Harrison & Sons, 7 St. 

Martin’s East, Leicester — Leicester 59465) ; 20 Cambridge 
Street, Loughborough. 

1919 2716 JCash : Herbert William, 3 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury 

Square, W.C.i. [Museum 4292-] 

1920 2863 JCashmore : Francis Milton, 2 Paul’s Bakehouse Court, 

Godliman Street, E.C4. 

1926 3912 JCastellino : Sylvester Joseph Trinity D’Squza, Cincinnatus 
Town, Karachi, India. 



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Elected, 

1912 

1928 

1915 

1921 

1910 

190 r 

1919 

1901 
1882 

1921 

1922 

1902 

1881 

1921 

1925 

1921 

1920 

1928 

1900 

1898 

1920 

1921 

1914 

1892 

1925 

191 x 
* 9*9 


Serial 

Number. 

2262 JCastelow : Charlie, 10 Park Row, Leeds. [Leeds 22377.] 
4230 t C astle : James Thomas [Ashpitel Prizeman 1928], 26 High 
Street, Roehampton, S.W.15. 

2585 JCatchpole : Edgar Gooding, Deputy City Architect, Sun 
Buildings, Plymouth. [Plymouth 2821.] 

3125 JCaton : William Cooper, 1225 James Building, Chattanooga, 
Tennessee, U.S.A. 

2021 JCatt : Alfred Edward, 57 Strathyre Avenue, Norbury, S.W. 
1355 tCA utley : Henry Munro (Cautley & Barefoot), The Thoro’fare, 
Butter Market, Ipswich. [Ipswich 2046.] 

2772 JCawkwell : Robert (Hadfield & Cawkwell), Cairns Chambers, 
19 St. James’s Street, Sheffield. [Sheffield 23548.] 

1381 J Cayley : Henry, M.A.Cantab. ; Calgarth Comer, Windermere. 

457 Chadwick : Thomas [Post Office Chambers, Penrhyn Road, 
Colwyn Bay], Brackley, 294 Wellington Road, Heaton Chapel, 
Stockport. 

3288 JChallen : H.arold Bertram, i Chaseville Park Road, Winch- 
, more Hill, N.21. [Enfield 2413.] 

3399 JChallice : John, p.a.s.i. (R. M. Challice & Son) ; 7 Bedford 
Circus, Exeter. [Exeter 3274.] 

1452 J Chamberlain : Reginald Percy, m.c., p.a.s.i. ; Smeeton Lane, 
Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicestershire. 

236 Chambers : Frank Job, ha College Hill, Cannon Street, E.C. 
328g | C hannon : Eric Usher, A.A.Diploma [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis 
Student at A.A. 1921 ; R.I.B.A. Archibald Daztmay Scholar 
1922] , c/o Messrs. Swan & Maclaren, Architects, Singapore, 
Straits Settlements. 

3832 JChannon : Guy Dunstan, Red Walls, Mahon, Yorks 
[Mahon 52.] 

3249 JChant : Arthur Guy, p.a.s.i. ; Architects Department, 
Education Office, Margaret Street, Birmingham 
307 5 tt C hanter : Horace Raymond, f.s.i. ; District Surveyor for 
Hackney East, Westminster Bank Chambers, 20 Amhurst 
Road, Hacknev, E.8. [Clissold 7302 ] 

4176 tC> R^aTsheffield [Distinction in Thesis ^> 56 Southgrove 

I3 " ^Surrey' (MiSS> BESSIE ADA ’ 18 Heather dale Road, Camberley, 

1266 JCharles : (Miss) Ethel Mary [Inst. Medallist (Essays) 1905], 18 
Heatherdale Road, Camberley, Surrey 

3076 tCHARLEWQOD : George Edward, 4 Mosley Street, Newcastle- 
upon- 1 yne. 

3290 t C har lton : Ernest Stewart [Architect’s Dept., BritishElec- 

i6 C Grosveno t r°R’ ^“JSSway, W.C.— 1 Holbom 3622], 

16 Gros\enor Road, Church End, Finchley N 3 

*540 Gordon cLniL. a. Bond 

894 JCharlton : Thomas Gardhouse 
C arlisle. 


19 Chatsworth Square, 


3833 t C hat terley : Arthur Oliver b arch T ivnmn 1 nt v. 11 
Chambers, I S*, Stt«, ! 

,ua tC ^SSU H “ m - W Th »™ b nry Road, Weworrh. 

”” IC pSS;„ , 3 ° 9 S ) OSl: “' 2 Inn, W.C. 



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• Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1922 3400 [Checkley : George, M.A.Cantab., B.ARCH.Liverpool [R.I.B.A. 

Henry Jarvis Student 1922] ; Cambridge University School of 
Architecture, 1 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge. 

1922 3470 [Cheek : Alfred Cyril, “ South view,” Narborough, 

Leicester. 

1921 3291 [Cheers : Wilfroy Anson, 23 Marlborough Road, Richmond, 

Surrey. 

1919 2774 [Cheriton : William George Lloyd, Eaton Chambers, 

60 Buckingham Palace Road, S.W.i. 

1921 3126 | Cherry : Stanley Vickerstaff, Hope Villa, Thomeywood 

Mount, Nottingham. 

1900 1328 [Chesney : Samuel, Council Offices, Featherstone, Yorks. 

1903 1493 [Chester : Frederick Billinghurst, “ Niton,” Coverts Road, 

Claygate, Surrey. 

1926 3982 [Chester : Harold William, 24 Princes Avenue, Surbiton, 

Surrey. 

1893 964 [Child : Edmund Herbert, 12 Middle Pavement, Nottingham. 

1921 3292 [Child : Frederick Austin, Hill End, Runnymede Road, 

Ponteland, Northumberland. 

1904 1571 [Childs ; Charles Michael, H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s 

Gate, S.W. 

1928 4177 [Childs : Wilfrid Charles, Holmbury, West Coker Road, 
Yeovil. 

1925 381 it |[Chilton : Ernest Alfred, f.s.i. ; Loxfield Chambers, Uckfield. 

[Uckfield 62.] 

r 9°4 1572 [Chilwell : Benjamin Charles, Phcenix Chambers, Queen 
Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1920 2864 tCniPMAN : Noel Ingersoll, b arch. McGill ; 45 Lincoln 

Avenue, Montreal, Canada. 

1928 4178 tCHiPPlNDALE : Frank, 10 Ash Grove, Otley, Yorkshire. 

1922 3521 |Chisholm : Alexander MacLeod, University of Auckland, 

School of Architecture, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1913 2371 t Chisholm : David John, m.c. ; Glen Affric, Balemo, 

Midlothian. 

1924 3740 [Chitale : Laxman Mahadeo, Assistant Consulting Architect 

to Government, Public Works Department, Chepauk, Madras,, 
India. 

1920 2865 t Christian : Frederick Fisher, c/o The British Phosphate 
Commission, Nauru, Central Pacific. 

1919 2702 [Christien : Reginald Rayner, 113 Larkhill Lane, Clubmoor, 
West Derby, Liverpool. 

1919 2775 [Church: Leslie Donald Algar, “The Homestead,” High 
Road, Epping, Essex. 

1922) 3522 t Clack : John, pja.s.i. ; 104 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 
to / [Victoria 1316.] 

1924 1 
1927; 

1919 2717 [Clare : Alfred Douglas, m.c. (J. Stanley Beard & Clare) ; 

19 Holly Park, North Finchley, N.3. 

1893 980 [Clark : Charles James, 46 High Street, W.C. 

1908 1881 [Clark : Charles Walter, p.a.s.i. ; The Cottage, Meath Green 
Lane, Horley, Surrey. 

1907 1811 [Clark: Duncan Walter, f.s.i. (Duncan Clark & Beckett); 

“ St. Runwalds,” 3 West Stockwell Street, Colchester, 
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Elected. Number. 

1922 3471 [Clark : Harold Goundry (F. Clark & Son), io Houndgate, 

Darlington. [Darlington 2824.] 

1923 3654 [Clark : Henry Stanley. “ Fairway,” Coldharbour Lane, 

Bushey, Herts. 

1925 3834 [Clark : James Charles, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; 258 Great Western 

Road, Aberdeen. 

1895) T072 [Clark : John Pain, 57 Kirldey Park Road, Lowestoft. 

to 

1921 

1924) 

1923 3708 [Clark : Rich.ard John Bond [P.W.D., Hong Kong], Lynton, 

Lescudjack Road, Penzance. 

1921 3293 [Clark : Robert Gibson, 2 Maple Grove, Garden Village, Hull. 

1922 3523 [Clark : Sidney, 24 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.i. 

1922 3401 [Clark: Sidney Charles, 44 Canvey Road, Leigh-on-Sea, 

Essex. 

1893 979 [Clarke : Edmund Blayney, The Firs, 4 Warren Road, Purley, 

Surrey. [Purley 2766.] 

1919 2776 [Clarke: James Andrew, p.a.s.i. ; 50 Studley Gardens, Whitley 

Bay, Northumberland. 

1912 2263 [Clarke : John Moulding, The Architectural Association, 34 

Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1911 2213 [Clarke : Leonard Harris, Municipal Offices, Harrogate. 

1908 1843 [Clarke : William Thomas, p.a.s.i. ; Castle Buildings, 6 South 

Castle Street, Liverpool. 

1921 3199 [Clarkson : George Flint, 32 Great Ormond Street, 
W.C.i. 

1900 1329 [Clay : George Edward, 198 Parrock Street, Gravesend. 

[Gravesend 996.] 

1920 2949 [Claydon : Lifford, 20 Boscombe Road, Uxbridge Road, W.12. 

1920 2950 [Clayton : Charles Lawrence, io Prince Albert Street, 

Brighton. 

1920 3077 [Clayton : Gerald Rupert, 88 Bevercotes Road, Firth Park, 

Sheffield. 

1892 95o[[Cleaver : Albert William, b.a. [Godwin Bursar i8qd ; 

88 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3. [Royal 0887.] 

1921 3127 [Clifton : Edward Noel, b.a., p.a.s.i. (Gunton & Gunton) ; 

Empire House, St. Martin’s-le-Grand, E.C.i . [City 2676-2678.] 

1923 37°9 [Clist . Hubert, m.c. (Clist & Bird) ; 45 Bloomsbury Square, 

W.C.i. [Holbom 4609.] 

1907 1812 [Clouting: Charles Emerson, ii Keith Crescent, Blackhall, 

Edinburgh. 


1911 


1906 

1918 

1928 

1929 

1896 

1924 


2148 

1701 

2632 

4231 

4324 

1178 

3771 


m.b.e. [" Gables,” Village 
Office of Works, King 


[Cloux : Frank Louis Whitmarsh, 

Way, Dulwich, S.E.21] ; H.M. 

Charles Street, S.W. 

[Coales : Harry Reginald, 20 Douglas Street, Guelph, 
Ontario, Canada. 

[Coates : Harold Fenwick (Morsby & Coates), 39S Collins 
Street, Melbourne, Australia. 

[Coates : Harold John, 74 High Street, H.ghgate, N.6 

[Cobb : Andrew Randall Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

[Cobb : Edmund Farley, High Street, Rochester 

* P B 0 S xI ANL k EY ’ Bath, Cobb & Archer) 7 

P.O : B0X198, Mombasa, Kenya Protectorate, East Africa and 
at Nairobi, and Dar-es-Salaam, East Africa. ’ 



Elected. 

1939 

1906 

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Number. 

4325 [Cochrane : Joseph Brian, Univ. Lond. School Diploma ; 

Chestnut House, Albrighton, near Wolverhampton. 

1656 J Cocker : John, Beech Holme, Woodlands Park, Timperley, 
Cheshire. 

2150 [Cockrill : Kenneth Arthur. 

1702 [Cockrill : Owen Hanworth, 35 Weston Chambers, Weston 
Road, Southend-on-Sea. 

1414 [Cockrill : Ralph Scott. 


3402 J Cogswell : Victor Gordon (A. E. Cogswell & Sons), Pruden- 

tial Buildings, Portsmouth. [Portsmouth 5445.] 

*356 [ Cogswell : William Gerald St. John, 2 Bedford Square, 
W.C.i. [Museum 2431.] 

4179 J Cohen : Jacob, 31 Essex Road, Chingford, E.4. 

3741 [Coia : Jack Antonio, Dip.ARCH.Glas. (Gaff Gillespie & Kidd) ; 

38 Bath Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 2819.] 

2777 [Cole : Edward Robinson Ferdinand, b. arch. Liverpool [2 St. 
• AidansTerrace,Claughton, Birkenhead] ; School of Architecture, 
University of Liverpool, Liverpool. [Liverpool Royal 5460.] 

3403 [Cole : Eric (Leonard W. Barnard & Partners) [14 Promenade, 

Cheltenham. — Cheltenham 3690 ; and at 33 Southgate Street, 
Winchester. — Winchester 473] ; 3 Milton Road, Cheltenham. 
2372 [Cole : Leopold Edmund, Rutland Chambers, Newmarket. 
3119 J Cole- Adams : Walter Alwyn, 45 Lower Belgrave Street, 
S.W.t. [Sloane 4662.] 

4326 [Coleman : John James, 68 Herrington Street, Sunderland. 
3835 [Coleman : Samuel Ernest, “ Little Heath,” Essex Street, 
Gordon, New South Wales, Australia. 

2951 [Collin : Bertie Phillipps, Mistover Knap, Wareham, Dorset. 
1703 [Collings: Tilleard Horace Osman, 2 King George’s Avenue, 
Imperial Delhi, Raisina, India. 

1813 [Collington : Frederick Edwin, “ The Nook,” Birkland 
Avenue, Mapperley, Nottingham. 

2195 [Collins : Alfred Francis, “ Fairview,” Clewer, Windsor. 
1149 [Collins: Edward George, 35 Heathfield Road, Handsworth, 

Birmingham. 

1257 [Collins : Henry Albert, Warrington Hall, Nugget Street, 
Johannesburg, South Africa. 

3942[ jlCoLLiNs : Herbert, 30 Portland Street, Southampton. [South- 
ampton 3260.] 

38i2[|!Collins : Samuel Herbert, 9 Great Elms Road, Bromley, Kent. 
4051 [Collins : Tom Anderson, “ Cora,” Moss Lane, Timperley, 
Cheshire. 

1882 [Colthurst : William Bunter (Samson & Colthurst), 51 High 
Street, Bridgwater [Bridgwater 60] ; and x Hammet Street, 
Taunton. [Taunton 162.] 

2196 [Colville : David, Room 201, mi Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, 

P.Q., Canada. 

3128 [Connal : Harold John, 55 Wilfred Street, Derby. 

854 [Conner : William Tait [Trust Buildings, Fox Street, 
Johannesburg], P.O. Box 5615, Johannesburg, South Africa. 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 3836 JConolly : Harold, Aysgarth, Walton, near Wakefield. 

1908 1844 t Constable : Vernon [Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1928], 5 Sycamore 

Place, Logie, Dundee. 

1928 4232 JConway : James Simpson, ii DysartRoad, Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. 
1922 3404 JCook : Herbert James, 16 Grey Terrace, Ryhope, Sunderland. 

1914 2453 JCook : John Oliver, jun., p.a.s.i. (J. O. Cook & Son) ; ia 
Eleanor Road, Woolwich, S.E.18. [Woolwich 0527.] 

1906 1704 JCooke : William Henry Howard, Office of Public Works, 

Dublin, Ireland. 

1914 2524 JCooksey : Harold Thoresby, 29 Arundel Gardens, N.21. 

1921 3295 j Cooksey : Reginald Arthur (Arthur W. Cooksey & Partners), 

6 Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 6106] ; and at 
27 Quarry Hill Road, Tonbridge, Kent. [Tonbridge 191.] 

1926 3913 J Coomb es : Robert Edwin Montagu [ Distinction in Thesis] 

33 Green End Road, Bedford Park, W.4. 

191 1 2151 J Coombs : Leslie Douglas, 26 Dowling Street, Dunedin, New 
Zealand. 


1913 

1924 

1895 

1921 

1900 

1928 

>9i4 

1925 

1926 

1913 

1919 

1928 


2373 ICooper: Archibald/* Scudamore, ’’Langley Road, Slough Bucks. 
3772 JCooper : Carilef Miles, m.c., M.A.Oxon. ; Old White House! 

Great Horkesley, Colchester, Essex. 

1106 JCooper : Frank Berridge, 3 Granby Street, Leicester. 
[Leicester Central s S42.J 

3250 JCooper : Frederic Roland (H A. Cooper & Son) Central 
Chambers, Kettering. [Kettering 28.] 

1331 JCooper : Harold [Soane Medallist 1907], 12 Richmond 
Terrace, Blackburn. [Blackburn 5445.] 

4180 JCooper: Hugh Christopher Dunstan, b. arch McGill • 
205 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. ’ 

2503 JCooper : James Gough, 20 Woodcote Grove Road, Coulsdon 
Surrey. ’ ’ 

3837 JCooper : John Brian, 10 Upper Belgrave Road, Clifton, Bristol 
39 1 4 J [Cooper: William Reginald Roydon, 17 New Street 
Shrewsbury. ’ 


2405 JCope : George Arnold, m.c. (Baines, Provis & Cope)’ 22 Friar 
Lane, Leicester. [Leicester 60059.] 

*”• tC UpS T T“iin 8 T S w“ ST ‘ PL, ™ N '- “ »-• 

4133 Midtehi “ *»*. 


4234 JCORDINER : Thomas Smith, 26 Midlothian Drive Waverlev 

Park, Shawlands, Glasgow, S.i. ’ y 

3405 JCordingley : Reginald Annandale, m . a . (arch.)M an cr [Rome 
Scholar ,n Architecture 1923] ; Headmaster of the School ^ 
Architecture, .Armstrong College, Xewcastlc-u P on-Tvne 

1977 ,c °sSu,h^r Rcssell - 23 ch " reh s *«'- 

its “ss s - «»• 

Morayshire. [Lossiemouth 28.] a> ’ Lossie mouth, 

4359J! Corxell : W illiam Arthi't? pact at _ „ 

3524 * C cKL E " i ' Sr H “°“’ CM, View. 


1929 4297 JCornford : Roger Henley Cope 
Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i . 


b.a. Cantab. ; 3 Verulam 


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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1927 4039 [Cosh : James Audrey, b.arch. Sydney ; (Spain & Cosh), 
16 Spring Street, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 

1895 1116 [Coster : George, P.O. Box 36, Belfast, Transvaal, South Africa. 

1906 1705 [Cosway : Captain Reginald Wentworth Alfred James, 

Beke Hall, Billingshurst, Sussex. 

1920 2953 [Cottingham : Garnet Reginald, “ Durley Dean,” Station 
Road, Orpington, Kent. 

1929 4298 [Cotton : Arthur Calvaley, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool [Tite Prize- 
man 1926] ; “ Cedar Bank,” Poplar Road, Oxton, Cheshire. 
1922 3406 [Cotton : Gilbert Henry, 78 Dean Street, Soho Square, W.i 

[Gerrard 2637], and 27-28 Market Place, Reading. [Reading 
1200.] 

1895 1100 [Cotton : Percy Paovich, West Mersea, Essex. 

1922 3407 [Couchman : Harold William, “ St. Aubyns,” Myddleton 

Park, Whetstone, N.20. 

1920 2954 [Coulson : Richard Carte, New Court, Temple, E.C.4. 
[Central 5888.] 

1920 2955 [Coupland : William Vernon (Couch & Coupland), 5 Duke 

Street, Richmond, Surrey. [Richmond 1231-1232.] 

1894 1061 [Coussens : Henry Walter, 35 Havelock Road, Hastings. 

1895 1143 [Cowan: George, Borough Engineer’s Department, Town 

Hall, Portsmouth. 

1921 3130 [Cowderoy-Dale : Frederick Charles, “ Castle House,” 

Dartmouth, Devon. 

1898 1272 [Cowie : Alexander, Glenmore, Gordon Road, Chingford, Essex. 

1893 987 [Cowie : William, 5 Wellington Square, Ayr, Scotland. [Ayr 

577 •] 

1927 4079 [Cowley : Arthur David Richards, dip. arch. Liverpool ; 

Lyndhurst, Hartford, Cheshire. 

1928 4236 [Cowser : Benjamin, 14 Whitewell Crescent, Belfast- 

1922 3408 [Cowtan : Albert Charles, “ Redreuf,” Cobham Way, East 

Horsley, near Leatherhead, Surrey. 

1910 2094 [Cox : H. Bartle, Membre Correspondant de la Soci6t6 des 

Architectes Diplfimes par le Gouvemement, 25 Rue Bois- 
sonade, Boulevard Raspail, Paris. 

1878 157 Cox : Rowland Lockyer, 9 Great James Street, Bedford 

Row, W.C. 

1908 1845 [Crabb : Henry Ralph, m.inst.c.e., f.s.i. ; Public Offices, 

Enfield, Middlesex. 

1927 4052 [Craig : Archibald, 17 Northfield Avenue, Edinburgh. 

1908 1883 [Crampton : Alfred (Packer & Crampton), Palatine Chambers. 

41 Hoghton Street, Southport. [Southport 3919.] 

1920 2956 [Craske : Clifford Wigg, 64 Longlands Park Road, Sidcup, Kent. 

1911 2152 [Crauford : William Harold Lane, 12 Wellfield Avenue, 

Muswell Hill, N.io. 

1928 4181 [Crawford : Douglas Lindesay, 2 Hamilton Street, Greenock, 

Scotland. [Greenock 630.] 

1922 3409 [Creegan: Edgar Wilson, “ Avoca,” Chalkhill Road, Wembley 

Park, Middlesex. 

1927 4053[||Creese : John, 8 Hatter Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 

1928 4182 [Crickmay : Colin Rosser, A.A.Diploma ; 16 Park Road, 

Redhill, Surrey. 

1924 3742 [Crickmay : George Hayter, A.A.Diploma ; c'o Messrs. Hurle 

Bath, Cobb & Archer, P.O. Box 198, Mombasa, Kenya, 
East Africa. 



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Blected. Number, 

1923 365s JCrombie : Alan, c/o W. F. Crombie, Esq., 15 1 Irish Street, 

Dumfries. 

1919 2779 JCrossland : Harry Ewart, p.a.s.i. ; 30 Highgate, Beverley, 

Yorks. 

1889 737 | Crossland : Robert Edmund, 9 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, 

E.C4. 

1925 3838 JCrossley : Frederick Hamer, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; 15 Amside 

Road, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

1920 2957 JCrossley : George, Fair Bank, West Lane, Baildon, near 

Shipley, Yorks, 

1921 3296 JCrossman : Cyril John, 14 Sunbury Avenue, Mill Hill, N.W.7. 

1912 2265 JCrouch : Frederick Alfred, “ The Lodge,” Leicester Villas, 

Hove, Sussex. 

1928 4237 J Crowe : George Kenneth, b.arch. (Toronto) ; c/o The Bank 

of Montreal, 9 Waterloo Place, S.W.i. 

1913 2416 JCrowe : Joseph John, o.b.e. ; 2 Garden Court, Temple, 

E.C.4. [Central 51 17.] 

1922 3526 JCrowther : John Henry, jun., 314 Dewsbury Road, Garden 

City' Suburb, Wakefield. 

1920 2958 JCruickshank : Herbert William (Cruickshank & Seward), 
18 Booth Street, Manchester. [Manchester Central 193.] 
1904 i54i # fJCuBiTT : Horace William, f.s.i.; District Surveyor for 
Battersea, 233 Lavender Hill, S.W.i r. [Battersea 4218.] 
1920 2959 J Cullen : Alexander, f.s.i., F.s.A.Scot. ; 88 Cadzow Street, 
Hamilton, Scotland. [Hamilton 356.] 

1912 2324 J Cullen : David Shearer, 125 Selhurst Road, S. Norwood, S.E. 

1929 4299 JCumine : Eric Byron, a.a. D iploma [Tite Piizeman 1927] ; 

48 Szechuen Road, Shanghai, China. 

1925 3790 JCummings : Clifford Lane, St. Leonard’s Avenue, St. Kilda, 

Melbourne, Australia. 

1909 1970 J Cummings : Peter, 27 King Street West, Manchester. [Man- 

chester Central 2659.] 

1928 4164 J Cummings : Robert Percy [R.I.B.A. Archibald Daumax Scholar 
1925 ; R.I.B.A. Henry Jarris Student at A.A. 1926 ; Rome 
Scholar in Architecture 1927], c o The British School at Rome 
Valle Giulia, Rome (51), Italy. 

192c 2866 JCundall : Philip Henry, Timperlev Lodge, West Timperiev, 

Altrincham, Cheshire. [Sale 1313.] 

1926 3915 J Currie : Murdoch, Dip.ARCH.Glas. ; 250 Paisley Road West, 

Glasgow. 

1920 2960 J Curtis : Herbert Lewis, 68 Strand-on-the-Green Chiswick 
W. 

1927 4106 JCurtis : Wilfrid Rupert Harper, a.a. Diploma • 52 Ravens- 

croft Avenue, Golders Green, X.W.ri. [Speedwell 1415.]^ 
* 9 2 5 3^9 1 ,X RICK ’ AA -Diploma (Simmons & Cutbush) 

[R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Gold ^Medallist 1928] ; Palace 
Chambers, Bridge Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 

3630-] 


1909 1918 JDaft : William Austin, 9 New Road, Oxford. 

1920 2961 JDailey : Arthur Benjamin, 37 Onslow Gardens, Wallington 
Surrey. ’ 

1928 4183 JDain : Cecil, c o A. J. Murgatroyd, Esq., 23 Strutt Street 

Manchester ’ 



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Elected. Number. 

1912 2325 [Dalgliesh : Kenneth, Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, 
Victoria Embankment, E.C.4. [Central 69Q5.] 

1928 4238 }D all achy : John Eadie Waddel, 7 Orr Square, Paisley. 

[Paisley 2338.] 

1907 1760 [Dalrymple : Hugh Alexander, 178 Oxford Road, Manchester. 

1909 1919 [Dalton : Percy, “ Eden Dene,” Brampton Road, Carlisle. 

1896 1181 [Danford : Ernest Robert, 2 Newland, Northampton. 

1921 3203 [Dangerfield : Paul, Architect, Public Works Department, 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa. 

1918 2646 [Daniel : Thomas Llewelyn, 4 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, 
W.C.2. [Holborn 1891.] 

1929 4327 [Daniel : Trevor Mervyn, Sunny Bank, Abersychan, Mon. 
1926 3916 [Dann : Clifford Horace [ Distinction in Thesis ], 125 George 

Borrow Road, Norwich. 

1926 3961! ||Darby : Nicholas Henry Nelson, p.a.s.i. (Leete, French & 
Darby) ; 52 High Street, Weston-super-Mare. [Weston- 

super-Mare 695.] 

1918 2647 [ Dartn all : James Ambrose, p.a.s.i. (Arthur H. Moore & 

Dartnall, incorporating Richd. M. Roe & Bourne) ; 11 Dow- 
gate Hill, Cannon Street, E.C.4. [City 4412.] 

1928 4239 [ Davidson : Alexander John, p.a.s.i., Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; 

21 Athol Street, Douglas, Isle of Man. [Douglas 340.] 

1923 37io [Davidson : Arthur Edwin, 700 Seward Avenue, Detroit, 
Michigan, U.S-A. 

1921 3131 J Davidson : Gerald, b. arch. Liverpool ; c/o Messrs. Palmer 
& Turner, Hong Kong. 

1926 3983 J Davidson : James Henderson, dip .arch .Abdn. ; 16 Abercairn 
Road, Streatham, SAV.16. 

1910 2047 J Davidson- : John Adam (Robinson & Davidson) [6 Clarence 

Avenue, Londonderry], 1 Richmond Street, Londonderry, 
Ireland. [Londonderry 147.] 

1921 3204 [Davidson : Samuel, 9 Cardigan Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

1921 3205 [Davidson : William Alexander, dip. arch. Abdn. ; 19 Brim- 

mond Place, Balnaeask, Torrv, Aberdeenshire. 

1876 128 Davies : Charles William [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 

1875-76], “ Bredon,” 31 Brookland Rise, Golders Green, 
N.W.ii. 

1920 \ 2867 [Davies : David Owen Harris, 6 Grange Road, Erdington, 

to f Birmingham. 

1924I 
1928 1 

1928 4240 [Davies : Edward Foulkes [Aberdeen School of Architecture] ; 

Quarry Farm, Flint, N. Wales. 

1922 3472 [Davies : Harold Hinchcliffe (Harold E. Davies & Son), 

Wellington Buildings, The Strand, Liverpool. [Liverpool 
Bank 5667.] 

1909 1920 [Davies : Horace Francis, f.s.i. ; 28 Grange Road, Brook 

Lane, Chester. 

1921 3298 [Davies : Idris, P.O. Box 196, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East 

Africa. 

1920 3079 [Davies : John Percival Wilkins. 

1911 2215 [Davies: William Frederick, “Norton,” Crescent Avenue, 

Formbv, Lancs. 

1910 2048 [Davis: Claude William, 30 Meadwav, N.W.i 1, [Speedwell 

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1921 

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1922 

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1901 

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1919 
1927 

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1923 

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■Number. 

1x57 J Davis : Ernest Rueben Orton, 21 Minehead Street, Leicester. 
2153 JDavis : Philip Wolf [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1906-07], 
30 Bedford Gardens, Campden Hill, N.W.8. 

2648 J Davis : Sydney William, Trust Houses, Ltd., Architect’s 
Department, Short’s Gardens, Drury Lane, W.C.2. 

2566 f Davison : William Robert, Works Department, Custom 
House, Shanghai, China. 

3299 JDawbarn : Graham Richards, M.A.Cantab. [.Saxon Snell 

Prizeman 1927] [12 Spencer Road, Strawberry Hill, Middle- 
sex] ; 1 Montague Street, W.C.i. [Museum 9323.] 

1205 JDawe : Sydney [83 High Street, Watford — Watford 792] ; 

“ West Winds,” The Drive, Rickmans worth. 

3473 t Dawson : Harvey Alexander, c/o Bank of Montreal, 9 Water- 
loo Place, S.W.i. 

3779 J Dawson : James Stott, dip. arch .Abdn. ; 18 Leinster Square, 
Hyde Park, W.2. 

2457 J Dawson : William Frederick, 129 Albion Street, Leeds. 
[Leeds 22321.] 

1384 JDay : Harry Daborn, R.M.D.4, Victoria, British Columbia, 
Canada. 

4241 JDay : Ronald Frederick Richard, A.A.Diploma ; Atlas 
Buildings, St. George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

3300 JDean : Francis Moorhouse, 22 Kilmartin Avenue. Norburv. 

S.W.16. 


1921 JDean : William, 29 Chandos Road, Willesden Green,' N.W. 

1385 JDean : William Mackereth, Ash Tree House, Horton Kirby, 
Kent. 

2869 JDear : Frank Twydale, 72 Strathbrook Road, Streatham 
Common, S.W. 

1008 J Dearden : Henry, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; Borough Surveyor 
Town Hall, Dewsbury. 

3840 JDeas : Thomas Victor, dip .arch. G1 as. ; Vicarsford, Drum- 
bathie Road. Airdrie, Scotland. 

1543 JDelbridge : William John (Reid, Delbridge & FaHon), 
47 Parliament Street, Cape Town, South Africa. [Cape Town 
Central 606.] 

3132 J Dempster : John Austin, “ Ballochmyle,” The Warren, 
Carshalton Beeches, Surrev. 

1762 J Denny : Alexander Cochran, Lloyds Bank Chambers, East 
Grinstead, Sussex. [East Grinstead 174.] 

3527 JDent : Alwyn Ronald, ii King’s Bench Walk, Temple E C 
[Central 2776.] ’ 

2720 J Derry : Douglas Charles Lawford, 75 Clifton Court, Maida 
Vale, N.W .8. 


4074 Jde Silva : James Frederick Leopold, “ Carlton House ” Mora- 
tuwa, Ceylon. 

3711 JDeuchar : Charles Cunnold, Public Works Department 
Union Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa 
3632 JDevereux: Walter Alan, A.A.Diploma ; c o The Architectural 
Association, 34, 35, 36 Bedford Square, W.C 1. 

1415 | Devlin : William John, 4 Stafford Street, Edinburgh. 

2374 JDewhirst : Ralph Henry, Parliament Mansions, Victoria 
Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 6738 ] 

4353 JDey : James Bowman c o Public Works Department, Union 
Buildings, Pretona, South Africa. 


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Elected. Number. 

1928 4242 [Dicker : (Miss) Alma Josephine, A.A.Diploma ; 29 Wharton 

Street, Lloyd Square, W.C.i. 

1895 1107 [Dickie : Professor Archibald Campbell, m.a. ; Director of the 

Manchester School of Architecture, The Victoria University, 
Manchester. 

1918 2649 [Dicksee : Harold John Hugh [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 

at A.A. 1914], 22 Portman Street, W.i. [Mayfair 4713.] 
1893 967 [Dixon : Albert Edward (Beevers & Dixon), 26 Park Row, 

Leeds. [Leeds 26422.] 

1923 3636 [Dixon : Charles Guy, 40 Wolseley Road, Crouch End, N.8. 

1906 1658 [Dixon : Ernest John, 31 Upton Road, Slough. 

1921 32o6fjDiX0N : Percy Sidney, p.a.s. 1. ; 128 Algernon Road, Lewisham, 
S.E.13. 

1908 1885 [Dixon : Reginald (Dixon & Floyd), 83 Colmore Row, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 6639.] 

1927 4107 [Dobie": William Harrower Glen, dip. arch. L iverpool ; 

The Temple, 24 Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 
3S7°-1 

1902 1416 [Dobson : Walter Ernest, 8 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C. 

1929 4354 [Docking : Stanley James, b.arch. L iverpool ; 5 Lansdowne 

Place, North Shore, Blackpool. 

1909 1980 [Dod : Edwin James, 51 North John Street, Liverpool. 

1914 2458 [Dod : Harold Alfred, M.A.Liverpool (Willink & Dod) ; 

Cunard Building, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 4726.] 

1890 806 [Doe : Herbert William, 150 Effra Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1921 3133 [Doll : Mordaunt Henry Caspars, M.A.Cantab. (C. FitzRoy 

Doll & Sons); 5 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.i. 
[City 8313.] 

1905 16291 [Doll : Otto Sigismund, iza Lawrence Street, Chelsea, S.W. 

1881 361 Dollar : Peter, f.s.i. ; Craig’s Court House, Charing Cross, 

S.W. [Gerrard 6117.] 

1921 3301 [Donald : James, DiP.ARCH.Abdn.; 28 Second Avenue, West :r 

Auchinioch, Lenzie, by Glasgow. 

1919 2781 [Donaldson : Benjamin, i9Treheme Road, HighWest Jesmond, 

Newcastle-upon-T yne . 

1908 1847 [Donaldson : Frank, Bedford Lodge, Bishop Auckland. 

1 925 3780 [Donaldson : Robert Weir, b.arch. L iverpool [R.I.B.A. Archi- 
bald Dawnay Scholar 1923] ; Department of Works and Public 
Buildings, Ministry of Finance, Government of Northern 
Ireland, Castle Arcade, Belfast. 

1897 1219 [ Dorman : Charles Henry, 53 Abington Street, Northampton. 

1919 2782 [Dougill : Wesley, M.A.Liverpool, b.arch. L iverpool [Institute 

Medallist ( Drawings ) 1923] ; Lynroyd, Tower Road South, 
Heswall, Cheshire. 

1901 1358 [Douglass : Henry Archibald, “ St. Nicholas,” Coulsdon 

Rise, Coulsdon, Surrey, 

1912 2266[[Dovaston : John, District Surveyor for Finsbury [“ Little 
Croft,” Hillcroft Crescent, Ealing, W.5], 378 St. John Street, 
E.C.i. [Clerkenwell 9232.] 

1912 2267 [Dowdeswell : Frank (Keys & Dowdeswell), Battery Road, 

Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

1896 1163 [Down: Arthur, Underclyffe, Stockton Heath, Warrington. 

1906 1706 [Downs : Harry Beecroft, Shaw Side, Guiseley, Yorks. 

1910 2095 [ Dowswell : Harry Royden, b.arch. M cGill ; (Room 81 1), 

no East 42nd Street, New York, U.S.A. 


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Sen*] 

Elected. Number. 

1926 3917 I Doyle : Stanley Hodgson, Calverley Chambers, Victoria 

Square, Leeds. [Leeds 26902.] 

1920 2870 [ Draffin : Malcolm Keith, New Zealand Insurance Buildings, 

Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1921 3302 [Drake : Francis Milverton (Shayler & Drake), Dana 

Chambers, Shrewsbury. [Shrewsbury 2803.] 

1928 4243 [Driver : Samuel Roland, 20 Richmond Mount, Headingley, 

Leeds . 

1906 1659 [Drummond : Bertram, f.s.i., President of the Blackpool and 

Fylde Architectural Society, 54 Adelaide Street, Fleetwood, 
Lancs. 

1927 4108 [Drummond : James, 57 Sussex Road, Harrow, Middlesex. 

1928 4244 [Drury : Henry Myles Reilly, A.A.Diploma ; 3 Colleton 

Crescent, Exeter. 

1918 2650 [Duckworth : Alfred, “ Steenbecque,” Beech Grove, Knott 
End, near Fleetwood, Lancs. 

1915 2586 [Duncan: Alexander MacLauchlan, F.s.A.Scot. ; c/oEngineer- 
in-Chief, Customs House, Shanghai, China. 

1920 2964 [Duncan : Ronald Aver (Percy Tubbs, Son & Duncan), 

39 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Hoi born' 

9631-] 

1923 3b33 [Dunn : Alick Stead, City Architect, Bombay Municipality, 
Bombay, India. 

1882 364 Dunn : John George, “ Westlands,” Anchorage Road, Sutton 

Coldfield. 

1926 3984 [Dunphy : (Miss) Xorah, b. arch. Liverpool ; Donnybrook, 
Llandudno. 


2963 [Durnford : William John, “ Rufus,” 4 Litchfield Way, 
Hampstead Garden Suburb, N.W.n. 

3985 [Durnin : Leo, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; 66 Blenheim Place Aberdeen 

4109 [Durward : Francis, “ San Ramon,” Oakhill Road Aberdeen 

3 888[ !Dury : Alan Buxton, 5 Copthall Buildings, Copthall Avenue 
E.C.2. [City 8475.] 

1256 [Duthoit: John Frederick, 3 Camden Crescent, Dover; and 
4 St. Margarets Street, Canterbury. [Canterbury 125/I 
: P-a- 3 - 1 . 1 § Avondale Mount, Shipley, Yorks. 

1886 [Dyke : David Nichols, o.b.e. ; H.M. Office of Works, West- 
minster, S.W. 

1544 [Dykes : George, jun 112 East 19th Street, New York City, 
L .S.A. [N A .C. Algonquin 7487.] 

2783 [Dyson : Ernest Vincent (Athron & Dyson), Dolphin 
Chambers, Market Place, Doncaster. [Doncaster 447.] 


1923 

t893 

1921 

1894 

1894 


1892 


3713 [Eales : William Henderson, 
999 [Earle : Major Frank, s.r.e.s. ; 
Preston, Lancs. 


Lilydale, \ ictoria, Australia. 
R.E. Office, Fulwood Barracks, 


1018 JEarnshaw • t^ L p Hicks, 23 Massie Street, Cheadle, Cheshire. 
1018 [Earnshaw John Robert, 23 Massie Street, Cheadle Cheshire. 
1059 [Easdale : Robert Andrew (R. A . Easdale & Son)’ ’ [“ ^den- 
holme, Smawthorne Lane Castlefordl • r<c. , 

Castleford, Yorks. [Castleford 58 ] ’ Chambers, 

905 s PRINGF rT k Soane Medallht I ®95> AldwinckU 

£^TimS SUSSeX ChamberS ’ 60 Cameron S&. Ounces- 



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1928 4184 [Easton : Ronald Pern, “ Journey’s End,” 12 Stucley Road, 

Osterley, Middlesex. 

1922 3528 [Eastwood : Frederick George, “ Claim te,” Hengistbury 
Road, Southbourne, Hants. 

1914 2526 [Ebbs : Edward Harold Montague (Haynes Johnson & 
Ebbs), Queen Anne Chambers, Church Street, Basingstoke, 
Hants [Basingstoke 308]; and at 95AHigh Street, Winchester. 
[Winchester 209.] 

1921 3305 [Eberlin : Albert Edgar, m.c. (Baily & Eberlin) ; 44 Parliament 

Street, Nottingham. [Nottingham 44419.] 

1911 2217 JEdeson : Charles Alva, “ Killinagh,” Berryhill Lane, Notting- 

ham Road, Mansfield. 

1920 2871 [Edgecumbe : John Harold, Argus Buildings, Hamilton, New 
Zealand. 

1906 1708 % Edleston : Ernest Harcourt, Bank Chambers, Nantwich. 

1907 1815 [Edmonds : Leonard William, 50 Wharfedale Gardens, 

Thornton Heath, Surrey. 

1927 4054 [Edmunds : Edwyn Emrys, “ Ilston House,” 94 Mansel Street, 

Swansea. [Swansea 5438.] 

1909 1982 [Edwards : Alfred Hewlett, c o Maintenance Division, 

H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1929 4328 [Edwards : Arthur Stanley (Arthur Edwards & Son), Kings 

Court, 1 15 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 943 .] 

1919 2721 [ Edwards : Arthur Trystan, M.A.Oxon. ; 3 Gray’s Inn 
Square, W.C. 1 . [Chancery 7862.] 

1928 418s [Edwards : Donald Thomas, 14 Berwyn Road, Tulse Hill, 

S.E.24. 

1919 2722 [Edwards : John Ralph, 7 Unity Street, College Green, Bristol. 

[Bristol 1492.] 

1920 2967 [Edwards : Kenneth Drew (Walter Brand & K. Drew Edwards), 

33 Bowling Green Street, Leicester. [Leicester 58462.] 

1922 3411 [Edwards : Wilfrid Bythell, b.arch. Liverpool (Edwards & 

Silcock) ; Victoria Villa, Flint, N. Wales. 

1919 2784 [Eiloart: Ronald Edward, “Little Zeal,” South Brent, 
Devon. 

1927 4080 [Elder : Robert Walter, “ Castlewood,” Greenock Avenue, 

Cathcart, Glasgow. [Glasgow Langside 1253.] 

1925 3791 [Elijah : Samson Abraham, Room No. 105, Mahendra Man- 

sions, Esplanade Road, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1905 i6 3 o*[ELKINGTON : GEORGE LEONARD (Geo. Elkington & 
Son), Norfolk House, Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.4. 
[Royal 7730.] 

1910 2096 [Elkington : Hylton Basil (Geo. Elkington & Son), Norfolk 

House, Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.4. [Royal 7730.] 

1895 H23 [Elkins : Hyla Edward, 27 Lyndhurst Gardens, Church End, 

Finchley, N. 

1928 4165 [Ellerton : Edmund Mouat-Keith, a.a. Diploma ; The School 

of Architecture, The University, Liverpool. 

1927 4081 [Ellicott : Langford Pannell, The Gate Cottage, Monken 
Hadley, Barnet, Herts. 

1905 1602 [Ellis : George Rowland, “ Kemmendine,” 69 Barton Road, 

Worsley, near Manchester. 

3530 [Ellis : Jack, “ Hathaway,” Wallenger Avenue, Gidea Park, 
Essex. 


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1928 4186 JEllis : (Miss) Mary Feodore Ruth, a.a. Diploma [Owen Jones 
Student 1927] ; 44 Clarendon Road, Holland Park, W.n. 
[Park 2074.] 

1913 2417 J Ellis : T. Gordon, 27 & 28 Court Chambers, St. Andries Street, 

Pretoria, South Africa. 

1916 2617 JEllison : Robert Kitching, to John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 
[Temple Bar 2654.] 

1919 2785 J Els worth : Captain Lancelot Andrew (Walgate & Elsworth), 

Hilliard’s Chambers, Church Square, CapeTown, South Africa. 
[T.A. “ Vesica,” Cape Town. — Central 4461.] 

1921 3134 IElsworth : William, “ The Clough,” Whitesmocks, Durham . 

1905 1631 JEly : George Frederick, 29 South Park Hill Road, Croydon. 

1921 3135 JEmberton : Joseph, Chesham House, 136 Regent Street, W.i. 

[Gerrard 9611.] 

1908 1888 JEmerson : Harry Valentine Milnes, Underwood, Speer Road, 

Thames Ditton. 

1900 1333 J Emerson : William Ernest, Carlton Chambers, 4 Regent 

Street, S.W. [Regent 3095.] 

1920 2968 JEmes : James Albert, Cawthome, Stanley Park Road, Carshal- 

ton, Surrey. 

1914 2459 J England : Ernest Sugden, 12 Clegg Street, Oldham. [Old- 

ham 963.] 

1928 4187 J England : Norman Roderick, 24 Bromley Road, St. Annes-on- 
the-Sea. 

1928 4159 JEnglefield : Ian Ulmer, “ Cherryview,” Megg Lane, Chipper- 
field, Herts. 

1925 3792 JEnthoven : Roderick Eustace, a.a. Diploma (Pakington, 
Enthoven & Grey) ; 2 Bedford Square, W.C.i . [Museum 421 1 j 

1921 3306 JEprile : Cecil Jacob [22 Pembury Road, Westcliff, Essex.— 

Southend 554], 107 Jermyn Street, St. James’s’ SW i 
[Gerrard 1182.] 

1927 4082 JErith : Raymond Charles, A.A.Diploma (B. S. Hume & R. C. 

Erith) [R.I.B.A. Howard Colls Student 1922I ; q Warwick 
Street, Regent Street, W.I. [Regent 6319 ] 

1925 3889J; IIEvans : Benjamin Edward, f.s.i. (J. & B. E. Evans) ; 42 Stepney 

Street, Llanelly. [Llanelly 198.] * 

1921 3136 J Evans : Eric Ewart, 17 Beresford Foad, Oxton Cheshire 

1920 2969 t E vans : Henry Goronwy, 35 Eastland Road, Ne’ath Glam’ 

1927 4110 [Evans : Herbert Bartholomew, 9 Milton Avenue, Highgate, 


1918 


1911 

1927 

1924 

1902 


2651 I Evans : Thomas Cwmanne (T . Jay Evans & Son) [ S4 Chartfield 

wTlv ey V S -cw Putn ^ 5 « 7 i], 120-122 Victoria 
Street, Westminster, S.W .1. (Victoria 9538-9^0 1 

21SS IE^^Thomas Glynne, 20 Prescot Drive, Newsham Park, 

4055 t E vans- Vaughan : George Frederick [Distinction in Thesis ], 

tFvJ r n r 6 ' An «hsea Road, Kingston-onThames. 

3774 JEve Cecil George W illiam, B.A.Lond. (Gordon Jewis) ; 

16 Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 0766 ] J ’ 

1417 JEwing : James, 97 Derwent Road, Palmer’s Green, N. 


1925 

1925 


3841 JFahy : Conor Patrick, 33 Leppoc Road, Clapham S W a 
3793 IFairhurst: Philip Garland, m. a. (arch. )Mancr ^’ Chancery 

^ 39 ?™ 8 G * r< ‘““' [Manchester^clty 



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Elected. Number. 

1886 577 J Fairley : James McLellan, 19 Grange Road, Edinburgh. 

1923 3531 JFare : Arthur Cecil, r.w.a. ; 4 and 5 Bridge Street, Bath. 
[Bath 249.] 

1918 2652 JFarey : Cyril Arthur [Tite Prizeman 1913, Soane Medallist 

1914], 7 Bedford Square, W.C.i. [Museum 2420.] 

1928 4188 JFarman : Albert Lawrence, 79 Clarendon Road, W.n. 

[Park 8639.] 

1925 3842 JFarquhar : Ludovic Gordon, F.s.A.Scot., dip. arch. Glas. ; 

404 East 59th Street, New York City, U.S.A. 

1906 1709 J Farrar : George Arthur, Admiralty Offices, Rosyth, Scotland. 

1902 1456 JFarrar : Richard Fielding, 62 Avenue Hill, Harehills, Leeds. 

1919 2786 JFarrer : John Camplin, f.s.i. (John Farrer & Sons) ; 2 

Coleman Street, E.C.2. [London Wall 0989.] 

1922 3532 J Farrier : Archibald Victor, 7 Thornton Hill, Wimbledon, 

S.W.19. [Wimbledon 2865] ; and The Old Gore Bam, 
Eastdean, near Eastbourne. [Eastdean 39.] 

1921 3307 } Fawcett : George Herbert, 3 York Place, Scarborough. 

1923 3714 JFearn : Stanley Walter, 156 Upper Willis Street, Wellington, 

New Zealand. 

1921 3137 IFeirn : John Laurence, Chief Engineer’s Office, Burma 

Railways Co. Ltd., Rangoon, Burma. 

1926 3987 JFelgate : Eric George, Borough Architect, The Gas Offices, 

Cook Lane, Keighley. [Keighley 219.] 

1929 4300 JFellowes : Norton Alexander, B.ARCH.McGill ; 1178 Phillips 

Place (Room No. 206), Montreal, P.Q., Canda. 

1921 3208 JFeltham : Stanley Crathern, Architectural Department, 

Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 

1924 3744 J Ferguson : James Donald, DiP.ARCH.Glas. ; 16 North Avenue, 

Cambuslang, Lanarkshire. 

1921 3308 J Ferguson : Robert Wemyss, 41 Ladysmith Road, Blackford 

Hill, Edinburgh. 

1914 2504 JFetherstonhaugh : Harold Lea, B.ARCH.McGill ; Castle 
Building, 1410 Stanley Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1910 2097 JFiddaman : William Alfred Masters, “ Browntiles,” Ark- 
wright Road, Sanderstead, Surrey. [Purley 1808.] 

1922 3412 t Fielder : George Harold, “ Meadowsweet,” East Lane, 

Horsley, Surrey. 

1920 2970 JFildes : Geoffrey Philip, 73 St. George’s Road, S.W.i. 

1918 2653 JFilkins : Edwin William, 36 New Road, Gravesend. 

1924 3745 :[ Fillmore : Cecil Ernest Millard, Newhall Chambers, 

8 Newhall Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 5852.] 
1920 2872 J Finch : Clifford Horace, Lord Street, Roseville, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

1918 2654 JFincham : Edward, 4 Orsett Road, Grays, Essex; and Marks 
Tey, Colchester. [Tilbury 146.] 

1923 3656 JFinlayson : Malcolm, c/o The Department of Works, Can- 

berra, Federal Capital Territory, Australia. 

1910 2052 JFinn : Edwin, “Tanglyn,” Crouch Oak Lane, Addlestone, 
Surrey. 

1926 3963JHF1RTH : James Ernest, 19 Tentercroft Street, Lincoln. 

1920 3081 j Firth : Joseph Percy, 4 King Street, Wakefield. 

1897 i225*JFisher : Henry George, 6 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 
S.W.i. 

1920 2971 JFisher : Henry Nettleton, m.c. [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 
1913-14! ; 7 Barrington Road, Crouch End, N.8. 


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1919 2787 J Fisher : Kenneth John, Southedge House, Hipperholme, 

near Halifax, Yorks. 

1927 41 1 1 JFisher: Walter Robert Fitzgibbon, b. a. Cantab., a. a. D iploma ; 

11 Victoria Grove, Kensington, W.8. [Kelvin 9332.] 

1927 4112 J F itton : Roderick Arthur (T. A. Fitton & Son), Corporation 

Chambers, 19A Corporation Street, Manchester. [Manchester 
Central 7630.] 

1906 1710 J Fitzgerald : Francis Henry, Architect, Alworth Building, 

Duluth, U.S.A. 

1909 1984 J Fitzgerald : George Edmonds, 35 Gresham Buildings, St. 

Andries Street, Pretoria, South Africa. 

1909 1985 | Fleming : Herbert Sidney, m.c. (W. J. Kieffer & H. S. 

Fleming) ; 83 Pall Mall, S.W.i. [Gerrard 4540.] 

1897 1246 ^Fleming : James Richard, 86 Barcombe Avenue, Streatham 

Hill, S.W.2. 

1891 882 ^Fleming : Owen, Toys Hill, Brasted, Kent. [Brasted 1X2.] 

1922 3534 J Flutter : Anthony Thomas, 66 West Side, Wandsworth 

Common, S.W.i 8. 

1894 1 1038-ftFoGERTY : Major John Frederick, t.d., b.e. ; P.O. Box 112, 
to ' Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia. 

1916 1 
1927 ! 

1919 2788 J Foote : Alexander Allan, 106 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh Central 1749.] 

1921 3251 JForbes : Arthur B., 810 Grosvenor Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada. 

1926 3964! ^Forbes : Robert Gerrard, P.O. Box 307, Kampala, Uganda, 

East Africa. 

1896 1191 JFord : John [2 Esplanade, Seaton, Devon. — Seaton 28], Lower 

House, Branscombe. Beer, S.O., Devon. 

1920 2873 J Ford : Thomas Francis (Ford & Harkess) [Ashpitel Prizeman 

1919, Distinction in Thesis ], [“ Holmleigh,” Day’s Lane, 
Sidcup, Kent.— Sidcup 534] ; 35 Finsbury Square, E.C.2 
[Clerkenwell 1370.] 

1923 3715 t F oreman : Leslie Robert, 123 Hollingbury Road, 

Brighton. 

1921 3138 JForgie : Alexander Garden, mp.ARCH.Edin. ; c /o City 

Architect, Public Works Office, City Chambers, Edinburgh. 

1922 3375 JForshaw : John Henry, m.c., M.A.Liverpool, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; 

__ Home, Sandy Lane, Cheam, Surrey. [Sutton 2538.] 

192S 3 8 43 JForster : Edward, B.A.Lond. ; 1 Leaside Avenue Muswell 

Hill, N.io. 

1906 171 1 X Forster: Frank Jamieson, “ The White House,” Deepdene 

Avenue, Dorking, Surrey. [Dorking 248.] 

1908 1891 J Forsyth : Charles, Woodhouse, Causewayhead Road Stirling 
1919 2704 JFortescue : George Alan, 32 Beauchamp Place’ S W 3". 

[Sloane 7315.] ’ 

1913 2408 J Foster : Francis Roland, 84 St. Francois Xavier Street, 

Montreal, Canada. 

1906 1712 ^Foster : Frank Burwell, “ Femleigh,” Cleeve Hill, near 
Cheltenham. 

1919 2789 t Foster : William Sydney, Borough Surveyor’s Department, 
Town Hall, Ipswich. 

1919 2790 J Foster-Turner : Frederick Wentworth, Public Works Decart - 
ment, Jerusalem, Palestine. 



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Elected. Number. 

1926 3988 [Foubister : Peter John Malcolm Johnstone, Public Works 

Department, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

1916 2618 [Foulkes : Sidney Colwyn, Central Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 

1914 2527 [Fowell : Joseph Charles, 72B King Street, Sydney, New 

South Wales, Australia. 

1921 3139 [Fowler : Cyril William (J. E. Newberry & C. W. Fowler) 

[14 The Vale, Golders Green, N.W.11. — Speedwell 2781.] 
Parliament Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 
IS 99 -] 

1928 4245 [Fowler : Donald Alexander, 108 Church Street, Inverness. 

1927 4056 j F owl.er : Ernest Elias, p.a.s.i. ; 77 Englefield Road, Southgate 

Road, N.i. 

1904 1545 [Fowler : Henry Tutty, 6 Cornwallis Street, Barrow-in- 

Fumess. [Barrow-in-Furness 263.] 

i 9 2 5 3813! ||Fox : Charles William, “ Elmlodge,” Elmwood, Welwyn 

Garden City, Herts. 

1921 3140 [Francis : Bernard Thomas, Architect’s Department, County 

Education Office, St. Mary’s Gate, Derby. 

1922 3535 [Francis : Cecil William, 29 Golders Rise, Hendon, N.W.4. 

1915 2567 [Francis : George Eric [Ashpitel Prizeman 1914], Architect, 

Public Works Department, Sudan Government, Khartoum, 
Sudan. 

1922 3536 [Fraser: Bright [Victory Scholarship 1921], The Shanghai Land 

Investment Co., Ltd., 28 Jinkee Road, Shanghai, China. 

1928 4246 [Fraser : Roderick Donald, c/o Messrs. Booty & Edwards, 

Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

1906 1661 [Fraser: Thomas Speirs (Cullen, Lochhead & Brown), “ Black- 

holm,” 18 South Park Road, Hamilton, Scotland. [Hamilton 4.] 

1920 2874 [Frater : Robert (Tulloch & Fitzsimons), 21 Castle Place, 

Belfast. [Belfast 797.] 

1890 800 [Frazer: James William, 132 Steadman Street, Moncton, N.B., 

Canada. 

1921 3309 [Frear : Ernest, Cyril Road, Blake Road, West Bridgford, 

Notts. 

1905 1605 [Freeman : Willie Josiah, 17 Blagrave Street, Reading. 

1921 3310 [Frew: James Allen, p.a.s.i.; 22 Danehurst Road, Wallasey, 

Cheshire. 

1914 2462 [Friskin : William Wallace (Allan & Friskin) [ Ashpitel 
Prizeman 1913, Distinction in Thesis ], 26 Castle Street, Dundee. 
[Dundee 2319.] 

1921 3141 [Fritchley : George Bowen, 6 & 7 Clive Road, Calcutta, 

India. 

1924 3746 [Fry: Edwin Maxwell, b.arch. Liverpool (Adams, Thompson & 

Fry); 121 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 
7087.] 

1928 4247 [Fry : Francis Stephen (Turner & Fry) [39 Walliscote Road, 

Weston-super-Mare], National Provincial Bank Chambers, 
Weston-super-Mare . 

1922 3537 [Fryer: Edgar, 25 St. Lawrence Road, North Kensington, W. 10. 
1927 4113 [Furois : Louis Phillippe, Room 601, Can. Nat. Express 

Building, 95 McGill Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1920 2972 [Furner : Arthur Stanley (Kallenbach, Kennedy & Fumer), 

Sacke’s Buildings, Commissioner and Joubert Streets, 
P.O. Box 2493, Johannesburg, South Africa. [T.A. “ Kalrey.” 
— Johannesburg Central 434 2 -] 



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igi6 2606 JFyfe : James Simpson, Housing Architect to the City or 
Leicester, Wyggeston House, 18 Highcross Street, Leicester. 
[Leicester 5951-2.] 

1927 4114 JFyvie : Horace (Rhodes-Harrison & Fyvie),- P.O. Box 491, 
Bloemfontein, South Africa. [Bloemfontein 491.] 

1922 3538 JGadd : George Cyril, Town Hall Chambers, Bromsgrove, 

Worcestershire. [Bromsgrove 173.] 

1927 4115 J Galbraith : Thomas McKay, “ Gordon House,” Holden Road, 

Wednesbury, Staffs. 

1916 2607 tGALE : Charles Henry, m.inst.c.e. ; Stuston Lodge, near Diss, 

: ' Suffolk. 

1925 3^44 } Gale : Dermot William Fauntleroy, 280 Walsh Street, 

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1921 3311 JGale : George Alex (Kersey, Gale & Spooner), 91 Moorgate, 

E.C.2. [Central 4412.] 

1921 3312 JGallie : Charles Robertson, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; Borough 

Engineer and Surveyor’s Office, Mansfield. 

1906 1714 t Gandy : Edward Hall [Cooden Halt, Cooden, Sussex. 

— Cooden 114.], Dixgate, Benenden, Kent. [Benenden 45.] 
1911 2220 JGarbutt : Wilfred Thomas, Moss Croft, Chevin Crescent, 

Menston-in-Wharfedale. 

1928 4248 J Gardiner : James Andrew', B.ARCH.Svdney ; 61 Bulkara Road, 

Bellevue Hill, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 

1928 4189 J Gardiner : Kenneth Edward Frederick, (Stonehouse, Payne 
& Gardiner), 66 Permanent Buildings, Harrison Street, 
Johannesburg, S. Africa. [Johannesburg Central 7825] 

1927 4057 J Gardner : Alfred Herbert, 39 High Street, Warwick. 

1928 4190 J Gardner : Edwin Alexander, b.arch .M cGill (Burgess & 

Gardner, 53 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) ; 121 
Broadway Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 

1928 4249 J Garnett : George Stancliffe, 16 Alexandra Road, Ansdell, 
Lytham, Lancs. 

1919 2791 t Garrard : Cyril Proctor, The Hollies, Holbrook, Ipswich. 
1918 2655 t Garrett : Sidney Colston (Thomas Garrett & Son), 34 Ship 

Street, Brighton. [Brighton P.O. 840.] 

1928 4191 JGarthside : Eric, b.arch. Sydney ; c/o Australia House, Strand, 
W.C.2. 

1918 2656 JGask ; John Harold, p.a.s.i. ; Stoodley, Motcombe Road, 

Branksome Park, Bournemouth. 

1902 1418 J Gaunt : Edward Lawrence, ii The Grove, Ukley. 

1909 1986 JGeen : Charles Alfred, Barrister-at-Law ; Dawson Place 

Mansions Hotel, Pembridge Square, W.2. 

1924 3775 JGeeson : Alfred Godwin [Grissell Gold Medallist 1928], 
192 Well Hall Road, Eltham, S.E.g. 

1920 2875 J Gentry : Edgar Charles, Public Works Department. New 

Delhi, India. 

1920 3082 J George : Bernard, A.A.Diploma ; 37 Kensington Mansions, 
S.W.5. [Frobisher 0864.] 

1922 3539 JGeorge : Conrad Eric, 10 Walsingham Road, Enfield, Middlesex. 

1915 2568 J George : Thomas, 89 Clifton Road, Weston-super-Mare 
1881 349 Gibbon : William Jacomb, f.s.i. ; 32 Great James Street, 

Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

1914 2464 JGibbs : Harry Beckett Swift (Gibbs, Flockton & Gibbs) [Distinc- 
tion m Thesis ], 15 St. James’s Row, Sheffield. [Sheffield 24365.] 



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1902 1458 JGibbs : Thomas Harry, Stanwynn, Preston Road, Harrow. 

1922 3540 JGilder : Framroz Nowroji, i 2th Lane, Khetwadi, Bombay, India. 

1899 1293 j Gilford : Hubert Ernest, 12 Pembridge Gardens, W.2. 

1881 278 Gillespie : Archibald, Woodstock, West Malvern, Worcs. 

1921 3313 JGimson : Humphrey Morley, St. John Street, Devizes, Wilts. 

1920 3083 JGisby : Ernest William, Public Works Department, Kuala 
Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

1925 3845 JGlashan : William, dip. arch. Abdn. ; c/o Mrs. Simpson, 

8 Chelmsford Grove, Sandyford, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1927 4058 % Glass : Charles William, m.c. ; c/o Public Works Department, 

Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 
j 922 3541 | Glass : James Scott, m.c. ; “ Eriff,” 54 Rosslyn Crescent, 
Wembley, Middlesex. 

1893 982 JGleave ; William Richard, “ Hillcrest,” Thurgarton Park, 

Thurgarton, Notts. 

1920 2974 JGlen : Alexander Graham, Dunfion, Wedderlea Drive, 

Cardonald, Glasgow. 

I 9°4 1578 JGloyne : Alfred Harry, The Old Manor Cottage, Old Town, 

Clapham, S.W. 

1925 3890JHG0DBER : Albert Edward, c/o County Architect, Aylesbury. 

1921 3142 J Godfrey : Frederick William, i Revelstoke Road, Wimbledon 

Park, S.W. 18. 

1914 2465 % Godfrey : Henry Victor, “ Acantha,” Millstrood Road, 
Whits table. 

1923 3657 f Godwin : William Jean Theodore, 33 Matheson Road, W.6. 
1892") 885 J Goldie : Thomas Inglis, Park Road, Wells, Norfolk. 

to 

1919 ( 

1927J 

1905 1607 ! Golding : Herbert Haylock, 55 Kingsmead Road, Streatham, 

S.W.2. [Streatham 3574.] 

1926 3989 J Goldsmith : Edward Felix, i Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn, 

W.C.i. 

1928 4166 JGoldstraw : George Albert, B.A.(Arch.)Mancr. ; 76 Chol- 

mondeley Road, Pendleton, Salford. 

1912 2330 JGoldstraw : Harold (Wood & Goldstraw) [“ Crowstones,” 

The Brampton, Newcastle-under-Lyme. — Newcastle-under- 
Lyme 434], Town Hall, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. [Hanley 
8048 . J 

1927 4116 J Good all : Albert Edward James, 27 Dale View Avenue, 

Chingford, E.4. 

1927 4059 J Goodin : Frederick Glanville, Architectural Department, 
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Head Office, 
Montreal, Province Quebec, Canada. 

1920 2975 J Goods all : Robert Harold, 66 Northwood Road, Tankerton- 

on-Sea, Whitstable. [Whitstable 130.] 

1920 2976 J Good win : Harry Thomas [13 The Drive, Orpington, Kent], 

43 Old Queen Street, Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 
S.W. 1. [Victoria 3394.] 

1913 2378 J Gordon : Charles Black, 19 Salisbury House, 23 Highbury 

Comer, N.5. 

1909 1955 J Gordon : Donald Macpherson, 156 Kingston Avenue, 

Montreal, Canada. 

1920 2977 J Gordon : Joseph Davison, bsc. ; 26 Com Market, Belfast. 
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1920 2978 JGordon : Percy James (D. T. Morrow & Gordon), Federal 

Mutual Chambers, 129 Pitt Street, Sydney, Australia. 
[Sydney B. 6807-8.] 

1901 1359 [Gordon : Thomas Wallis, 25 Addison Street, Nottingham. 

1920 3084 [Gossling : Hugh Foley, 29 Harewood Road, South Croydon. 

[Fairfield 5422.] 

1920 2979 [Gostling : Wilfrid Bernard, m.c. ; New Road, Broxboume, 
Herts. 

1928 4192 [Gough: Gerald Charles Purcell, 82 Queens Road, Richmond, 

Surrey. 

1908 1849 [Gould : George Harry Bertram, Hurlingham House, 

Station Road, Clacton-on-Sea. 

1906 1716 [Goulder : Arthur Christopher (Unsworth & Goulder), 8 

Conduit Street, Regent Street, W.i. [Mayfair 1728-29.] 

1922 3542 [Gower : Lawford Raymond, “ Maes-y-coed,” Shelone Road, 

Briton Ferry. 

1892 922 J Grace : William, 1 14 High Street, Watford, Herts. [Watford 

744-] 

1927 4060 [Graddon : Reuben Harold, p.a.s.i. ; 71 Virginia Street, 
Southport, Lancs. 

1909 1925 [Graham : Allan, 15 Primrose Mansions, Battersea Park, S.W. 

1923 3658 [Graham : Richard David, 21 Rosetta Avenue, Ormeau Road, 

Belfast. 

1923 3651 [Graham-Brown: Alexander Wood, Brunner Mond Building, 
41 Szechuen Road, Shanghai, China. 

1886] 586 [Granger : Professor Frank Stephen, D.Litt., M.A.Lond. 
to f [Godwin Bursar 1889] ; University College, Nottingham. 

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2657 [Grant : James Lindsay, Church Villa. Northenden, Cheshire. 

3747 [Grant : John Duncan, Borough Engineer’s Department, 

Town Hall, Woolwich, S.E.18. 

781 [Gravell : William David, “ Bramblehurst,” Esher, Surrey. 

2658 [Gray : Andrew, Balgownie, Park Avenue, St. Albans. 

3918 [Gray : Charles Clare, Si Sutton Crescent, Walsall. 

3543 [Graa : James, 4 Stafford Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 
22596.] 

2137 [Gray : James Henry (Watson, Salmond & Gray), 86 Kirkcaldv 
Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow. 

4 2 5° [Graa . (Miss) Salma Charity, 50 Fitz George Avenue, 

\\.i4. 

3919 [Green : Christopher, M.A.Oxon. (W. Curtis Green, a.r.a., & 

Partners) [AshpUel Prizeman 1925, Distinction in Thesis ] ; 
5 Pickering Place, St. James's Street, S.W.i . [T.A. Modillion, 
Piccy, London. — Regent 2893.] 

1893 Edward Rodwell, 1,5 Pi tt Street, Sydney, New 

3846 tG^^^RANC.s Ernest, A.A.Diploma ; 8 Trafalgar Square, 

3990 [G r ee>^ ^ raxk ^ Stanley Morden, 12 Richborough Road, 
Cncklewood NW.z. [Hampstead 5256.] 

"^6 Percv - LL ^ M ’J 9 Road, Sheffield. 

346 Green. Perca, ,o Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 

lUl +G^tFiEL^ L - ST T H I ILSLE p 94 Queen ’ s Roa d. Richmond, Surrey. 

3748 [Greenfield . Thomas, Easeboume, Midhurst, Sussex, 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 3847 {Greenidge : John Theodore Waterman, Univ. Lond. School 

Diploma; 28 Great Ormond Street, W.C.i. 

1920 2876 {Greenish : Frank Eggar, m.c. ; 235 Lambton Quay, Welling- 
ton, New Zealand. 

1920 3085 {Greenwell : Carlyle, b.sc. ; “ Holston,” Powell Street, 

Killara, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1922 3414 {Greenwood : James Henry, 7 Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

1903 1495 {Greenwood: William [ Ashpitel Prizeman 1902], 11 Rich- 

mond Terrace, Blackburn, Lancs. 

1925 3848 {Gregor-Grant : Garrgw, a.a. Diploma (Strange & Grant) ; 

7 London Road, Tunbridge Wells, and 20 Dudley Road, 
Tunbridge Wells. [Tunbridge Wells 919.] 

1901 *1390 {Gregory: Leolin Charles, The Dene, Cheam Road, Sutton, 

Surrey. 

1921 3144 J Gregory : William John Henry, Michaelis School of Fine Art, 

University of Cape Town, P.O. Box 594, Cape Town, South 
Africa. 

1902 t46ofJGREiG : Baxter, District Surveyor for St. Marylebone East, 

1 Newman Street, Oxford Street, W.i. [Museum 0681.) 
1927 4083 {Greig : (Miss) Jessie Marjorie, B.A.Lond. (Greig & Acworth) ; 

60 Gower Street, W.C.i. [Fitzroy 1336.] 

1919 2792 JGrellier : Cecil, m.c. (H. M. Grellier & Son), Palace 

Chambers, Bridge Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 
0178.] 

1921 3314 {Gresswell : Hugh, 77 Huron Road, Balham, S.W. 17. 

1926 3991 {Grey: John (Pakington, Enthoven & Grey), 2 Bedford Square, 

W.C.i. [Museum 42 1 1 .] 

1927 4084 {Grice : Richard Gerald, Cross House, Bootle, Cumberland. 

1920 2877 {Grierson : Hugh Cresswell, 423 New Zealand Insurance 

Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1909 1987 {Grieve : James, Z7 Oxford Road, Liscard, Wallasey. 

1886 592 {Grieves : Henry, Albany Chambers, South Shields. 

1922 3415 {Griffith : Hugh Nicholas, 21 Birchdale Road, Waterloo, 

Liverpool. 

1891 863 Griggs : Henry Jenner, p.a.s.i. (Griggs & Vaughan) ; Metro- 

politan Bank Chambers, Newport, Mon. [Newport 2724.] 

1900 1335 {Groome : Arthur Reginald, “Ambleside,” Tower Road, 

Hereford. 

1909 1926 {Groves: Christopher, “ Penlea,” Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham. 

1888 634! JGruggen : Reginald Molesworth, Woodland View, Round- 

hay, Leeds. 

1921 3211 JGrummant : Reginald Thomas, 120 Station Road, New 

Barnet, Herts. 

1904 i547*}Gunn : Edwin, 80 King’s End, Ruislip, Middlesex. 

1895 1078 {Gunn : George, 200 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow', C.2. [Glas- 

gow Central 5356.] 

1922 3544 {Gunston : Edward Leslie, San Luis, Emmer Green, Reading. 
1927 4061 {Guy : Roderick Nelson [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Silver 

Medallist 1928], “ Dalkeith,” 128 Crescent Road, South 
Woodford, E.18. 

1892 947 {Hack : Matthew Starmer, 3 Southampton Street, Blooms- 

bury Square, W.C.i. [Museum 4292.] 

1920 3086 {Hague : Horace Vincent, County Education Office, St- 
Mary’s Gate, Derby. 


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SeriaJ 

1920 2982 '"[Haigh : Norman Charles, Baroda Street, Khandallah, 

* Wellington, New Zealand. 

1923 3659 | Haile : Wilfred Lethaby, 7 South Field Road, Cotham, 

Bristol. 

1900 1336 | Haines : Captain Herbert, Alexandra Chambers, 117 Midland 

Road, Bedford. 

1896 1x54 I Hair : Charles James, 23 Portland Terrace, Southampton. 

[Southampton 4406.] 

1922 3417 [Haird : Tom William (Pick, Everard, Keay & Gimson, 

6 Millstone Lane, Leicester — Leicester 60825), 29 Eastfield 


Road, Leicester. 

1892 939 [Hale : Alfred (“ Batemans ”) [28 Victoria Street, West- 

minster, S.W.r. — Victoria 5228], 18 Bennett’s Hill, Birming- 
ham. [Birmingham Central 2099.] 

1920 2983 JHaie: Percy Edward, 8 Grena Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

1921 3145 [Halfhide : Frederic William (O’Donoghue & Halfhide), 

5 Great Turnstile, High Holbom, W.C.i. [Chancery 7027.] 
1924 3734 [Hall : Alexander Sergeant, Normanby Chaiqbers, 430 

Chancery Lane, Melbourne, Australia. [Melbourne F.6403.] 
1901 1392 [Hall : Charles Llewellyn, The Glyn, Whalley, Lancs. 

1929 4329 [Hall : Douglas, dip.arch. Liverpool ; The White Cottage, 

Bangor, North Wales. 

1928 4193 [Hall : George Albert Victor, B.ARCH.Liverpool (Hall & 

Hall) ; 34 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong. 

1922 3545 [Hall : Herbert James, i Thornton Road, East Sheen, 

S.W.14. 

1901 1391 [Hall : John Percy, 6 Victoria Grove, Kensington, W. 

1923 3716 [Hall : Leslie William, 282 St. Albans Road, Watford, Herts. 

1919 2793 [Hall : Robert Brearley, 107 Pixmore Way, Letchworth. 

1923 3717 [Halliday : Franklyn Leslie (Halliday & Agate), 14 John 

Dalton Street, Manchester. [Manchester Central 3140.] 

1901 X393f[HALSE : Sidney Joseph, 13 Yuen Ming Yuen Road, Shanghai, 
China. 

1917 2627 [Hamilton: Andrew Blayxey [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 

at A. A. 1915], Box 11581, G.P.O., Wellington. New Zealand. 

1929 4330 [Hamilton : Archibald Oliphant, “ Dalveen,” 71 Langside 

Road, Newlands, Glasgow. 

1920 2984 [Hamilton : Ian Bogle Monteith, B.A.Oxon. [R.I.B.A. 

Donaldson Medallist 1912-it]; 16 Old Buildings, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C. 

1928 4251 [Hamilton : John Visick, a.a. Diploma ; The Vicarage, 
Windsor, Berks. 

1920 2874 [Hamilton : Robert Bell, The Metropolitan Building, 89-91 
Queen Street, Melbourne, Australia. [Melbourne — Central 

4527-1 

1920 2985 [Hamilton : Thomas Cressey, Colquhoun Drive, Bearsden, 

near Glasgow. 

1921 3 1 47*[ HAM LYN : WILLIAM HENRY, 56 Waldegrave Park, 

Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Middlesex. 

1913 2420 [Hammond : Frederick Millett, 108 Arncliffe Terrace, 

Legrams Lane, Bradford. 

1906 j 1663 [Hampshire : Ernest Llewellyn, C Studio, 139 Alexandra Road, 
to y St. John’s Wood, N.W.8. 

1918 ( 



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Elected. Number. 

1922 3547 [Hampton : James Frederick, 3 Smarden Place, Maidstone 

Road, Paddock Wood. [Paddock Wood 81.] 

19x3 2421 [Hands : Joseph Garnet, Argyle Lodge, South Road, Forest. 
Hill, S.E. 

1920 2879 [Hannaford : Leonard Gordon, 10 Hertford Drive, Wallasey, 
Cheshire. 

1906 1664 | Hanson : George (Glendinning & Hanson), Albany Chambers, 

15 Commercial Street, Halifax. [Halifax 3079.] 

1908 1850 JH anton : Peter Kydd, Ridge Side, Totteridge Green, N.20. 

[Finchley 4514.] 

1923 3660 [Hardie : John Stewart, 165 Mill Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool. 

1911 2224 [Harding : Charles Alfred, DiP.ARCH.Glas. (Percy L. Browne & 

Son) ; Pearl Buildings, Northumberland Street, Newcastle- 
upon-T yne . [Newcastle Central 2 1 5 .] 

1922 3418 [Harding : Fred Harold, Heddon House, Beechfield Avenue,. 

Birstall, Leicester. 

1901 1394 [Harding: George Robinson Cuthbert, 29 Broadgate, 

Lincoln. 

1920 2880 [Hardy : Philip (Seal & Hardy), Hampstead House, Yelverton 

Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 2861.] 

1920 3087 [Hardy : Thomas Charles, c/o James G. Aitchison, Esq., 170 

Hope Street, Glasgow. 

1907 1766 [Hargreaves : John Horner, Niblic Hut, Mayfield Road, St. 

Annes-on-Sea, Lancs. 

1927 4x17 [Hargroves: (Miss) Amy Muriel, Univ.Lond. School Diploma; 

15 Heathcote Street, Bloomsbury, W.C.x. 

1882 409 [Harker : John Dent [Class of Proficiency 1881, Vol. Arch. 

Exam.], Assize Courts, Manchester, 

1919 2726 [Harness : William (Ford & Harkess, 35 Finsbury Square, 

E.C.2 — Clerkenwell 1370), Mulberry House, Storrington, 
Sussex. [Storrington 72.] 

1926 3921 [Harley : Thomas, 43 Boundary Road, N.W.8. 

1921 3315 [Harman : George Thomas, 165 Rushey Green, Catford, S.E.6. . 

[Lee Green 3502.] 

1925 3849 [Harman : Richard Strachan De Renzy, Cathedral Chambers, 

Cathedral Square, (P.O. Box 379), Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1927 4118 [Harper : Frederick Walter, c/o 9 Northside Terrace, Lidget 

Green, Bradford. 

1909 1990 [Harral : William Haigh, Bowman Buildings, King William 

Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1928 4252 [Harrington: Denis Edmund, 77 New Cross Road, S.E. 14. 

1921 3148 [Harris : Frank Chambers, Hellbodde, Pussellawa, Ceylon. 

1921 3149 [Harris: Leslie Youngman, 7 Great James Street, Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Museum 8485.] 

1921 3316 [Harris: Morgan Rhys Howell, V.Y.O., F.C. Sud., Guanahani 

322, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1914 2505 [Harris : Philip Capes [31 Arundel Avenue, Sefton Park, 

Liverpool], Architect, Public Works Department, Zanzibar, 
East Africa. 

1912 2302 [Harris : Royston John Keith, Royal Colonial Institute 

Building, 17 Bligh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1920 2986 [Harris : Wilfred Henry, p.a.s.i. ; 14 Hillfield Gardens, Muswell 

Hill, N.io. 

1924 3749 [Harrison : (Mrs.) Edith Gillian, a .a. Diploma (Cooke & 

Harrison) ; 10 Staple Inn, Holbom, W.C.i. [Chancery 7314.] 




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Elected. Number. . . . 

1929 433 1 [Harrison : Geoffrey Stanley, Thurlow, Aidenham Avenue, 
Radlett, Herts. 

1918 2659 [Harrison : Harry St. John (Cooke & Harrison) [Pugin Student 

1920, Victory Scholarship 1922], 10 Staple Inn, Holbom, W.C. 
[Chancery 7314.] 

1927 4062 [Harrison : John, Dewhurst, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, Hants. 

1901 1361 [Harrison : Shirley (Stockdale Harrison & Sons) [ Ashpitel 

Prizeman 1900], 7 St. Martin’s East, Leicester. [Leicester 

865.] 

1929 4301 [Harriss : Edward Richard Bingham, Bedford Row House, 
38 Theobalds Road, W.C.i. 

1919 2795 [Hart : Captain Edmund John, 125 Boulevard Lefebvre, 

Paris, France. 

1923 3661 [Hart : Edward Goyen, c/o Messrs. Wm. Black & Fagg, 85 

St. George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1928 4253 [Hartley : William David, 22 Mackenzie Street, Slough, 

Bucks. [Slough 296.] 

1909 1991 [Harvey : David, 202 Park Avenue, Hull. 

1901 1349 [Harvey : Frederick Milton, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 8 Broad 

Court Chambers, Bow Street, Covent Garden, W.C.2. 
[Regent 4008.] 

1890 819 [Harvey : George, Yew Tree, 17 Hood Avenue, East Sheen, 

S.W.14. 

1912 2332 [Harvey : John Culy, 5 Claude Road, Cardiff. 

1921 3317 [Harvey : John Lyne, .w.c . ; 5 Vernon Mansions, Queen’s Club 

Gardens, W.14. 

1919 2727 [Harwood : Arnold William (Walker & Harwood), 21 Suffolk 

Street, Pall Mall East, S.W.i. [Gerrard 6107.] 

1919 2728 [Haseldine : Cyril Frank William, King’s Walk, Nottingham. 
1923 3637 [Haswell : Percy Benson, b.arcii. Liverpool [R.I.B.A. Recog- 

nised Schools Silver Medallist 1922] ; 58 The Moorlands, 
Durham. 

1897 1240 [Hatcher : George William, Cliftonwood, 16 St. Helens 

Crescent, Hastings. 

1922 3419 [Haughan : John Holliday, The Grey House, Silloth, 

Cumberland. 

1923 3718 [Haughton : Vivian Palmer, Bank Chambers, Lambton Quay, 

Wellington, New Zealand. 

1910 2057 [Hawkins : Frederick George Brudekell-Bruce, “ Victoria 

House,” 100 St. George’s Terrace, Perth, W. Australia. 
[Perth B.2708.] 

1904 1580 [Hawkins : Percival William, 60 Tufton Street, Westminster, 

S.W. 


1896 1197 [Hayes: Louis Antonio, 14 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 
8379-1 

1922 3475 [Hayward : John Harold, 4 Chalk Road, Dorchester, Dorset. 

1907 1767 [Hayworth : Dudley Parkes, 27 Clement’s Lane, E.C. [City 1716.] 

1928 4254 [Heal : Robert Garnett, b.arch. L iverpool ; c o Messrs. 

de Soissons & Womum, Blue Ball Yard, 64 St. James’s 
Street, S.W.i. 

1918 2661 [Healey : Francis Hurst (T. H. & F. Healey), Midland Build- 
ings, 6 Forster Square, Bradford. [Bradford 555.] 

1909 1927 [Healey : Hugh, 20 Willow Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1922 3420 [Heard : Gordon Thomas, m.c. ; 20 Brook Road, Buckhurst 
Hill, Essex. 


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Elected. Number. 

1914 2531 JHearne : Frank, 42 Deansgate, Manchester. [Manchester 
Central 2130.] 

1910 3103 J Heaven : Frank Henry, p.a.s.i. [Giissell Gold Medallist 1920, 

R. I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Silver Medallist 1925] ; “ The Croft,” 
Aberkenfig, Glam. 

1914 2506 JHedley : George Ernest, 27 Kensington Manor, Ouellette 
Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. 

1914 2532 JHembrow : James (Mills & Murgatroyd), 23 Strutt Street, 
Manchester. [Manchester City 4901.] 

1904 1548 JHemingway : Willie, 198 Haslingden Old Road, Rawtenstall, 

Lancs. 

1910 2036 JHenderson : Andrew Graham (John Keppie & Henderson) 

[Arthur Cates Prizeman 1911], 257 West George Street, 
Glasgow. [Glasgow Central 7587.] 

1896 1192 JHenderson: James Guthrie, Taybank, Newburgh, Fife. 

1918 2662 j Hendry : Morrison, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; Works Department, 

Customs House, Shanghai, China. 

1920 2987 JHenshall : Louis Sydney, d.s.o. ; Waterside, Greenisland, 

Co. Antrim, Ireland. 

1906 1717 J Hepburn : James William, r.b.a. [Grissell Gold Medallist 

1904] ; “ Gable End,” 12 Selvage Lane, Mill Hill, N.W.7. 

1910 2058 JHeppel : Francis Henry, p.a.s.i. (Henry Rowe & Son) ; 

38 Foregate Street, Worcester. [Worcester 61.] 

1928 4160 JHereward : Guy Edgar Septimus, “ Jaques,” Whyteleafe 
Road, Caterham, Surrey. 

1920 2988 JHerford : Theodore Wei. ley, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; 5 Rudall 

Crescent, Hampstead, N.W.3 . 

1890 827 JHeron : Arthur Harry, 153 High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex. 

1921 3320 JHeysham : Terence Ernest, 127 King’s Avenue, Clapham Park, 

S. W.4. 

1919 2796 J Hey wood : Leonard, ii Hexham Avenue, Heaton, Bolton. 

1922 3548 j Hickey : Patrick, 19 Whitehall Road, Grays, Essex. 

1914 2533 JHickman : Ernest James, 80 Witherford Way, Selly Oak, 
Birmingham. 

1908 1854 JHicks: Henry Leicester, 4 Mosley Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1911 2160 JHiggins : William Thomas, Market Cottage, Market Place, 

Princes Risborough, Bucks. 

1923 3663 JHigginson : Lieut. -Col. Frank, Chief Administrative Officer, 

Imperial War Graves Commission, Place de la Gare, Arras, 
Pas-de-Calais, France. 

1920 3088 JHiggs : Harold John (Leighton & Higgs), 9 St. Thomas’s 

Street, London Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 3349.] 

1924 3750 JHigham : Ernest H.arry Hamilton, B.ARcu.Liverpool ; c/o 

A. G. Bray, Esq., Development Trust Buildings, Mont- 
gomery Street, Rangoon, Burma. 

1907 1817 JHill : Alfred, High Street, Mablethorpe, Lines. 

1921 3150 [Hill : Geoffrey Walker. 

1919 2797 [Hill : George Noel, Architectural Department, Town Hall, 

Leicester. 

1927 4119 JHill: Henry Erskine, Horbury Vicarage, near Wakefield, 

Yorkshire. 

'919 2730 JHill: Henry Houghton, b. a. Liverpool [Inst. Medallist (Essays) 

1909] ; 22 George’s Street. Cork. 

1909 1928 JHill : Thomas Harold, “ Briarcroft,” Planetree Road, Hale, 

Cheshire. 


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1892 908 [Hills : Gordon Pettigrew Graham, Cookham Dean, Berks. 

1925 3794 [Hines : Edward George, 62 Woodgate Road, Eastbourne. 

1913 2379 [ H inton : John Garfield, c/o Messrs. Bodley & Hare, 11 Gray's 

Inn Square, W.C.i. 

1921 3322 [Hinwood : Neville, m.m. ; The Elm Trees, Glebe Road, 

Cheam, Surrey. 

1921 3323 [Hiorns : Percival Theodore, 13 Dudley Road, Church End, 

Finchley, N.3. [Finchley 4274.] 

1924 3751 [Hirst: Harold, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; 5 Milner Road, Chadwell 

Heath, Essex. 

1925 3781 [Hiscock : Leslie Robert, A.A.Diploma (Annesley Brownrigg & 

Hiscock) ; 13 South Square, Gray’s Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 
7322] and 133 High Street, Guildford, Surrey. [Guildford 
902.] 

1914 2472 [Hitch : John Oliver Brook, 3 Staple Inn, High Holborn, 

W.C.i. [Holborn 7262.] 

1904 1549 [Hobbiss : Holland William, 33 Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

1927 4085 [Hobbs : Captain Athol Joseph, Kenyon Cottage, View Street, 

Peppermint Grove, Perth, Western Australia. 

1928 4194 [Hobday : Ralph, 34 Chepstow Place, W.2. 

1893 990 [Hockings : Percy Frank, Denham Street, Rockhampton, 

Queensland, Australia. 

1924 3776 [Hodges : Alfred Walter, Architects’ Office, Public Works 

Department, Hong Kong. 

1920 2989 [Hodges : John Stewart, iot Great Russell Street, W.C.i. 

1922 3549 [Hofler : Max Richard, The Hill Studio, Crown Street, 

Harrow, Middlesex. [Harrow 1336.] 

1920 2881 [Holbrow : Alfred Ernest, “ Glenorchv,” Harrow Road, 

Wembley, Middlesex. 

1902 1464 [Holden : Orton, c/o Messrs. Samuel Robinson & Sons, 

15 Cheapside, Bradford. 

1918 2663 [Holden : William, 22 Dellcott Close, Welwyn Garden City, 

Herts. 

1920 2990 [Holland : Harry, 5 Mulgrave Road, Cheam, Surrey. 

1925 3860 [Holland : (Mrs.) Sylvia Grace, A.A.Diploma ; 1170 Tatter- 

sail Drive, R.M.D. 4, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
1922 3421 [Holliday : Albert Clifford, b.arcii. Liverpool [ Distinction in 

Thesis ] ; Connaught House, Tancred Street, Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 

1910 2106 [Hollins : George (Hollins & Jones) [“ Brampton Trees,” 

Hanover Street, Newcastle-under-Lvme, Staffs] ; Lloyds 
Bank Chambers, Newcastle, Staffs. [Newcastle 6552] ; and 
at Longton, Staffs. 

1926 3946 [Hollinshed : Charles Neville, Auditorium Building, Mel- 

bourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1910 2059 [Hollis: Henry Clifford, 34 Paternoster Row, E.C. 4. [Central 

° 577 -l 

1916 2619 [Holman : Arthur Rowland, Castle House, Exeter. 

1921 3212 [Holt : Felix, 36 Dale Street, Liverpool. 

1903 1497 [Holt : Joseph, Field House, Acre Lane, BramhaU Cheshire 

1911 2225 [Home: Geoffrey Wyville (Home & Knight), 37 Russell 

Square, W.C.i. [Museum 3283.] 

1912 2334 [Honeyburne : Ernest Hardy (Campbell & Honeybume) 

7 Bluecoat Chambers, School Lane, Liverpool [Liverpool 
Royal 257.] 




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Elected. Number. 

1920 2992 JHoneyman : Herbert Lewis (Hill & Honeyman) [Inst. 

Medallist ( Essays ) 1911], 6 Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. [Newcastle Central 2600.] 

1919 2798 JHoneyman : James Maclaren, DiP.ARCH.Glas. (John B. 

Wilson, Son & Honeyman) ; 92 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Douglas 1972.] 

1907 1805 JHooker : Walter, 21 Coleshill Road, Teddington, Middlesex. 

1906 1718 JHoole : George Bernard Holland, Pump House, Great 

Bardfield, Essex. 

1919 2799 J Hooper : Lieut. -Col. Arnold Fielder, t.d., f.s.i. (Belfrage, 

Saville & Hooper, incorporating Francis Hooper & Son) ; 
Norfolk House, Norfolk Street, W.C.2. [Central 1151.] 

1904 1581 JHooper : Basil Bramston, Southern Cross Buildings, Chancery 

Lane, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1920 3089 JHooper : Charles Owen (Hemmings & Berkley), Ching Ming 

Building, S.A.D. No. 3, Hankow, China. 

1910 2107 JHooper : Harold Ridley, 13 Queen’s Street, Ipswich. 
[Ipswich 248.] 

1904 1582 JHooper : Vincent [Saxon Snell Prizeman 1913] 7 Station 
Approach, Redhill, Surrey. [Redhill hi.] 

1918 2634 JHope : Archibald Campbell, 5594 McKenzie Street, Kerris- 

dale, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. [Kerrisdale 
1756 R.] 

1927 4063 JHope : Arthur Fentem, “ Canterton,” Hatch End, Middlesex. 

1919 2800 JHopkins : Wilfrid Walter, 56 King Street, Maidenhead, 

Berkshire. 

1900 1339 JHopkins : Captain William Bonner, Dudswell Rise, near 

Berkhamsted, Herts. 

1922 3551 JHopwood : James, “ Gwendar,” North Circular Road, Crickle- 

wood, N.W.2. 

1926 3992 JHorner : Hugh Baldwynne Lyle, 31 Constantine Road, 

NVV.3. 

1921 3324 JHorth : Harold Edwin, 21 Salisbury Street, Hull. 

1909 1929-f-IHosKiNG : Thomas Stanley, p.a.s.i. ; District Surveyor for 
Chelsea, 4 Sydney Street, S.W.3. [Flaxman 2115.] 

1903 1499 JHoskins : Henry Joseph Bissaker, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, 

U.SA.. 

1920 2992 JHossack : James Davidson, o.b.e. ; 35 Maddox Street, W.i 

[Mayfair 2927] ; and 5 Guildford Avenue, Surbiton. [Kings- 
ton 335 °] . 0*1 

1909 1992 JHotz : Roland (Hotz & Brandon), Dalziel Lodge, Simla, 

W.C., India, and at Hotel Cecil, Delhi, India. 

1920 2994 JHouston : James, dip. arch. G las. [“ Whitehurst,” Kilbimie, 

Ayrshire] ; 113 Douglas Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow 

Douglas 3631.] 

1894 1027 JHouston : John Lloyd, 5 Lansdowne Street, Hove, Sussex. 

1921 3151 JHoward : Charles Vincent, “ Frascati,” Avoca Street, 

Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia. 

1923 3664 JHoward : George Gerard, 15 Roman Gardens, Roundhay, 

Leeds. 

1914 2534 JHoward : Percy, 88 Mosley Street, Manchester. 

1921 3214 JHoward: Stanley Boothby, 14 Canning Street, Liverpool. 

1928 4161 JHoward-Leicester : Osborne (Craik & Leicester), Georgetown 

Chambers, 39 Beach Street, Penang, Straits Settlements. 
[Penang 656.] 




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1918 2665 [Howcroft : Gilbert Burdett, m.c., M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; 

(A. J. Howcroft & Son) [Ridings, Greenfield, near Oldham] ; 
Priory Buildings, Oldham. [Oldham 1674.] 

1892 91 1 [Howdill : Charles Barker, 7 Oxford Row, Leeds. 

<919 2801 | Howe : John Liberty, 97 The Ridgeway, Golders Green, 

N.W.n. 

1920 2995 J Howell : John Allnutt, Blenheim Cottage, The Green, 
Steventon, Berks. 

1922 3422 J Howells : David John, “ Bryn Hywel,’’ Clase Road, Morriston, 

Swansea. 

1929 4332 [Howes : James Frederick [Inst. Medallist (Essays) 1929], 
Port Vale House, Hertford, Herts. [Hertford 410.] 

1907 1771 [Howitt : Claude Elborne, Bentinck Buildings, Wheeler 

Gate, Nottingham. [Nottingham 41294.] 

1922 3552 J Ho wiT'r : Leonard Cecil, b. arch. Liverpool ; 20 Maxwell 
Road, West Derby, Liverpool. 

1 91 1 2226*JHOWITT : Major THOMAS CECIL [Thatch, Wollaton Park, 
Nottingham], Western Buildings, 58-9 Long Row, Nottingham. 
[Nottingham 6202.] 

1922 3553 J Hubbard : George Edward, Forman Christian College, 

Lahore, India. 

1919 2731 [Hubbard : Harry, DiP.ARCH.Glas. ; 17 Great Stuart Street, 

Edinburgh. 

1910 2109 [Huddart : Richard Melvil Fane, 4 Grosvenor Hill, Wimble- 
don, S.W.19. [Wimbledon 1248.] 

1918 2666 [Hudson : Philip Sidney, 78 Ravensboume Park, Catford, 
S.E.6. [Lee Green 3573.] 

1920 2996 [Hudson : Thomas, 15 Nelson Square, Bolton, Lancs. 

1914 2535 [Hughes: Basil, p.a.s.i. (Nicholls& Hughes) ; Membre honoraire 

de la Societe des Architects de la Seine Inferieure et 
l’Eure ; 4 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C. [Chancery 
7326.] 

1927 4120 [Hughes : (Mrs.) Edith Mary Wardlaw Burnet, dip.arch.- 
Abdn.. f.s .a. Scot. ; Cardrona, Dunblane, Perthshire. 

1922 3354 [Hughes : (Miss) Eleanor Katherine Dorothy, 4 Francis 

Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 8354.] 

1921 3215 [Hughes: Henry Castree, ma. Cantab. ; Cambridge University 

School of Architecture, and 1 Tunwell’s Court, Trumpington 
Street, Cambridge. [Cambridge 184.] 

1890 817 [Hughes : Henry Harold, m.a., f.s.a., r.c.a. (Harold Hughes & 

Williams) ; Diocesan Offices, Bangor, North Wales. [Bangor 
13°-] 

1925 38i4[ Hughes : James O’Hanlon, 16 Dickson Road, Eltham, S.E.9. 

[Eltham 1662.] 

1912 2335 [Hughes : Rowland John, Briton Villa, Llanfairfechan, 
Carnarvonshire . 

19x6 2610 [Hull : James Vincent, 8 Bushell Place, Preston. 

1925 3850 [Hume : Bertram Stewart (B. S. Hume and R. C. 

Erith), 9 Warwick Street, Regent Street, W.i. [Regent 

6319] 

1921 33*^51 [Humphry : Harold Walter, 41 Marius Road, Upper Tooting, 

S.W.17 

1922 3423 [Hunt : Reginald, 273 Coldham’s Lane, Cambridge. 

1923 3665 [Hunt : Spencer Grey Wakeley, 20 Galpins Road, Thornton 

Heath, Surrey. 



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1931 3326 [Hunt : Stanley, 70 Finsbury Pavement, E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 

5364-] 

1927 4121 [Hunt : Vincent Collingwood, “ Redcot,” The Manor Way, 
Blackheath, S.E.3. [Lee Green 1725.] 

1922 3424 [Hunter : Harry Cornelius, 26 Hadley Road, New Barnet, 

Herts. 

1891 868 [Hutchings : John, Downend, Claremont Road, Seaford, Sussex. 

1901 1 362* JHutchinson : Charles Edward, 9 Endsleigh Street, W.C.i. 

1929 4302 [Hutchison : William Martin, c/o R. A. Lippincott, Esq., 
66-68 Yorkshire House, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1918 2667 [Hutton : Arthur James Scott, c/o Public Works Department, 
Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

1924 3752 [Hutton : Chalmers Henry, b. arch. Liverpool [R.I.B.A. ylrc/21- 
bald Dawnay Scholar 1922] ; 22 Town Lane, Rock Ferry, 
Cheshire. 

1921 3327 [Hyde : Sidney, “ Mayfield,” 4 Abercorn Road, Mill Hill, 

N.W.7. 

1924 3753 [Hyslop : Charles Geddes Clarkson, a.a. Diploma ; 6 Gordon 
Place, W.C.i. [Museum 9289.] 


1923 3719 [Igglesden : Sidney Dixon, c/o Messrs. Leigh & Orange, 

P. & O. Buildings, Hong Kong. 

1922 3555 [Illingworth : Arthur John Alexander, Consulting Architect 

to the Government of Bombay, P.W.D. Secretariat, Bombay, 
India. 

1900 1318 f Illingworth : Herbert Edward, 8 East Parade, Leeds. 

1923 3666 J I llsley : Hugh Percival, 134 Clandeboye Avenue, West- 

mount, Province Quebec, Canada. 

1921 3328 J Ingham : Lawrence William [Ashpitel Prizeman, 1921], 

c/o Harry S. Fairhurst, Esq., 90 King Street, Manchester. 
1920 3090 [Ingham : Walter, Metropolitan Asylums Board, Sheffield 
House, Sheffield Street, W.C.2 

1926 3993 [Inglis : Frank Alexander Greig, dip. arch. Abdn. ; Seafield 

Avenue, Keith, Banffshire. [Keith 87.] 

1920 2997 t Inman : Gordon Henry Nisbet (Elioart, Son & Inman), 

40 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. [Holbom 0041 and 0045.] 

1895 1137 J Irvine : George Gilbert, Westcombe, Famham Lane, 

Haslemere, Surrey. 

1914 2536 [Isaac : William John, “ Moy,” Brampton Road, Carlisle. 


1927 4064 J Jackman : Frank Leonard, 68 Lavington Road, Ealing, W.13. 

1920 2884 [Jackman : Frederick, 22 Nightingale Road, Hampton. 

1921 3216 [Jackson: Basil Hippisley, 315 St. James Court, S.W.i. 

1920 2998 [Jackson : Burrough de Carle. 

1925 3815 [/Jackson : Gordon Wallet (Jackson & Greenen), 5-7 

Yelverton Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 3150.] 

1922 3476 [Jackson : Harold Thomas, 61 Huntingdon Road, Coventry. 

1921 3329 [Jackson : Reginald, 23 Priory Street, York. 

1927 4122 [Jackson : Reginald Neville (Ing & Jackson), 8-9 Holts 

Buildings, Smith Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 
[Durban Central 1638.] 

1928 4255 [Jackson : (Miss) Ruth Knox, 40 Momingfield Road, Aberdeen. 


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1894 1046 (Jacob : Louis, f.s.i. ; 58 Gordon Square, W.C.i. [Museum 

6550.] 

1921 3330 (James : Allen Collier, f.r.G.s. ; 42 Hartington Street, Derby. 

1876 125 JJames : James Walter, 22 Lanercost Road, Tulse Hill, S.W. 

1925 3816J IIJames : John Charles Frederick, Russell Lodge, St. Albans 

Road, Watford, Herts. 

1910 2110 ( Jaques : Richard, 37 Railway Street, Nelson, Lancs. 

1907 1772 (Jaques : Sydney [“ Witcot,” Worrin Road, Shenfield, Essex. — 

Brentwood 138], 3 Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 0861.] 
1902 1465 (Jardine : Henry Stringer, 48 Dalkeith Road, Dulwich, S.E.21. 

1914 2537 (Jarrett : Eric Rowlstone, 36 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1892 948 (Jarvis : Alfred Wickham, Bente, Carters Hill, Sevenoaks. 

1922 3556 (Jarvis : Harold Edgar (Cayley & Jarvis), 44 High Row, 

Darlington. [Darlington 3185.] 

1909 1993 JJarvis : John Weston, Arbour House, Wyre, Pershore, Worcs. 

1920 2885 J J eater : William David (Thomas J. Pepper & Jeater), Carring- 

ton Chambers, Watt Street, Newcastle, New South Wales. 
[Newcastle 413.] 

1908 1895 JJefferies : Herbert George, Mount Pleasant, Cranbrook 

Road, Barkingside, Essex. 

1891 850 JJefferson : John England, “ Kesters,” 26 Old Road, Oxford. 

1923 3667 (Jeffrey : James Rowe, 912 St. Catherine Street West, Montreal, 

Province Quebec, Canada. 

1928 4195 (Jeffrey : John, 79 Maxwellton Road, Paisley, Scotland. 

1920 2886 (Jeffreys : Harold Murton, p.a.s.i. ; County Hall, Beverley. 
1907 1773 (Jell: George Thrale, 20 Hanover Square, W.i. [Mayfair 
560.] 

1914 2475 JJelley : Frederick Richard (Treheame & Norman), Windsor 

House, 83 Kingsway, W.C.2. [Holborn 4071.] 

1927 4086 (Jellicoe : Geoffrey Alan, A.A.Diploma ; 60 York Terrace, 

N.W.l. [Wei beck 5688.] 

1925 3891J '.Jenkins : Frederick Uriah [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 

1922], 4 Blakemere Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts 
1922 3477 (Jenkins : Thomas Trevelyan, 5 Goat Street, Swansea. 

19*5 257 ° (Jenkins : Trevellyn Phillip, Arcade Chambers, Waterloo 
Street, Swansea. 

1925 3805 (Jenkins : William Victor, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; 20 Manville 

Road, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

1905 1611 (Jenkinson : David Barnes, Imperial Buildings, Rotherham 

1909 1994 (Jenkinson : John Mansell (Chapman & Jenkinson), Imperial 

Chambers, 18 Norfolk Row, Sheffield. [Sheffield 22994.] 
1889 713 (Jennings: Edward William, 25 Harcourt Street, Marylebone, 

W.i. 

i9 22 3557 (Jenson : Alexander George, 2 Newbold Terrace, Leamington 

Spa, Warwickshire. 

1915 2571 (Jepson : Henry Norman [“ Hill Crest,” Wolvey], Queen’s 

Buildings, Stratford Street, Nuneaton. [Nuneaton 297.] 
1914 2538 (Jessop : Bernard, o.b.e. (Calvert & Jessop) ; 18 Low Pave- 
ment, Nottingham. [Nottingham 762.] 

1922 3358 (John : Lewis, M.A.Liverpool, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; Bonvilston 

near Cardiff. ’ 

1929 4333 (Johns : Bernard Winton, 262 Lambton Quay, Wellington 
New Zealand. ’ 

1919 2802 (Johnson : Arthur Gerald, Oakleigh, Balgores Lane, Gidea 
Park, Essex, 



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1922 3425 J Johnson : Campbell McAlpin Cameron, Roupell, Tuffley 
Avenue, Gloucester. 

1921 333 i J Johnson : Frank Leslie, “ Beech End,” Poltimore Road. 

Guildford. 

1920 2999 JJohnson : Henry Andrew, 78 King Street, Manchester. 

1927 4087 JJohnson : Henry Arthur [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 
1924-25], 20 Priory Place, Doncaster. [Doncaster 215.] 

1920 3000 JJohnson : Captain Reginald Sidney, m.c. ; c/o Messrs. Cox 

& Co., Rangoon, Burma. 

1922 3559 JJohnson : William Arthur, “ Maple Cottage,” Win dmill 

Lane, Reddish, near Stockport. 

1903 1514JJ0LLYE: Edward Albert, 9 John Street, Bedford Row. 
W.C.i. 

1927 4088 JJones : (Miss) Anne Farewell, M.A.Oxon., A.A.Diploma ; 
“ Brenley,” Mitcham Common, Surrey. 

1919 2803 JJones : Charles Frederick, 13 Edward Terrace, Cardiff. 

[Cardiff 6055.] 

1875 1 18 Jones: Edward George (Yeates & Jones), 8 Foregate Street, 

Worcester. [Worcester 18.] 

1925 3817 JIIJones : Evan Daniel, Architect’s Department, Council Offices, 
Pontardawe, Swansea. 

1908 1855 JJones : Francis Henry, 22 Osborne Park, Scarborough. 

I 9 H 2507 JJones : George Howard, ii Lancaster Gate, W.2. [Paddington 
4629.] 

1921 3332 JJones : Harold, m.c. (Fry, Paterson & Jones) ; 28 Waterloo 

Street, Weston-super-Mare. [Weston-super-Mare 361.] 

1894 1021 JJones : Harry Evan, 71 Lordship Road, Stoke Newington, N. 
1914 2476 JJones : Herbert, 4 Chapel Walks, Manchester. [Manchester 
Central 5784.] 

1923 3668 JJones : Ienan Roland. 

1903 1500 JJones : John Ivor Price (Ivor Jones & Percy Thomas), 6 and 7 

St. John’s Square, Cardiff. [Cardiff 1380.] 

1922 3426 JJones : Reginald Herbert Andrews, “ Studland,” Bowrons 

Avenue, Wembley, Middlesex. 

1921 3152 JJones : Robert David, 35 High Street, Pwllheli, N. Wales. 

[Pwllheli 84.] 

1922 3427 JJones : Ronald Hugh, dip .arch. Liverpool ; 23 Villiers Road, 

Southall, Middlesex. 

1920 3001 JJones : Sydney Stevenson, “ Castlerigg,” Prospect Road, 

Prenton, Cheshire. 

1922 3560 JJones : Thomas Edward, Arvonia Buildings, High Street, 

Bangor. 

1922 3428 JJones : Tom Leonard, 13 Marlborough Road, Cardiff. 

1914 2477 JJones : Walter Sydney, “ Little Gables,” Grange Road, 
Cheam, Surrey. 

1920 3002 JJones : William George Edmund, a.r.c.a. ; H.B.M. Office 

of Works, British Consulate, Shanghai, China. 

1920 3091 JJones : William Harold (Weir, Burrows & Weir) [Moor Croft, 

Arkley, Herts — Barnet 2159], 17 Victoria Street, Westminster, 
S.W.i. [Victoria 0777.] 

1920 3092 JJopling : Alfred Bradshaw Boston, 9 Clements Street, 
Nuneaton, Warwickshire. 

1928 4256 JJordan : Robert Furneaux (Ashford & Jordan), Grand 
Chambers, 146 Corporation Street, Birmingham. [Birming- 
ham Central 7529.] 



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1903 1530 J Joseph : Ernest Martin (Messrs. Joseph), 2 Paul’s Bakehouse 

Court, Godliman Street, E.C.4. [City 9202.] 

1925 3892J IIJuniper : Frederick, 13 Exchange Street, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

1909 1996 JKaula : William (Wills & Kaula), 22 Southampton Street, 

Bloomsbury, W.C.i. [Holbom 0186.] 

1912 2336 JKay : John William, 52 West Holmes Gardens, Musselburgh, 

Mid-Lothian. 

1920 3003 JKay : Mitchell Crichton, m.c. (Kay & Lunan) ; 15 Wood 

Street, Wakefield. [Wakefield 2404.] 

1921 3217 JKaye : Stewart, f.s.i. ; 14 Hill Street, Edinburgh. 

1921 3218 j Kearne : Leslie Hamilton, Asst. Architect, P.W.D., Singapore, 

Straits Settlements. 

1911 2227 JKeasley : John Norman, The Hawthorns, Meadvale, Redhill. 

1916 2621 jKeep : Norman Pristo, 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Holborn 

4881.] 

1922 3429 JKeesey: Walter Monckton, m.c., a.r.C.a., a.r.e. ; 14 The Mall, 

East Sheen, S.W.14. 

1920 3093 X Keesing : Gordon Samuel, 22 Darlington Point Road, Sydney, 

New South Wales. [Sydney Edgcliffe 2243.] 

1900 1319 J Keighley : Alfred Ralph, 31 North John Street, Liverpool. 

1910 21 1 1 JKeir: William Ingram, Consulting Architect to Government 

of Bengal, P.W.D., Writers Buildings, Calcutta, India. 

1919 2805 JKellock: Andrew Duncan, 84 Northfield Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1926 3922:): |[Kemp : Cecil George, 31 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon 

Park, S.W.19. 

1927 4065 JKemf : Francis Henry Norbrook Crew, 15 Vernon Road, 

Hornsey, N.8. 

1922 3561 [Kemp : Leslie Hagger, 38 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. 
to ! [Holborn 9147.] 

19271 

1928 ' 

1922 3562 J Kendall : Charles, m.c. ; Bank Street, Ossett, Yorks. 

1899 1296 J Kendall : George Ernest, m.b.e. (Civil Division) ; Board of 
Education, Whitehall, S.W.i. 

1928 4167 J Kendall : Henry, Town Planning Department, Kuala Lumpur, 
Selangor, Federated Malay States. 

1884 543tJKENNARD : John Moir, 15 and 16 Railway Approach, London 
Bridge, S.E. [Hop 2732.] 

1922 3563 J Kennedy : Colin White, c/o H. S. Tuke, Esq., r.a., Swanpool, 

Falmouth. 

1902 1466 JKent : Ivan Calrow, “ Norwich,” Huntley’s Point, Glades- 

ville, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1889 746 JKerr : Henry Francis, 16 Duke Street, Edinburgh. [Edin- 

burgh 21926.] 

1922 3430 JKerr : James Aubrey, Room 11, 2nd Floor, Union House, 

247 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1928 4257 J Kershaw : Fred, 8 Moorfield Avenue, Littleborough, near 
Manchester. 

1918 2669 I Key : William Donald, p.a.s.i. ; 4 Palmer Street, Westminster 

S.W.i. [Victoria 2742.] 

1919 2075 JKeyte : Joseph Rushbrooke, f.s.i. ; 30 Paradise Street 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 2561.] 

1925 3851 JKhan: Hasan Hayat, Archaeological Surveyor of Western India 
Poona, India. ’ 



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! 9 2 9 4334 JKidd : Henry Douglas, i New Court, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. 
[Chancery 7133.] 

1922 3564 JKillender : Henry Claude, f.s.i. ; Imperial Chambers, 

62 Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 5233.] 

1926 3923 JKimber : Charles Frank, m.c. ; 50 Avenue Road, Trowbridge 
Wilts. ’ 

I 9 I 4 2478 JKimpton : Charles Stanley [to John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2], 
Broomhall Chambers, London Road, Sunningdale. 

1889 728 JKing : Charles Oury, 171 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1928 4162 JKing : Jack Ian (J. M. Dawson & King), Government Life 
Insurance Buildings, Customhouse Quay, Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

*925 3852 JKing : John Gould, 139 Wellington Street, Kew, Melbourne, 

Victoria, Australia. 

1928 4258 JKing : John Thomson, c/o J. S. Archibald, Esq., 514 Keefer 
Building, St. Catherine Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1 °9S i094f JKing : Vivian Herbert, 13 Eton Road, Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

1 9 2 3 3669 JKing : William (Powles & King), 7 Winnington Street, 

Northwich, Cheshire. [Northwich 114.] 

^23 3670 JKingston : John Lyndhurst, c/o Messrs. Warren & Wetmore, 

Architects, 16 East 47th Street, New York, U.S.A. 
j 9 2 2 3566 JKinna : Kenmure, 14 Castle Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool 

Bank 46.] 

1922 343i J Kirby : Edward, “ Nor cot,” Brinkley Road, Worcester Park, 

Surrey. 

1895 1075 J Kirby : Henry Ernest [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1899], P.O. 
Box 258, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1923 3671 J Kirby : Stuart Cameron, 34 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

j 9 2 4 3754 JKnewstubb : Francis William, “ Pensam,” Thornes Road, 
Wakefield. 

W24 3755 J Knight : Cyril Roy, M.A.Liverpool, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; Pro- 

fessor of Architecture, Auckland University College, Auckland, 
New Zealand. 

1919 2806 JKnight : Douglas Edward, 61 Davies Road, West Bridgford, 
Notts. 

1918 2670 JKnight : Shirley (Home & Knight), 37 Russell Square, 

W.C.i. [Museum 3283.] 

1919 2807 JKnight : Walter John (Bidlake & Knight), [ Owen Jones 

Student 1922], 5A Temple Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 3698.] 

*922 3432 J Knott : Albert Leslie, “ Shanklin,” 25 Elliot Road, Hendon, 
N.W.4. 

*923 3638 J Knott : Alfred Stocken, 45 Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. 

[Holbom 4609.] 

1920 3094 J Knott : Arthur John, 104 Cranbrook Road, Redland, Bristol. 

1889 7°2 JLadds : Sidney Inskip, Market Place, Huntingdon. 

1909 I99S JLa Gerche : Alfred Romeo, Architect to the State Electricity 
Commissioners, William Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1921 3333 JLamb : Herbert Arthur John, 5 Devonshire Terrace, Hyde 

Park, W.2. 

1922 3567 JLambert : Frederick Henry, 7 Great James Street, Bedford 

Row, W.C.i. [Museum 8485.J 

1906 1666 JLamont : Alexander Hay, 25 Bamton Gardens, Davidson’s 

Mains, Edinburgh. 



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1927 4066 ^Lancashire : John Edwin (W. H. Lancashire & Son), Mont- 
gomery Chambers, Hartshead, Sheffield. [Sheffield 20709.] 
1925 3853 J Lander : Felix James, 181 Handside Lane, Welwyn Garden 

City, Herts. 

1921 3153 JLangrish-Toye : Frederick Charles, 17 Woodside Road, 

Wood Green, N.22, and “ Langholme,” Sandgate, Blackpool. 
1927 4123 JLaskie : John Gairns [ Distinction in Thesis ; Ashpitel Prize- 
man 1927], c/o John S. Archibald, Esq., 514 Keefer Building, 
St. Catherine Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1920 3004 JLast : Frederick Bertram, 7 Gray’s Inn Place, W.C.i. 

[Chancery 8584.] 

1922 3434 JLavender : Edward Price, Borough Surveyor’s Department, 

Town Hall, Preston. 

1918 2671 J Lavender : Ernest Clifford (H. E. Lavender & Son), Ye 

Olde Queen’s Chambers, Walsall. [Walsall 196] ; (Joseph & 
H. E. Lavender), Gresham Chambers, Lichfield Street, 
Wolverhampton. [Wolverhampton 1069.] 

1929 4335 J Law : Oliver William Mafeking, 6 Pump Court, Temple, 

E.C.4. [Central 1400.] 

1919 2808 J Lawrence : Frederick Orchard, B.ARCH.Liverpool [Rome 

Scholar in Architecture 1920] ; Bank Chambers, 3 Cook 
Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 1268.] 

1924 3756 JLaavrie : Alexander Fraser, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; P.O. Box 773, 

Johannesburg, South Africa. 

1925 3^54 JLawrie : Robert Sorley, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; 12 Claremont 

Street, Aberdeen. 

1921 3154 JLawrie : William Grindlay, 12 Lucknow Street, Willoughby, 

Sydney, New South Wales. 

1921 3155 JLaws : Horace Herbert, 23 Albany Road, West Ealing, 

W.13. 

1919 2732 JLawson : Edwin Maddison (Cowe & Lawson, Central Cham- 
bers, Chester-le-Street), The White House, Chester-le-Street, 
Co. Durham. [Chester-le-Street 58.] 

1913 I 2426 JLawson : John Boyd, 130 Otley Road, Far Headingley, Leeds. 


1929 1 

1919 2733 JLawson: John Scott, Box 1046, West Palm Beach, Florida.U.S A. 

1921 3156 JLawson : Philip Hugh, f.s.a. [6 Shavington Avenue, Chester] ; 

2 Pepper Street, Chester. [Chester 6x9.] 

1911 2229 JLawson: Wilfrid, 91 Bolton Road, Harrow-on-the-Hill, 

Middlesex. 

1922 3478 I Lay : Arthur Purcell, 3 Dean’s Yard, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1909 193 2 JLay : Harry George, The Quarry, Stanwick, Wellingborough. 

1927 4124 JLeask : Peter Shearer, 15 Stenhouse Place West, Saughton, 

Edinburgh. 

1921 3334 JLeckenby : Cecil (Ward & Leckenby), 9 Museum Street, 

York. [York 3757-] 

1914 2541 J Ledger : Godfrey Horton, 40 Luttrell Avenue, Putnev 
S.W.15. 

1904 1551 JLee : John Stevens [Tite Prizeman 1898], 2 Bedford Sauare 
W.C. [Central 243 x .] ’ 

1928 4259 JLee: John William, 9 Houghley Crescent, Wyther Park, Leeds. 
1902 i424fJLEES : Ernest William, District Surveyor for Islington 

407 Holloway Road, N.7. [North 1561.] 



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1895 iii8ftLEGGE : Herbert Alfred, District Surveyor for Kensington 
South ; 1 13 Earl’s Court Road, S.W.5. [Frobisher 4739.] 
i 9 2 9 4336 JLe Hunte : Leonard, 27 St. Agnes Place, Kennington, S.E.n. 
1910 2113 JLeigh : Douglas Chantler, Babbacombe Glen, Babbacombe, 
Torquay. 

1914 2480 J Leighton ; Henry Birkett [Inst. Medallist ( Essays ) 1920, 
Distinction in Thesis ], 68 Upper Albert Road, Meersbrook, 
Sheffield. [Sheffield Sharrow 50214.] 

1907 1820 JLeith : George Esslemont Gordon, m.c. [Herbert Baker 
Scholar \ ; Transvaal Bank Buildings, Fox Street, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

1927 4125 Jle Sueur : Geoffrey Eustace, 47 Salkbury House, Smith 

Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. [Durban Central 2537.] 
1922 3568 JLeverkus : (Miss) Gertrude Wilhelmine Margaret, B.A.Lond.; 
5 Gower Street, W.C.i. 

1926 3994 JLewis : E. Wamsley, a.a. Diploma [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Gold 

Medallist 1927] ; Kia Ora, Radipole Spa, Weymouth, Dorset. 
1922 3436 JLewis : George Stanley, io Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liver- 
pool Central 1520.] 

1919 2809 JLewis : Harold Morgan, 61 Park Street, Bridgend, Glam. 

1921 3157 JLewis : Horace Mersham, m.inst.c.e. i. [Shire Hall , Reading] ; 

The Pollards, Wokingham, Berks. 

1928 4260 JLewis : Owen Gwynedd, mp.ARCH.Liverpool ; Belle Vue, 

Portmadoc, N. Wales. 

1894 t°34 JLewis: William Arthur, ii and 12 Finsbury Square, E.C. 

[Central 9571.] 

1921 3158 JLewis: William John, 12 Toronto Road, Ilford, Essex. 

1926 3995 JLey : Arthur Harris, a.a. Diploma ; 214 Bishopsgate, E.C.2. 

[Bishopsgate 2256.] 

1922 3569 JLidbury : George Victor, 262 Cavendish Road, S.W.12. 

1923 3672 JLindley : Cecil James William, “ Eridge,” Gratwicke Road, 

Worthing, Sussex. 

1927 4067 JLindo : Harold Walter Eustace, 102 Inverness Terrace, 

Hyde Park, W.2. 

1888 670 JLing : Henry, St. Margaret’s, Friends Road, Croydon. 

1912 2275f JLing : Richard Bertram, “ Rosario,” West Hill, Sydenham, 

S.E.26. 

1913 2427 JLinton : Leonard, Worton, Aysgarth, Yorks. 

1928 4196 JLipp : Alexander Ernest Christian, Room 65c, 4th Floor, 

Architects’ Department, H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s Gate, 
Westminster, S.W.i. 

1926 3924 JLipson : Samuel, c/o Commonwealth Works and Railways, 

(5th Floor), Circular Quay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1920 2890 JLisle : Bertram Edwin, 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.x. [Central 

2507.] 

1918 2673 JLister : Harold Alfred, 32 Gerda Road, New Eltham, S.E.9. 

1922 3570 JLivett : Richard Alfred Hardwick, 2 Balmoral Avenue, 

West Bridgford, Notts. 

1919 2736 JLloyd : Albert Peregrine, m.c. ; 71 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, 

W.C.2. [Holbom 1503.] 

1928 4261 JLloyd : John Trevor, University of Witwatersrand, Johannes- 
burg, S. Africa. 

1927 4040 JLloyd : Seton Howard, 14 Ovington Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. 
1926 3996 JLloyd : William Antony Sampson, m.a. ; 5 Pickering Place, 

St. James’s Street, S.W.i. 



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1907 1777 JLoades : Leonard Arthur, c/o Borough Engineer, Council 

Hall, Walsall. 

1920 3006 [Lochhead : Alfred George, 65 West Regent Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Douglas 909.] 

1927 4068 [Lodge : Arthur Frank, 178 Canterbury Road, Harrow, 
Middlesex. 

1920 3007 | Loft house : Wallace George, 14 Hall Park Street, Bilston. 

1921 3335 [Logan : James, m.c. ; 9 Kells Gardens, Low Fell, Co. 

Durham. 

1911 2231 [ Logan : Major Philip Norman, o.b.e. ; c,o Mercantile Bank 

of India, 15 Gracechurch Street, E.C.3. 

1927 4069 [Lomax : Alan, m.c. ; 13 Poulton Street, Fleetwood. 

1918 2674 [Lone : Reginald Wilcox, p.a.s.i. ; 63 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, 

W.C.2. [Holbom 783.] 

1926 3948 [Lord : Wilfrid Turner, b.a. Cantab. ; 18 Park Hill, Ealing, W.5. 

1906 1667 [Lorden : Leonard William Crandall, 3 Park Terrace, 

Taunton, Somerset. 

1913 2428 [Lorne : Francis, c/o Messrs. Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue 

Associates, 2 West Forty-seventh Street, New York, U.S.A. 
1925 3856 [Louw : Hendrik Jacobus, A.A.Diploma ; Fichardt Chambers, 

Bloemfontein, South Africa. 

1920 3008 [Love : Robert Maclaren, Public Works Department, New 

Delhi, India. 

1921 3159 [Loveday : William Taylor, 2A Lawrence Sheriffe Street, 

Rugby. 

1907 1778 [Loveitt : Rowland Arthur, 31 Styvechale Avenue, Coventry. 

1907 1821 [Lovell : Percy Wells, B.A.Cantab. ; The London Society, 

Lancaster House, St. James’s, S.W.i. 

1912 227b [LOVELL : RICHARD GOL T LBURN, St. Moritz, The Upper 

Avenue, Eastbourne. 

1908 1898 [Loveluck : Edward, 12 Dunraven Place, Bridgend, Glam. 

1921 3160 [Low: Simpson, DiP.ARCH.Abdn.; The Castle, Winchester. 

1914 2481 [Lowcock : Arnold. 

1915 2589 [Loweth : Sidney Harold (S. H. Loweth & A. G. Alexander), 

11 Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 3209.] 
1912 2277 [Lucas : William, 106 Rose Terrace, Wayville, W. Adelaide, 
South Australia. 

1890 793 [Luck: Harold Rose, ii New Court, Lincoln’s Inn. W.C.2. 

[Holbom 1865.] 

1909 1998 [Ludlow : William Henry, 98 Cornwall Gardens, S.W.7. 

1922 3437 [Luke : Reginald Latham, The Pearson, Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

1921 3220 [Lumb : Joseph Haydn, Works Dept., Welbeck, Worksop. 

1922 3572 [Lumsden : David Adams, ioa Temple Row, Birmingham. 

1921 3252 [Lunan : Leslie Gordon (Kay & Lunan), 15 Wood Street 

Wakefield. [Wakefield 2404.] 

1928 4262 [Lusby : Arthur Milner, Shrewsbury Chambers, 34 Campo 
Lane, Sheffield. 

1909 1999 [Lusk : Thomas Younger, 14 Adam Street, Dunedin New 

Zealand. 

1920 3009 [Lutyens : Eadred John Tennant, 7 Buckingham Street 
Adelphi, W.C.2. ^ 5 

1916 2623 [Luyken : H. Martin, Gable Mount, Vicarage Hill South 
Benfleet, Essex. * 

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1895 1083 [MacAlister : Alexander Paul, Chairman of the Cambridge 

Chapter of the Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire Society of 
Architects, 20 St. Andrew’s Street, Cambridge. [Cambridge 
200.] 

1919 2811 [McBeath : John Gordon (Robert J. McBeath & Sons), 
Bimam House, Sale, Cheshire. [Sale 581.] 

1926 3949 [McConnel : Kenneth Hamlyn, B.ARCH.Sydney ; c/o Manager, 
Queensland National Bank, Pitt Street, Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. 

1921 3253 J McConnell : Leonard [ Herbert Baker Scholar ], The Rhodes 

Building, 150 St. George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1938 4263 [McCrea : William, 10 Bute Terrace, Strathbungo, Glasgow, S.i. 
1906 1668 [McDermott : Walter Kingsley, 54 Victoria Street, S.W.i. 

[Victoria 2713.] 

1926 3997 [MacDonald : Alister Gladstone [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medal- 

list 1920-21], 9 Howitt Road, Hampstead, N.W.3 [Primrose 
Hill 2883]; 6 Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 

[Franklin 6135.] 

1922 3573 [McDonald : James Robert Angus, 109 Addison Drive, 

St. Giles, Lincoln. 

1914 2509 [McDougall : James Cecil, B.sc.(A.rch.F,ng.), b.arch. McGill ; 

85 Osborne Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1928 4168 [Macduff : Albert Stanislas, b.arch. McGill ; P.O. Box 929, 
Rouyn, P.Q., Canada. [Rouyn 153.] 

1921 3255 [Mace : Thomas Henry, 127A Bishop Street, Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada. 

1928 4264 [McEwan : (Miss) Margaret Jean, Architectural Department, 

Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Head Office, 
Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1929 4303 [Macfadyen : (Miss) Irene Joanna, 72 Regent’s Park Road, 

N.W.l. [Primrose 2713.] 

1931 3162 [Macfarlane : George Gordon, m.c., b.sc. ; 41 Acacia Road, 

N.W.8. 

1928 4197 [MacGeagh : John, Goodson’s Chambers, 2A Donegall Place, 

Belfast. [Belfast 5839.] 

1884 548 [McGibbon : Alexander, 10 Tantallon Road, Glasgow, S.i. 

1929 4337 [MacGillivray : Ian Donald, dip. arch. Liverpool ; P.O. 

Box 353, Bulawayo, S. Rhodesia. 

1928 4265 [McGrath : Raymond, B.ARCH.Sydney ; Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, and “ Finella,” Queen’s Road, Cambridge. [Cam- 
bridge 2393.] 

1 9 1 5 2559 [MACGREGOR : James, m_a. [Pugin Student 1912] ; 12 Ladbroke 

Square, W.11. 

1918 2675 [Macgregor : John Eric Miers, 7 St. Peter’s Square, W.6. 

1919 2812 [Mackay : Harry, c/o Noel Dawson, Esq., 1 Rue Ancienne 

Bourse, Alexandria, Egypt. 

1920 3010 [McKay : John Ross (Richardson & McKay), 4 Melville Street, 

Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 22202.] 

1923 3673 [McKay : John Sibbald (Heiton & McKay), 72 George Street, 

Perth. [Perth 443.] 

1923 3674 [Mackay : Robert Stuart Stephen, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; 43 West- 

bum Road, Aberdeen. [Aberdeen 8820.] 

1914 2483 [Mackellar Robert Norman, DiP.ARCH.Glas. (Cackett & 

Bums Dick) ; 21 Ellison Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

[Newcastle Central 1874.] 


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1904 i552fJMACKENZiE : Henry Blinman, The County Hall, Westminster 
Bridge, S.E.i. 

1920 2891 {McKenzie : John Charles, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; Commonwealth 

Works Department, Desmond Chambers, Adelaide Street, 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

1919 2813 {Mackenzie : Kenneth Beaumont, m.c. ; Broadway Lodge, 

Petham, Canterbury. 

1929 4304 {Mackenzie : Kenneth Ronald, b.arch. Liverpool ; 46-47 

Central House, Simmonds Street, Johannesburg, South 
Africa. [Johannesburg C.6778.] 

1896 1189 {McKewan : Arthur Ernfst, King’s Court, 115 Colmore Row, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 7411.] 

1926 3925 {McKewan : Arthur Malcolm, 10 Wilton Road, Handsworth, 

Birmingham. 

1923 3675 {Mackey : Nicholas Charles [ Victory Scholarship 1922], 

c/o H. E. Budden, Esq., E.S. & A. Bank Building, King and 
George Streets, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 

1920 3011 {Mackey: Samuel Armstrong Hurst, 2 Bold Street Chambers, 

Warrington. [Warrington 585 and 927.] 

1894 1056 {Mackinnon : Arthur Hay Livingstone, 245 Union Street, 

Aberdeen. 

1892 897 {Mackintosh : Alexander [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1890, 

Tite Prizeman 1891], 101 Park Avenue, New York, U.S.A. 

1927 4126 {Mackintosh : Captain Gordon Nasmyth, F.s.A.Scot. ; Bank 

of Montreal, University and St. Catherine Streets Branch, 
Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1921 3163 {Mackintosh : William, Brook, White Rose Lane, Woking. 

1918 2 6 76 * [ AI c Lac H lan : Charles, 136 Upton Road, Bexley Heath, Kent. 

1903 1503 {McLaren : Thomas, 1096 Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, Canada. 

1920 2892 {Maclaurin : Robert William, Yorkshire House, Auckland. 

New Zealand. 

1928 4266 {MacLean : Archibald, b.a. ; co County Architect, County 

Hall, Cambridge. 

1918 2677 {McLean : George, 29 Park Lane, Wembley, Middlesex. 

1927 4127 {McLeavy : George Edward, 9 Lassa Road, Eltham, S.E.9. 

1927 4128 {Maclennan : John, dip. arch. Abdn. ; 16 Bridge Street, 

Aberdeen . 

1926 3998 {MacManus : Frederick Edward Bradshaw, 39 Rotherwick 

Road, Hampstead Garden Suburb, N.W.11. 

1920 2893 {McMichael : Alastair Marshall, m.a. (E. Simpson, 

McMichael & Davidson) ; 16 King Street, Stirling. [Stirling 
34 -] 

1898 1273 {McMichael : Gerald, 105 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

1919 2706 {Macmillan : Alec Lowe, 85 Cambridge Road, Southport. 

1922 3574 {McNaught : Robert Mackison, “ Dunbritton,” St. Helen’s 

Road, Westhoughton. near Bolton, Lancs. 

1927 4129 {McNeil : Patrick [ Tite Prizeman 1928], 24 Doughtv Street 

W.C.i. 

1920 3095 {McNicol : John, p.a.s.i. ; Town Planning Assistant, Midland 

Joint Town Planning Advisory Council, The Council House, 
Birmingham. 

1925 38i8{HMacphail : Duncan St. Clair, 130 Marchmont Road, 
Edinburgh. 

1921 3221 {Macpherson : Donald, “ Denecroft,” Denewood Road High- 

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Elected, Number. 

1914 2543 [MacRae : Ebenezer James, 64 Frederick Street, Edinburgh. 
1920 3012 [Maddock: Richard Henry, m.c.; Telscombe, Upland Road, 
Sutton, Surrey. 

1922 3604 [Maddock : (Mrs.) Winifred, Telscombe, Upland Road, Sutton , 

Surrey. 

1918 2678 [Maddox : Frank Morrall (Watkin & Maddox), National 

Provincial Bank Chambers, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. 
[Hanley 7497-1 

1909 2oot [Madeley : Charles Stanbury, 39 Newhall Street, Birming- 
ham. [Birmingham Central 1846.] 

1899 1277 [Mager : Ernest Jesse, 24 Avenue Chambers, Southampton 

Row, W.C. 

1922 3438 [Mahon : Sidney Edward, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; “ Strathmore,” 

Manor Avenue, Great Crosby, Liverpool. 

1909 2002 [Mair : John Thomas, Government Architect, Public Works 
Department, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1920 2894 [Maisey : Samuel Reginald, 88 Pitt Street, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 

1909 1933 [Major : William Paul, 2055 Addison Way, Eagle Rock, 

Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. 

1921 3222 [Mallard : Francis Allan, Assistant Architect, Public Works 

Dept., Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

1929 4338 [Manderson : Frederick Keith, b.arch. Sydney ; 25 Wood- 

land Street, Marrickville, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 

1921 3223 [Mann : Stephen, 28 Lowther Street, Carlisle. 

1921 3336 [Mann : William Roderick John, Architects’ Department, 

P.W.D., Colombo, Ceylon. 

1922 3576 [Mansergh : Brian George Lewis (F. K. Kendall & Mansergh), 

The Rhodes Building, St. George’s Street, Cape Town, 
South Africa. [Cape Town Central 574.] 

1913 2430 [March : John Ewart (Spence, Robinson & Partners), 3 Peking 

Road, Shanghai, China. 

1919 2814 [Marchant : Francis Oliver, m.c. ; 10 Taviton Street, Gordon 

Square, W.C.i. [Museum 7275.) 

1896 1207 [Marchant : Robert [Northcot, Sutton-at-Hone, Kent], 

2 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1919 2815 [Marchinton : James Edward, 25 Steade Road, Sharrow, 
Sheffield. 

1921 3164 [Marr : Edmund Town ley, c/o Government .Architects Office, 

Public Works Department, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1922 3577 [Marr : John Glbb (A. Marshall Mackenzie & Son), 173A 

Union Street, Aberdeen. [Aberdeen 835.] 

1923 3637 [Marrotte : Edgar Samuel, B.ARCH.McGill ; 1765 Mont- 

gomery Avenue, New York City, U.S.A. 

1923 3677 [Marshall : Francis William, Bank Architect, Bank of 

London and South America, Ltd., 6, 7 and 8 Tokenhouse 
Yard, E.C.2. 

1906 1725 [Marshall : Hugh John Cole, o.b.e., Croix de Guerre avec 

Citation ; Stationers Hall, E.C.4. 

1925 38i9[ '(Marshall : James Ernest, b. arch. Liverpool ; School of 

Architecture, University of Liverpool, Liverpool. 

1926 3950 [Martin : George Legat, jun., 29 Plewlands Avenue, Edin- 

burgh. 

1912 2278 [Martin: Henry Ray, County Architect’s Dept., Old Court* 
Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex. 



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Elected. Number. 

1911 2169 JMartin : John Gray, 38A New Bridge Street, E.C.4. 

1923 3678 JMartin : Marcus William (W. & R. Butler & Martin), 

84 William Street, Melbourne, Australia. 

1922 3439 JMartin : Nathaniel, 22 Montpellier Parade, Harrogate, Yorks. 

1919 2816 JMartin : William Herbert, 22 Franks Avenue, New Malden, 

Surrey. 

1921 3165 JMartindale : Christopher James Fawcett, Chairman of the 

Canterbury District Chapter of the South-Eastern Society of 
Architects, “ St. Neot’s,” London Road, Deal, Kent. [Deal 26.] 
1926 3951 JMartin-Smith : Donald Frank, A.A.Diploma ; The Briars, 

Arklev, Barnet, Herts. 

1915 2572 JMartyn : Egerton Alwyn Lawer, Chairman of the Bucks 

Society of Architects [18 Femhill, Newquay, Cornwall], 
31 High Street, High Wycombe, Bucks. [High Wycombe 
378.] 

1913 2410 JMartyn : Laurence Dunmore, John Benn Hostel, Bower 

Street, Stepney, E. 

1923 3720 JMasey: Richard James, hi Bingham Road, Addiscombe, 

Croydon. 

1925 3796 J Mason : (Miss) Hilda, North Cottage, Felixstowe. [Felix- 

stowe 405.] 

1920 2895 JMassey : Horace Lovell, Mahony’s Building, 38 Shortland 

Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1921 3337 JMaster : Chimanlal Motiram, m.a. ; Parekh Mansion, Sand- 

hurst Road, Bombay (4), India. 

1911 2170 JMatheson : Kenneth William, “Pitlochry,” 3 Warren 

Road, Wanstead, Essex. 

1914 2485 JMatthews : Harold Ewart, ii Belvidere, Weymouth, Dorset. 

1922 3440 JMauger : Paul Victor Edison, Assistant Architect, Public 

Works Department, Jerusalem, Palestine. 

1912 2337 JMaughan : Joseph Robinson, c o Messrs. Lester, Johnson & 

Morris, 1 Kiukiang Road, Shanghai, China. 

1910 2060 JMaxwell : William Charles, 29 Donegal! Street, Belfast. 
[Belfast 5732.] 

1923 3721 JMay : Arthur John, Y.M.C.A., Salisbury Road, Kowloon, 

Hong Kong. 

1920 3096 JMay : Percy, 235 Devonshire Road, Forest Hill, 

S.E.23. 

1919 2737 JMay : Thomas William Vivian, Assistant Architect, Public 

Works Department, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1913 243ifJM.AYHEW : Alfred Ernest [25 Haycroft Gardens, N.W.10] ; 

District Surveyor for Deptford, Bank Chambers, 329 New 
Cross Road, S.E.14. [New Cross 0890.] 

1898 1250 JMaynard : Dudley Christopher (Hayward & Maynard), 
14 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. [Gerrard 4577.] 

1922 3578 JMeager : Kildare Stucley, Bank Chambers, Heathfield Street, 

Swansea. [Swansea 4324.] 

1908 1899 JMeakin : Frank, Architect’s Department, Town Hall 

Sheffield. ’ 

1921 3339 JMealand : Henry Anthony, Principal Architect’s Office, 

Public Works Department, Perth, W. Australia. 

1923 3679 JMee : Clifford Edmund, 33 Lamboume Road, Seven Kings, 

Essex. ’ 

1926 3907 JMeikle : (Miss) Edyth, A.A.Diploma ; 27 Parliament Hill 

Hampstead, N.W.3. ’ 



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Elected. Number. 

1921 3340 {Meikle : Joseph Abraham, 9 Cautley Avenue, Clapham 

Common, S.W.4. 

1920 2897 {Meldrum : Percy Hayman [Tite Prizeman 1920], 374 Little 

Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1909 2004 {Mellor : Wilfrid Law, m.c. ; c/o District Bank, Spring 
Gardens, Manchester. 

1921 3341 {Mendham : John Bernard, f.s.i. ; 17 Dartmouth Street, Queen 

Anne’s Gate, S.W.i. [Victoria 5089.] 

1919 2818 {Meredith : John Nelson, “ Roughcast,” 27 Shrewsbury 

Road, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

1902 1468 {Merille de Colleville : Henry Louis Emile, 48 Bedford 
Row, W.C.i. 

1927 4130 {Merrifield : Charles Henry Norman. 

1895 1152 {Messenger: Robert, Town Hall Chambers, 148 High Street, 

Heme Bay, Kent. [Heme Bay 332.] 

1926 3926 {Messent : Claude John Wilson, Burlington Buildings, Orford 
Place, Norwich. 

192S 3857 {Metcalfe : John Armstrong, 69 Valley Road, Streatham, 

S.W.16. 

igig 2738 {Middleton : Vibert, 95 Auckland Road, Darlington. 

1888 689 {Migotti : Alphonzo, f.s.i. ; “ Vernon House,” 49 Huddleston 

Road, Tufnell Park, N.7. 

1922 3579 {Milburn : Charles William, Feethams, Darlington. [Dar- 

lington 2062.] 

1908 1856 {Millar Allan Scott, 38 Western Elms Avenue, Reading. 

1920 3014 {Miller : Bernard Alexander, 40 Glenmore Road, Oxton, 

Birkenhead. 

1922 3441 {Miller : Claude St. John Garle, 78 Campden Street, Church 

Street, W.8. 

1920 3015 {Miller : Eric Stuart Campbell (Miller & White), A.M.P. 

Chambers, Princes Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. [Dunedin 
10-242.] 

1904 1613 {Miller : James, c/o Metropolitan Railway Engineer, Public 

Works Department, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1886 585 {Miller: John Joseph, f.s.i.; 8 Poplar Grove, Hammersmith, 

W. 

1925 3858 {Miller: Joseph Charles (Messrs. Stark & McNiel), 22A Beach 

Street, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1925 3797 {Miller : Joseph Haydn, b. arch. Liverpool ; c/o Messrs. 

Davies & Brooke, 4 Avenue Edward VII, Shanghai, China 
(via Siberia). 

1914 2544 {Miller : Stanley Russell, 36 Great Ormond Street, Queen 

Square, W.C.i. [Museum 7883.] 

1925 382o{ ||Millett : Douglas Gladstone, c/o J. A. Sherman, Esq., 

9 Northgate Street, Ipswich. 

1923 3722 {Milligan : Thomas William, Rhodes Buildings, St. George’s 

Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1928 4169 {Mills : Andrew Kaye, B.ARCH.McGill ; 67 Fifth Avenue, 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 

1925 3798 {Mills : John Checkley Robinson, 38 Martin Place, Sydney, 

New South Wales. 

1921 3257 {Milne : James, 30 Thomwood Avenue, Patrick West, Glasgow. 

1922 3580 {Milner : John Sowerby. 

1925 3859 {Minoprio : Charles Anthony, m.a. [R.I.BA. Henry Jarvis 

Student 1925], 9 Weymouth Street, W.i. [Langham 3405-] 



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Elected. Number. 

192a 3442 JMinty : Robert James Hugh, National Society’s House, 21 
Great Peter Street, Westminster, S.W.i [Victoria 5014, 
Primrose Hill 3972.] 

1922 3581 JMinty : William Stanley, 35 Craven Street, Charing Cross, 

W.C.2. 

1928 4267 JMirams : Dennis George, The Municipal Council, Shanghai, 
China. 

1921 3166 JMitchell : Andrew, m.m. ; “The Shieling,” Rectory Road, 

Pitsea, Essex. 

1915 2590 JMitchell : Cyril Hawthorn, Nathan’s Buildings, Wellington, 
New Zealand. 


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1922 
1921 

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1921 

1923 

1912 

1909) 

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1922 
1906 
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1922 

1913 

1920 


1670 JMitchell : Daniel (Walker & Weeks), 2341 Carnegie Avenue, 
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 

3443 JMitchell: Edward Arnold, 17 Hanover Square, W.i. 

3342 JMitchell: George Angus, dip .arch .Abdn. ; 1 West Craib- 
stone Street, Bon-Accord Square. Aberdeen. 

1901 JMitchell : William Henry (Naish & Mitchell, 8 Hatter Street, 
1 . Bury St. Edmunds), “ Westley-Brow,” Bury St. Edmunds, 
* r Suffolk. [Bury St. Edmunds 356.] 

1934 JMobbs : Sydney Wilfrid [63 Park Road, Lowestoft], Town 
Hall, Lowestoft. 

3167 JMoerdijk : Gerard Leendert Pieter, Court Chambers, 
Pretoria, South Africa. 

3723 J Moffat : John Arthur Carter, c o Standard Bank, Nairobi, 
Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

2338 JMoir : David James, 14 Phillips Square, Montreal, Canada. 

2007 JMole : Herbert William, Department of Building, Technical 
College, Leeds. [Leeds 22481.] 


4131 JMollison : William, c,o Public Works Department, Union 
Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. 

i69fJM0NiER-WiLLiAMS : Stanley Faithfull, f.s.i. ; The Old 
House, Southwold, Suffolk. 

3724 JMonk : Sydney George, 134 Tufnell Park Road, N.7. 

1504 J Monro : Charles Ernest (James M. Monro & Son), 134 Bath 
Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 1907.] 

3999 JMonroe : Leonard, 27 Victoria Road, Penarth, S. Wales. 
4198 j Mon son : John William Sutton, B.A.Cantab., A.A.Diploma ; 

9 Park Gate Gardens, East Sheen, SAV. 14. [Richmond 0412.] 
3634 JMoodif. : Ian Alexander, dip .arch. Abdn. ; 44 Hamilton 

Place, Aberdeen. 

3582 JMoody : Herbert Line, p.a.s.i. ; Shrewsbury House, Lyonsdown 

Road, New Barnet, Herts. 

1671 JMoon : Henry Alfred, p.a.s.i. ; 1 Melbourne Road, Merton 
Park, Surrey. 

2172 JMoore : Ernest Josiah Edwards [Roval Buildings, Talbot 
Road, Port Talbot], Commerce Chambers, John Street 
Porthcawl, Glam. ’ 

3583 | Moore : Frank Allen [White Cottage, Saltford, Somersetl 

1 Unity Street, College Green, Bristol. ’ 

2383 JMoore : Captain Harold Edw'ard, d.s.o., m.c re • c!n The 
War Office, Whitehall, S.W.i. ’ ’ 1 


5016 JMoore : John Drummond 
Dcwling), 29 Bligh Street, 


Macpherson (Wardell, Moore & 
Sydney, New South W T ales. 


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Elected. Number. 

1926 3927 J Moore : John Robert [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Silver Medallist 
1927 and 1928], 13 Acland Road, Willesden Green, 
N.W.2. 

1898 1263 JMoore : Louis, Mutton Close, Hertford, Herts. 

1887 631 JMoore : Theodore, 54 Strand, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

J 9 2 9 4339 JMorant : Clive Aubrey Lushington, 42 St. John’s Park, 
N.19. 

1920 3017 J Morgan : Alfred Percy, Imperial Chambers, Bank Street, 

Whangarei, New Zealand. 

1907 1782 JMorgan : Charles Leonard Thomas, 43 Brunswick Avenue, 

New Southgate, N. 

1909 2008 JMorgan : Ernest Edmond, m.c. ; Borough Architect of Swan- 
sea, 3 Prospect Place, Swansea. [T.A. Valuer, Swansea 
Docks — Swansea 236.] 

1926 3947 JMorgan : Guy Llewellyn, Univ. Lond. School Diploma. 
1928 4199 j Morgan : Richard George, m.c., p.a.s.i. ; “ Winterbrook,” 

Burnell Road, Sutton. 

1901 1365 JMorgan : William Vincent [Hillside, Carmarthen], County 

Architect, County Offices, Carmarthen. 

1 906^ 1672 J Mori, and : Geoffrey, Castle Green Road, Kendal, 
to f 

1908 r 

J 9i4 ) 

1927 4070 JMorley : Chester Stanley, Public Works Department, 

Victoriaborg, Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa. 

1919 2820 JMorley : Cyril Savage, A.A.Diploma ; Capel House, Kew, 

Surrey. 

1912 2280 JMorley : Francis Henry, c/o Herbert J. Rowse, Esq., 5 India 
Buildings, Water Street, Liverpool. 

1920 3018 JMorrey : Percy, m.b.e., m.sc.(tech. ARCH.)Mancr. [ Grissell 

Gold Medallist 1923] [Enderlie, Crewe Road, Nantwich, 
Cheshire] ; Sandy Ridge, Bexley Road, Eltham, S.E.9. 

1893 997fJMoRRiCE : Arthur George [“ Hillcrest,” Upper Tooting 
Park, S.W.], District Surveyor for Wandsworth East, 

1 Drewstead Road, Streatham, S.W.16. [Streatham 
1186.] 

1926 3952 JMorris : Alexander George, A.A.Diploma ; 43 Dorset Road, 

Ealing, W.5. 

1927 4132 JMorris : Robert Primrose, Corthiemuir, Udny Station, 

Aberdeenshire . 

1928 4268 JMorrison : James, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. [R.I.B.A. Recognised Schools 

Silver Medallist 1926] ; 95 Lonsdale Road, Barnes, S.W.13. 

1925 3861 J .Morrison : Robert Horn, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; 264 Hilton Drive, 

Aberdeen. 

1919 2819 JMortimer : Alan Lee, Consulting Architect, Government of 

United Provinces, P.W.D. Secretariat, Lucknow. India. 

1923 3680 JMorton : HuBERTCoNRAD, 2 i 7 LambtonQuay,Wellington,New 
Zealand. 

1926 3953 JMosely : (Miss) Edna, 45 Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. 

[Holbom 4609.] 

1920 3098 JM oss : Donald John, Mansion House Chambers, n Queen 

Victoria Street, E.C.4. 

1912 2281 {Moss: Harold Edward, 5 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C. 
[Chancery 7807.] 

1906 1727 JMoss : Sydney, 4 St. Ann’s Square, Manchester. 



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1911 2236 JMottram : Alfred Hugh, Second Scottish National Housing 

Co. (Housing Trust), Ltd., 59 Frederick Street, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 20945.] 

1908 1858 JMould : Stuart Mill, National Mutual Chambers, 85 Pitt 

Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1925 3893! UMoulding : Lewis George, 107 Broadwater Road, Tottenham, 

N.17. 

1889 724 JMoull : William Arnold, Brentwood, Essex. 

1928 4269 JMount : Edward Cyril [Distinction in Thesis ] ; “ The Elms,’’ 

Guillett Lane, Kirby Muxloe, Leicester. 

1894 ' 1007 JMowlem : John Ernest, Swanage, Dorset. 

1927 4133 j Mullins : Frederick William, Department of Public Works, 
Pretoria, South Africa. 

1918 2679 JMullins : Geoffrey Thomas, 5 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s 
Inn, W.C.i. [Chancery 7807.] 

191*0 2117 JMulready : Paul William, 13 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 
[Central 8575.] 

1888 676 JMummery : John Charles Stephen (Rowland Plumbe & 

• Partners') [85 Pellatt Grove, Wood Green, N.22], 107 Great 
Russell Street, W.C.i . [Museum 1039.] 

1910 2080 JMunnings : Joseph Fearis, Messrs. Power, Adam & Munnings, 

B.N.Z. Chambers, George and Wynyard Streets, Sydney, 
Australia. 

1911 2173 JMunt : Francis Edwin Spencer, 34 Grosvenor Place, S.W.i. 

[Victoria 4798.] 

1907 1823 JMurch : Spencer Harris Joseph, 20 Dublin Crescent, Westbury- 
on-Trym. 

1921 3343 J Murray : Keith Day Pearcf. [Victory Scholarship 1922] ; 

85B Lexham Gardens, W.8. 

1929 4355 J Murray- Jones : William, Corporation of Durban, Natal, 
South Africa. 

1924 3762 JMusker : (Miss) Doris, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; Rest Cottage, 

Upper Colwyn Bay, North Wales. 

1915 2591 JMusman : Ernest Paul Brander, B.A.Lond. [R.I.B.A. Donald- 
son Medallist 1910-11]; 7 Carteret Street, Westminster 

S.W.i. [Victoria 2835.] 

1901 851 IMusto : Frederick, 18 Montpelier Crescent, Brighton. 

1906 1674 JMyers : Albert Robert, 154 Palewell Park, East Sheen, 

S.W.i 4. 


1918 2680 JNapier : James, Dip.ARCH.Glas. (J. W. Laird & Napier) ; 219 

St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2. 

1926 4001 JNash : Edward Tindal Elwix, ii Halsey Street, Cadogan 

Square, SAY. 3. 

1926 4002 JNash : Vivian Leslie, 20 Risebridge Road, Gidea Park, Essex. 

1920 2,898 JNatusch: Stanley, a. a. Diploma (C. Tilleard Natusch & Sons) ; 

Huddart Parker Building, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1909 1937 JNeaye : Stacey Arthur (Wilson, Neave & Berry), 

L nion House, 247 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales . 

1921 3344 J Needham : Charles William Cashmore (S. Needham & 

Son), Hepworth Chambers, 29 High Ousegate, York [York 
2770.] 

1897 1223! JNelson : Clement Osmund, 38 Fumival Street, E.C. 

1923 3681 JNesbitt : John Kenneth, La Tuque, P.Q., Canada. 



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Elected. Number. 

1919 2821 JNewboult : Bernard, 36 Poplar Avenue, Great Horton, 

Bradford. 

1902 1470 JNewcombe : Charles Frederick (Newcombe & Newcombe), 

23 Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 
186.] 

1914 2486 J Newham : Theodore Nelson, St. Helen’s, Nazeine, Essex. 

1923 3639 JNewham : William Benjamin Turner, Public Works Dept., 

Union Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. 

1902 1471 [Newman : Percival Corney, f.s.i. (H. Percy Monckton) ; 

32 Walbrook, E.C. [Central 4704.] 

1894 1030 JNewnham : John, 60 Elm Park Road, S.W.3. 

1921 3168 [Ne wrick : Frederick Hubert, 23 Ashleigh Grove, Fulwell, 

Sunderland. 

1922 3584 JNewsum : Arthur Thorpe, 62 Derby Road, Long Eaton, 

near Nottingham. 

1906 1730 JNewton : John, “ Pevensey,” Cliffe End, Purley, Surrey. 

1922 3444 JNewton : Percy Maurice, Chief Architect, Borough Engineer’s 
Department, Bridlington. 

1 9 1 5 3592 JNichols : Captain Charles Edwin, c o Post Office, Fort 

Jameson, Northern Rhodesia, Central Africa. 

1912 2282 JNicholson : Frederick William, 2 Dewey Avenue, Aintree, 

Liverpool. [Liverpool Walton 348.] 

1882 41 1 Nicholson: John Anthony Thompson (Nicholson & Clarke), 

[Glenthorne, White Cross, Hereford] ; Cathedral Chambers, 
King Street, Hereford. [Hereford 2466.] 

1920 3020 JNicholson : Thomas, John Street, Workington. 

1913 2432 JNimmo : William Wilson, m.c. [Distinction in Thesis ] ; 16 

Riverside, Sunbury, Middlesex. 

1920 2899 JNisbet : Alec. 4 Woden Grove, Epsom Road, Croydon. 

1922 3585 JNoble : Charles Armitage (Byron & Noble), 9 Victoria 

Buildings, Silver Street, Bury, Lancs. [Bury 1024] ; and 
6 Clarence Road, Withington, Manchester. 

1921 3169 JNorburn : George Bertram Edward, c/o Director, Public 

Works Department, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

1925 3782 JNorbury : William Alan, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; Broadmead, 

Hale, Cheshire. 

1923 3682 JNorcliffe : Arthur James, Windy Ridge, Edgewood Road, 

Meols, Cheshire. 

1928 4200 JNorth : Edwin Samuel, A.A.Diploma ; 183 Old Oak Road, W.3. 

1922 3445 JNorton : Charles Joseph, c o The County Surveyor, 9 Queen 

Street, Norwich. 

1920 2900 JNowland : Raymond Clare, War Service Homes Commission, 

Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

1923 3683 JNunn : John Price, B..\.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; School of Architec- 

ture, Liverpool University, Liverpool. 

1922 3586 JNutt : Edward James, 26 East Moor Crescent, Roundhay, 

Leeds. 

1902 1426 JOakes : Leonard Rycroft, 28 Surrey Road, North Harrow. 

1886 587 JOakley : Frank Page (Oakley & Sanville), 60 King Street, 

Manchester. [Manchester Central 4916.] 

1926 4003 JO akle y : William Owen, Penygeulan, Berriew, Mont- 

gomeryshire. 

1925 3821J [IO’Beirne : Thomas, Architect to Ayr Corporation, 49 Dalblair 

Road, Ayr, Scotland. 


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1906 1676 J O’Connor : Dominic Mary, b.a., b.e. ; 60 South Mall, Cork. 

1922 3587 {O’Connor : Edward Dominic, 58 London Road, Leicester. 
1920 3021 {Odom : John Henry [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1921], [139 

Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts.], c/o F. 
Etchells, Esq., ia Kensington Place, W.8. 

1927 4134 {Ogilvie : Arthur George Wright, “Lyndhurst,” Carnoustie, 
Scotland. 

1926 4004 {Old.acre : William Bernard, 130 Princes Road, Hartshill, 

Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. 

1907 1824 {Oliver : Bruce William, Queen Anne’s Chambers, Barnstaple. 

[Barnstaple 228.] 

1912 2341 {Openshaw : Frederick Evelyn, 37 Bainton Road, Oxford. 
1920 2901 {Opie : Arnold Mostyn, 47 Grange Road, Lower Mitcham, 
South Australia. 

1912 2283 {Ordish : Roland, 5 Bailey Street, Derby. 

1898 1249 {Ormrod ; John, Walker Fold, Smithills, Bolton. 

1910 2064 {Orr : Robert, p.a.s.i.; 70-71 Evelyn House, 62 Oxford Street, 
W.r. [Museum 5782.] 

1922 3446 {Osbaldiston : George Albert, Challinor Street, Auchenflower, 

Brisbane, Australia. 

1908 1902 {Osborne : Frank John, m.c. ; 95 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Central 260.] 

1910 2065 {Osler : Francis, 28 Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park, W.2. 

[Park 0126.] 

1927 4071 {Overnell : Harold, 135 Lyndhurst Road, Worthing, Sussex. 

1915 2374 {Owen : Albert Henry, Lyminge, Helsby, near Warrington. 

[Helsbv 32.] 

1928 4270 {Owen : Ai.ec, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; “ Gadlys,” Monmouth 

Road, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

1922 3447 {Owen : Arthur Trevor, “ Myrtle Bank,” Dalmorton Road, 

New Brighton, Cheshire. 

1923 3640 {Owen: Geoffrey Leyland, B.ARCH.Liverpool; 112 Holland 

Road, W.14. 

1925 3862 {Owen : John Hugh Lloyd, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; 47 Osborne 

Road, Tue Brook, Liverpool. 

1901 1366 {Owen: Reginald Wynn, 25 Minster Road, Cricklewood,N.W.2. 

1925 3783 {Owen : Wilfred Herbert, B.sc.(iECH.ARCH.)?\lancr. ; Archi- 

tects’ Office, Public Works Department, Hone Kong. 

1912 2284 {Oxley : Wilfred Benjamin, President of the Natal Provincial 

Institute of South African Architects , Greenacre’s Buildings, 
Greenacre’s Passage, Durban, South Africa. 

1915 2593 {Pace : Charles Lancashire, 41 Thornhill Square, Barnsbury, 

N.i . 

1922 3588 {Page : Eric Charles Randle. 

1901 1398 {Page : Ernest Godfrey, 11 Gray’s Inn Place, W.C.i. 

1910 2066 {Page : James, Deputy Director General of Archieologv in 
India, Delhi, India. 

1912 2343 {Page : John, b.a. Cantab. ; Bridge Street, Fakenham, Norfolk. 
1920 3023 {Page : Thomas Alexander (T. A. Page & Son), 67 King Street' 
South Shields. [South Shields 476.] 

1925 3863 {Page: William Palmer, “ Clifton,”' Carabella Street, Kirri- 
billi, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1925 3799 {Pakington: Hon. Humphrey Arthur, A.A.Diploma (Pakington 
Enthoven & Grey) ; 2 Bedford Square, W.C.i . [Museum 4211.] 



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1885 560 [Paley : Harry Anderson [Grissell Gold Medallist 1883], 

Escowbeck Cottage, Caton, Lancaster. 

1920 3099 I Palmer : Arthur James (Jones & Palmer), 405 Southern 

Cross Buildings, Chancery Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 
[Auckland 40-409.] 

1897 1226 [Palmer: Charles Samuel Frederick [Cates Prizeman 1896], 

Westward Ho, Westonville Avenue, Margate. 

1905 1625 | Palmer : Charles Thomas, 54 Faversham Avenue, Bush Hill 

Park, Enfield, Middlesex. 

1895 1086 [Palmer : Herbert Jeffrey, “ Mona,” Malden Hill, New 

Malden, Surrey. 

1921 3345 [Palmer : James, 35 Birchwood Avenue, Sidcup, Kent. 

1922 3589 [Palmer : Kenneth, 19 Evington Valley Road, Leicester. 

1919 2823 [Palmer : Roger Liddesdale, m.c. ; North Wood, Kings Drive, 

Willingdon, Eastbourne. [Hampden Park 15.] 

1926 3929 [Paramor : Frank William, ” Hillsborough,” Selsdon, Sander- 
stead, Surrey. 

1928 4271 [Parker : Cecil James, 13 Oseney Crescent, N.W.5. 

1925 3864 [Parker : John Herbert, Whitcote, Grimsdyke Crescent, 

Barnet, Herts. 

1922 3590 [Parker : John Kilgour, A.A.Diploma (Forsyth & Parker) ; 

Westminster House, 122 Longmarket Street, Cape Town, 
South Africa. [Cape Town Central 1532.] 

1926 4005 [Parker : Captain Robert, m.c., p.a.s.i. ; “ Roslyn,” Old Road, 

Llandudno. 

1911 2238 [Parker: Thomas Abel, 22 Masons Hill, Bromley, Kent. 

1919 2824 [Parkes : Edgar Mainwaring, Deputy County Architect, 
Newgate Street, Chester. 

1924 3757 [Parkes : Stanley Thomas (Oakley & Parkes), “ McEwan 

House,” 343 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, C.i, Australia. 

1927 4135 [Parkin : Horace Reginald, “ Pantiles,” Park Avenue, Day- 

brook, Notts. 

1903 1506 [Parkinson : Charles Edmund Lancaster, ioi Ladbroke 
Grove, W.n. 

1918 2682 [Parnacott : Horace Walter, 18 Cork Street, Burlington 
Gardens, W.i. [Regent 2676.] 

1927 4136 [Parr : David Joseph, Public Works Department, Pretoria, 

South Africa. 

1929 4305 [Parry: Henry Thomas, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; “ Bryn Hyfryd,” 

Penmorfa, Portmadoc, N. Wales. 

1925 3894[||Pascoe : Herbert, p.a.s.i. ; 5 Scholemoor Avenue, Lidget Green, 

Bradford. 

1926 3930 [Pashen : John Herbert, f.s.i. ; Public Works Department, 

Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika Territory, East Africa. 

1892 931 [Passmore : Herbert (Caroe & Passmore), 3 Great College 

Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 5324.] 

1905 1616 [Paterson : Claude, 14 John Dalton Street, Manchester. 

1928 4201 [Paterson : Eric Arnold, 33 Bingham Park Road, Sheffield. 
1911 2239 [Paterson : John Wilson, m.v.o., m.b.e. ; H.M. Office of 

Works, 3 Parliament Square, Edinburgh. 

1914 2487 [Paterson : William (Oldrieve, Bell & Paterson), [Pugin Student 
1913, Distinction in Thesis], 22 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 23859.] 

1926 3931 [Patker : Purushottam Mukund, Univ. Lond. School Diploma, 

16 Harvey Road, Gamdevi, Bombay, India. 


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Elected. Number. 

1921 3170 JPaton : Archibald Gilchrist, 46 Edgehill Road, Broomhill, 

Glasgow, W.i. 

1911 2199 JPaton : William Mortimer, “ Wethersell,” Pellhurst Road, 

Rvde, Isle of Wight. 

1892 949 J Paxton : James, Room 132, HJVI. Office of Works, Storey’s 

Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1923 3684 [Paxton : Norval Rowallan, m.c. ; 18 Park Row, Leeds. 

[Leeds 22472.] 

1897 1228 J Payne : Edward Harding [84 Colmore Row, Birmingham], 

11 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. [Central 306.] 

1902 1474 [Payne : Wilfred Stonehouse (Payne & Payne), Chancery 

Lane, Smith Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. [Durban 
Central 496.] 

1928 4272 J Peacock : Kenneth John Renshaw, Little Tigh, Seal Chart, 
near Sevenoaks, Kent. 

1921 3171 [Pearce : Oswald Duncan (J. Douglass Mathews, Son & 

Ridley) [63 Church Road, Richmond, Surrey. — Richmond 
1915]) 3 Paul’s Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, St. Paul’s 
Churchyard, E.C.4. [City 8872.] 

1912 2344 [Pea use : Geoffrey Eastcott, Professor, University of the 

Witwatersrand, P.O. Box 1176, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
1881 280 Pearson : George, Studley, 106 Woodside Green, South 

Norwood, S.E. 

1911 2174 [Peascod : Joseph [12 Southey Street, Keswick, Cumberland], 

Alexandra House, 135 Bow Road, E.3. 

1913 2386 [Pease : Alex., c/o Public Works Department, Union Buildings, 

Pretoria, South Africa. 

1913 2433 [Peerless : Rev. Herbert Read, St. Simon Zelotes Vicarage, 

Morpeth Street, Bethnal Green, E.2. 

1914 2545 JPeermahomed : Abdulla Bhanji, Sardar Mansion, 22 Apollo 

Street, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1909 1938 [Pen fold : John Thomas, 13 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

[Museum 5602.] 

1906 1732 [Penlington : Stanley Highfield, 4 Courcelette Road, 

Toronto, Canada. 

1922 3448 J Penman : Edward Meadows, “ Staverton,” West Park Avenue, 

Billericay, Essex. 

1925 3865 [Percik : : Wolf, A.A.Diploma ; 27 Dyne Road, Brondesburv, 

N.W.6. 

1907 17 86 t Perkins : Cecil Henry, Raymond House, Theobald’s Road. 

W.C.i. [Museum 7692.] 

1928 4202 [Perry : Reginald Selby, B.ARCH.McGill ; 390 Oxford Avenue, 
Notre Dame de Grace, Montreal, Canada. 

1926 4006 J Peters : Henry Alban, b. arch. Liverpool ; “ Trevelloe,” 

Drakes Avenue, Littleham, Exmouth. 

1909 2011 [Pett : Harold Milburn, 5 Marlborough Place, Brighton. 
[Brighton 4630.] 

1906 1677 JPeyto: Alfred James, Norrington, Belle Grove Wellincr 
Kent. *’ 

1925 3895! IIPhayhe : Harold, 13 Stumperlowe Avenue, Fuhvood Sheffield 
1906 1733 [Phillips : George Edward, 65 Argyle Road, Ealing’ W.ir. 

1923 3^ 8 5 + Phillips . Herbert Eric, Karamu Road, Hastings, Hawkes Bav 

New Zealand. 

1926 4007 [Phillips : Herbert Gordon, b.arch. L iverpool • u \rburv 

Road, Cambridge. ’ 


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Elected. Number. 

1925 3800 {Phillips : Lionel Blythewood, c/o Messrs. T. R. Hall & 

G. G. Prentice, Ascot Chambers, Brisbane, Queensland, 
Australia. 

1928 4203 {Phillips : Ronald Alfred (W. H. Mackenzie & R. A. Phillips), 

“ Clive,” Grove Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 4559.] 
1908 1903 {Phipp : Reginald Arthur Hyatt, 90 Musters Road, West 

Bridgford, Nottingham. 

1921 3225 {Pickford : Aston Charles, 33 Calbourne Road, Balham, S.W.12. 

1921 3346 {Pickford : Leonard, 226 Tower Bridge Road, S.E.t. 

1912 2345 {Pickmere : Travers, “ Beech Hurst,” Altrincham, Cheshire. 

1901 1399 {Pickup : Arthur, “ Brae Side,” Revidge. Blackburn. 

1916 2611 {Picton : Clarence Spencer, 102 Wickham Road, Brockley, 
S.E.4. 

1925 3822 {IjPicTON : Clement John, Wambrook, Hillshott, Letchworth, 

Herts. 

1923 3686 {Pictor : Arthur Robert Dalzel, 14 Queen Square, Bath. 

[Bath 522.] 

1920 3024 {Pidsley : Captain Wilfrid Gould, H.Q. Baluchistan District, 
Quetta, Baluchistan, India. 

1929 4306 {Pierce : Stephen Rowland, 39 Great James Street, Bedford 

Row, W.C.i. [Museum 6235.] 

1922 3591 {Piggott : John Robert, Kingsway House, Kingsway, Stoke- 

on-Trent. [Hanley 165.] 

1920 2902 {Pilditch : Philip Harold (Pilditch, Chadwick & Co.), 6 Old 

Bond Street, W.i. [Gerrard 1730.] 

1921 3347 {Pinfold : Stanley, “ Elstan,” 12 Glebe Crescent, Hendon, 

N.W.4. 

1908 i860 {Pinsent : Cecil Ross, 3 Via delie Terme, Florence, Italy. 

1918 2684 {Platts : Percy Oates, Fern Villa, Cardigan Terrace, Wakefield. 

1922 3376 {Pledge : Charles Terry, 88 Algernon Road, Ladywell, S.E. 

1921 3348 {Plumley : Donald John Grant, Southern Cross Buildings, 

Chancery Street, Auckland, New Zealand. * 

1914 2511 {Pocock : Percy Willmer, jun., “Oak Bank,” 17 Copers 
Coke Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

1882 519 {Poi.ey : Edwin William [Tite Prizeman 1884], 14 Geraldine 

Road, Chiswick, W.4. 

1913 2435 {Ponder : Claud Vincent (Walter M. Epps & Claud V. 

Ponder), 616-617 Bank Chambers, 329 High Holbom, W.C.i. 
[Holbom 2239.] 

1920 3100 {Pool: Stanley, 8 Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall. 

1922 3377 {Pope : Clement Lawrence, Public Works Department, Port 

Elizabeth, South Africa. [Port Elizabeth 2705.] 

1923 3687 {Pope : Frank Kennerell, a.r.c.a. (Ball & Pope) ; 30 West 

Street, Weston-super-Mare. 

1919 2825 {Portsmouth : Oliver Spencer (H. C. & O. S. Portsmouth), 

Llanfair Buildings, Swansea. [Swansea 3474], and Upways, 
Hillside Crescent, Swansea. 

1895 mi {Potter: Henry Ingle, 8 St. James’s Street, Sheffield. 
[Sheffield 217.] 

1888 653 {Potts : William Edward (Potts & Hennings), 34 Victoria 

Buildings, Manchester. [Manchester City 2363] ; and 
(Potts, Hennings & Topping), Bolton. [Bolton 229.] 

1926 3932{ IIPoushkine : (Miss) Barbara, Univ. Lond. School Diploma ; 

Landseer Studios, Cunningham Place, St. John’s Wood, N.W .8. 
[Paddington 6998.] 




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Elected. Number. 

1924 3758 [Powell : Albert Harry, 35 Circuit Lane, Bath Road, 

Reading. 

1927 4137 [Powell : William Thomas, Hanlye, Buckingham Road, 
Edgware. 

1902 1428 [Power : Cyril Edward, f.r.hist.s. [Soane Medallist 1900] ; 

22 Buckingham Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

1905 1617 | Powys : Albert Reginald, 20 Buckingham Street, Strand, 

W.C.2. 

1927 4041 [Prangnell : Cecil Thomas, Hillside Cottage, Upper War- 
lingham, Surrey. 

1894 1049 [Pratt : George Percy, Homefield, Wembley, Middlesex. 

1891 840 [Pratt : Robert Bailie, County Bank House, Elgin, Scotland. 

1926 3954 [Preston : Frederick Leslie, a.a. Diploma [R.I.B.A. Henry 

Jarvis Student at A.A., 1924] ; 34 Lovelace Road, Dulwich, 
S.E.21. 

1882 462 Preston : Richard Bassnett, The Firs, Barnstaple. 

1926 4008 [Price : Arthur John, 21 Northesk Street, Stone, Staffs. 

1922 3449 [Price : Harry James Parkin, 19 Eastholm, Golders Green, 
N.W.11. 

1895 1080 J Prick : Henry, City Architect, Town Hall, Manchester. 

1925 3823t||PRicE : Thomas George, p.a.s.i. ; Cross Hands, Llanelly, 

South Wales. 


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3866 [Price : Wilfred John Brookhouse, 34 Kensington Gardens, 
Ilford, Essex. 

3025 [Price : William Harold (Frank W. Wills & Sons), “ Cran- 
brook,” Victoria Road, Clevedon, Somerset. 

345° t P richard : Lionel Arthur George, 57 Moorfields, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Bank 36.] 

3688 [Prideaux : Arthur, m.m. ; c/o Messrs. Nobbs & Hyde, 14 
Phillips Square, Montreal, Canada. 

4009 [Pringle : Gordon, m.a. Cantab. ; 33 Markham Street, S.W.3. 
[Flaxman 4992.] 

3593 t Pritchard : Harold William, b.arch. Liverpool ; 45 Plattsville 
Road, Allerton Road, Liverpool. 

2240 J Pritchard : Ivor Mervyn, a.r.c.a. [Beaumaris, Anglesey] ; 
12 Calais Gate, S.E.5. 

2489 [Pritchard: William, p.a.s.i. ; The Housing Department, 
Corporation of Liverpool, Liverpool. 

1828 [Procter : John Clifford, m.c. [Ashpitel Prizeman 1907] ; 

40 Clarendon Road, Leeds. [Leeds 22555.] 

3349 [Prosser : Donald Sydney, 54 Glebe Road, Bames, 
S.W.13. 

1406 [Pryke : Louis Edward, 28 Westhorpe Street, Putney, S.W. 
3479 [Prynne : Harold Fellowes, Madras Club, P.O. Box 180 
Madras, India. 3 V ’ 


3026 [Prynne : 


Sherard John Howard, i Woodville Road, Ealing, 


4010 [Punchard : Stanley Charles, 12 Tosson Terrace, Heaton 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

2014 [Purchon : William Sydney, m.a. ; The Welsh School of 
Architecture, The Technical College, Cardiff 
1861 [Pursglove : Archibald, p.a.s.i. ; 10 Elmsmere Road, Fog 
Lane, Didsbury, near Manchester. 

2347 [Putwain : William Stewart, 24 Russell Street, Stanley Bay, 
Auckland, New Zealand. 


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1901 1367 {Quail : John, The Rhodes Building, St. George’s Street, Cape 

Town, South Africa. 

1922 3594 JQuarmby : George Gilbert (W. A. Quarmby & Son), 2 Grim- 
shaw Street, Burnley. [Burnley 2385.] 

1921 3350 {Quick : Norman Dennis (Hodgson, Dixon & Quick), 201 High 

Street, Guildford, Surrey. [Guildford 276.] 

1928 4204 {Quincey : (Miss) Margaret Anne de Quincey, Montrose, 
Worplesdon Hill, near Woking, Surrey. 

1906 1647 JQuirke : William Dathy, The Red Cow House, Westerham, 

Kent. [Westerham 83.] 


1928 4273 {Raby : Laurence, 54 Forest View, Brierfield, near Burnley, 
Lancs. 

1923 3689 {Radford : Theodore Reginald, i Bedford Circus, Exeter. 

[Exeter 326.] 

1922 359s {Rae : Donald Cameron, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. ; c/o Architects’ 

Department, Municipal Offices, Singapore, Straits Settlements. 
1913 2389 {Rahbula : Ernest Alexander Rahles, m.c., f.s.a. ; c/o Royal 
Commission on Historical Monuments (England), 29 Abingdon 
Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 6741.] 

1909 2015 {Rainforth : Sydney Herbert, 4 Queensway, Lincoln. 

[Lincoln 665.] 

1916 2612 {Rainger : Herbert Thompson (Chatters, Smithson & Rainger), 
8 Rodney Terrace, Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 3204.] 

1928 4274 {Randle: Frederic Lionel, 76 Vicarage Road, Smethwick, 
Staffs. 

1922 3596 {Rankine : Andrew, Mayview, Clackmannan, Scotland. 

1918 2686 {Ratcliff : Fred, 12 Paradise Square, Sheffield. [Sheffield 

24749.] 

1881 307 {Rawlins : Henry Adair, f.s.i. ; 10 Old Jewry Chambers, 

E.C.2. [Central 6372.] 

1891 869 {Rawlinson : John, 18 Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

1921 3258 {Ray : Arthur Gordon, 51 Bruce Avenue, Westmount, Quebec, 

Canada. 

1925 3867 {Read : Geoffrey Ernest (Wheat & Luker) [Ashgrove, 134 

Church Road, Upper Norwood, S.E.19], 19 Basinghall Street, 
E.C.2. [Central 1651.] 

1920 3027 {Read : Kenmuir Harry, f.s.i. ; School of Architecture, 

Building and Surveying, The Polytechnic 307-3 11 Regent 
Street, W.i . 

1895 1144 {Reavell : George John Thrift, The Clock House, Ewhurst, 

East Sussex. [Staplecross 24.] 

1896 1180 {Redfern: John Lewis, Borough Surveyor, Council Offices, 

Gillingham, Kent. [Gillingham 120.] 

1920 3028 {Reed : William James, 60 Dunkeld Road, Chadwell Heath, 
Essex. 

1927 4138 {Rees : Henry Alexander, “ Sidcott,” Newbridge, Mon. 

1922 3597 {Rees : John Frederick, m.c. [c o Metropolitan Asylums Board, 

Sheffield House, Sheffield Street, W.C.2] ; 4 Nursery Close, 
Shirley, near Croydon, Surrey. 

1922 3451 {Rees : Verner Owen, 32 Blandford Road, Bedford Park, W-4. 
1890 794 {Reeve : Robert Arthur, 18 Winton Terrace, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1922 3480 {Reeves : John Edward, 15 Bernard Road, Edgbaston, Bir- 
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1922 359S [Reid : Alexander Simpson, mp.ARCH.Abdn. [Ashpitel Prize- 

man 1922, Distinction in Thesis ] ; 36 Temple Gardens, Golders 
Green. N.W.i 1 . 

1921 3226 [Reid : Alexander William Douglas, b.a. ; 14 Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 8379.] 

1920 2903 | Reid : Gordon Stuart, Victoria Street, Hamilton, New Zealand. 

1921 3174 [Reid : Herbert Henry, DiP.ARCH.Abdn. (Edwards, Reid & 

Booth) ; Eastern Bank Building, Chatham Street, Colombo, 
Ceylon. [Cable Address : — “ Column,” Colombo.] 

1892 953 [Reid : Robert Alexander (Dodge & Reid), 120 High Street, 

Brentford, Middlesex. [Ealing 1349.] 

1920 2904 [Reidy : Edward Daniel, Southern Cross Building, 

Chancery Street, Auckland, New Zealand. [Auckland 45-464.] 
1924 3777 [Reily : Eric, 15 Wandsworth Place, Strandtown, Belfast. 
1915 2594 [Reive : 1 homas, c/o A. G. Bray, Esq., Development Trust 
Building, Montgomery Street, Rangoon, Burma. 

1926 4011 [Remnant : Eustace Archibald, p.a.s.i. ; 504 Abbey House, 
Victoria Street, S.W.x. 

1922 34S 2 [Rev lit : George, Architect’s Department, County Surveyor’s 

Office, Hatfield, Herts. 

1920 3101 IRew : Noel Ackroyd, 219 High Street, Berkhamsted. 

1910 2121 [Rhodes : Thomas Herbert, “ Little Croft,” Deepdene Park 
Road, Dorking, Surrey. 

1914 2512 JRhodes : Wilfred Craven, 2 San Luis, Sir Thomas Mitchell 
Road, Bondi, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1926 4012 [Richard : John Cyril, 28 De Montfort Street, Leicester 
1903 1532 I Richards : Thomas Edgar, The Green, Burnham, Bucks. 

1921 3227 [Richardson : Frank, c/o Borough Engineer, Town Hall, 

Rotherham. 

1903 1507 [Richardson : Frank George, 90 Queen Street, Melbourne, 

Australia. 


1920 3102 [Rickard : Stanley Noble, 6108 Strickland Avenue, Los 

Angeles, California, L T .S.A. 

1922 3600 [Riddell : Willard Bruce, 79 Victoria Avenue N., Hamilton, 

Ontario, Canada. 

1927 4139 [Ridge : Gwilym .Arthur, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; Garth, Weston 
Lane, Oswestry. 

1922 3453 I Ridge : Thomas, Bank Chambers, Oswestry. [Oswestry 163 ] 

1923 3726 [Riding : Richard Arthur Fielding, 9 Campden Grove, 

Kensington, M .8. 


1917 

1914 

1928 

1922 


2629 [Ridlea : Basil Vhite (J. Douglass Mathews, Son & Ridley) 
[ Tallboys, Broadham Green, Oxted, Surrev], 3 Paul’s 
Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, St. Paul’s Churchyard, 
E.C.4 [City 8872] ; and at 75 London Road, East Grinstead, 
Sussex. [East Grinstead 171 ] 

2548 [Ridley : Geoffrey William (J. Douglass Mathews, Son & 
Ridley) [The Manor House, West Hoathlv, Sussex], 3 Paul’s 
Bakehouse Court Godliman Street, St. Paul’s Churchyard, 
E.C.4 [City 8872] ; and at 75 London Road, East Grinstead, 
Sussex. [East Grinstead 171.] 

4275 [Rigg : (Missl Mary Freda, a.a. Diploma ; The Cottage, Lower 
Green Road, Esher, Surrey. 

3601 [Riley : Captain Herbert Georce (W. H & H G Rilev) 

Foxton Leicestershire ; and 25 Horsefair Street, Leicester. 
[Leicester 3651 and 5754.] ' 




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Elected. Number. 

1920 3030 | Riley : Richard Holden, p.a.s.i. ; 18 Lowood Place, Revidge, 
Blackburn. 

1922 3454 [Rippingham : Thomas Francis, Works Division, Ministry of 

Finance, Government of N. Ireland, 113 Royal Avenue, 
Belfast. 

1928 4276 [Ritchie : Duthie, 27 Penann Mansions, Rissik Street, 
Johannesburg, S. Africa. 

1926 4013 [Ritchie : James Watson, dip. arch .Edin. ; c/o Messrs. 

Bradshaw Gass & Hope, 19 Silverwell Street, Bolton. 

1926 395s [Ritchie : Thomas, 59 Gloucester Crescent, Regent’s Park, 
N.W.i. 

1908 1862 [Ritchie-Fallon : Walter Adolphus (Reid, Delbridge & 

Fallon), President of the Cape Provincial Institute of South 
African Architects, 47 Parliament Street, Cape Town, South 
Africa. [Cape Town Central 606.] 

1925 3868 [Rix : Alec Donald, Braden, Alicia Gardens, Kenton, Middlesex. 

1893 998 [Rix : Reginald Arthur, The Red House, Burnham, Bucks 

[Burnham 42] ; and at Market Street Chambers, Maidenhead, 
Berks. 

1914 2513 [Roarty : Stanislaus, Kemble Building, Margaret Street, 

Sydney, New South Wales. 

1928 4277 [ Robbie : Henry Pearce, “ Viewmount,” Wormit-on-Tay. 

1926 4014 [Roberts : Alfred Georges, 27 Lawn Crescent, Kew Gardens, 

Surrey. 

1920 3031 [Roberts : Arthur Beaver Llewelyn, i 26 Wigmore Street, W. 1 . 

1923 3690 [Roberts : Charles Henry. 

1910 2081 [Roberts: David John, 161 Church Road, Erdington, Birming- 

ham. 

1926 4015 [Roberts : Douglas Hugh Poynter, Borough Engineer’s Dept., 
Smethwick, Birmingham. 

1918 2687 [Roberts : Evan Wendell, The Hollies, Walnut Grove, Rad- 

cliffe-on -Trent, Notts. 

1929 4307 [Roberts: Leslie Hugh Bennet, 4 Sutcliffe Close, N.W 11. 
1926 4016 [Roberts : Thomas Idvval, Eldon Villa, 101 Albert Road, 

South Norwood, S.E.25. 

1913 2391 [Roberts : Thomas Leonard, Ridge Mount, Sunningdale, Berks. 

1910 2067 [Roberts: William John, M..A.(ARCH.)Mancr. [Ashpitel Prizeman 

1909] ; Director of Public Works, Salisbury, Southern 
Rhodesia. 

1926 4017 [Robertson : Albert Victor, dip. arch. Abdn. ; Education 

Architect’s Department, 34 Old Elvet, Durham. 

1922 3481 [Robertson: Alexander Smeaton, Federal Capital Commission, 

Canberra, Federal Capital Territory, Australia. 

1919 2827 [Robertson : David, “ The Limes,” 13 Park Road. Chiswick, 

W.4. [Chiswick 2038.] 

1925 3855 [Robertson : (Mrs.) Doris Adeney, a.a. Diploma [R.I.B.A. 

Alfred Bossom Gold Medallist 1926] ; 41B Belsize Park, 

Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1928 4205 [Robertson : George William, 5 Glenavon Terrace, Patrick, 
Glasgow, W.i. 

1928 4206 [Robertson : Hugh Douglas, B.ARCH.McGill ; 46 Herkimer 

Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

1915 2 595 *[ROBERTSON : MANNING DURDIN, Provincial Bank 

Chambers, 3 & 4 College Street, Westmoreland Street, 
Dublin. [Dublin 2016.] 




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Elected. Number. 

1911 2176 JRobertson : Norris Bathgate, West Banks, Riddlesden, 

Keighley, Yorks. 

1915 2596 JRobinson : Alfred Douglas, 56 Cannon Street, E.C.4 [City 

5539 ]! and 15 East Hill, Colchester, Essex. 

1920 3032 JRobinson : Eric Orme, Architect to the Bingley Urban District 

Council, “ Windygarth,” 18 Plevna Terrace, Bingley, Yorks. 

1912 2349 JRobinson : John Charles, Town Hall, Blackpool. 

1904 1584 JRobinson : Kenneth Duncan Stuart, County Surveyor’s 

Office, Shire Hall, Gloucester. 

1904 1555 JRobinson : Thomas Henson, Mazda Buildings, Campo Lane, 

Sheffield. [Sheffield 4223.] 

1 925 3897J HRobson : Robert David, Isle of Ely County Council, County 

Hall, March, Cambs. [March 6.] 

1893 1001 JRoche : Cecil Stuart, 53 Loveday Road, West Ealing, W. 

1897 1233 JRochester : Charles Dixon [i St. Anthony’s Hill, Desborough, 

Kettering], 4 High Street, Rothwell, Kettering. 

1902 1431 JRodway : Ernest George, ii Orchard Street, Bristol. 

1901 1401 JRoe : Arthur Henry, Architect’s Department, Town Hall, 

Stratford, E. 

1927 4140 JRogers : (Miss) Elsie, B.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. [R.I.B.A. Recognised 
Schools Silver Medallist 1924] ; 23 Albert Road, Whalley 
Range, Manchester. 

1913 2436 JRogers : John Charles [ Arthur Cates Prizeman 1914], 

Kelmscot, Jennings Road, St. Albans, Herts. 

1922 3602 JRogers : William Jelf (Chatters, Smithson & Rainger), 
8 Rodney Terrace, Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 3204.] 

1890 799 JRogerson : John, 172 Bath Street, Glasgow, C.2. 

1914 2550 JRolley : Horace Edwin, a.r.c.a. ; (Gething & Rolley), 

Kingsley Hall, Kidderminster. [Kidderminster 349.] 

1904 1556 JRollo : Andrew [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1903], 2 Damley 

Avenue, Scotstoun, Glasgow. 

1920 3103 JRollo : Robert Leslie, mp.ARCH.GIas. [Head, Aberdeen School 

of Architecture] ; 375 Union Street, Aberdeen. 

1881 305 Romaine- Walker : William Henry (Romaine-Walker & 

Jenkins), 6 Old Bond Street, W.i. [Gerrard 8427.] 

1926 3956 JRoscoe : Frank, jun., A.A.Diploma ; ” Brovnlea," Shrubland 

Roud, Berkhamsud. Herts. 

1909 2016 JRose : Charles Holland (Kenneth Wood & Charles H. 

Rose), 4 Francis Street, Westminster, S.W.i. [Victoria 8354.] 
J 9 J 9 2 74 r JRose : George Alfred, 18 Naylor House, Larkhall Estate, 
Clapham, S.W.8. 

1922 3603 JRoss : David John Alexander, dip. arch. Abdn. [R.I.B.A. 

Archibald Daze nay Scholar 1922]; West Bungalow, Cults, 
Aberdeen. 

1889 763 JRoss : Henry, 15 Cannon Street, Accrington. 

1909 2017 JRoss : Hugh .Alexander (George and T. S. Vickery), 50 
Gresham Street, E.C.2. [London Wall 3533.] 
i9°3 r 49o JRoss: James Maclaren, m.c. ; 11 Victoria Street, Westminster 
S.W.i. [Victoria 6554.] 

1921 3229 JRoss : Leslie Owen, c o Messrs. Little, Adams & Wood 

York Building, Hong Kong. 

1899 12QQ JRoss: Walter Gray, 403 St. Pauls Avenue, Stapleton 
New Aork City, U.S.A. 

3727 JRoss : William, f.s.i. (Ross & Buchanan) ; 137 West Recent 
Street Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 1775.] 8 


1923 




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Elected. Number. 

1921 3175 [Ross : William Alexander [Principal Architect, H.M. War 

Office, Whitehall, S.W.i — Victoria 9400], “ The Hatch,” 
Friary Road, North Finchley, N.12. [Hillside 2671.] 

1920 3033 [Routley : Leonard James, 21 Cambridge Street, Hyde 

Park, W.2. 

1906 1734 [Rowbotham : Harry Arnold, “ White House,” Bodley Road, 

New Malden, Surrey. 

1925 3898:): ||Rowe : Harold Bertram, “ Whitehouse,” Bassaleg Road, 

Bassaleg, Mon. 

1901 1402 [Rowell : Reginald Bertie, 5 The Triangle, East Sheen, 

S.W.14. [ T.A . Rowell Mortlake. — Prospect 4121.] 

1910 2068 [Rowledge : George Henry, 28 Perrymead, Polefield, Prestwich, 
Manchester. 

1918 2688 [Rowntree : Colin (Fred Rowntree & Sons), Museum Cham- 

bers, Museum Street, York [York 3276], and 10 and 11 
Jermyn Street, S.W.i. [Regent 6698.] 

1919 2742 [ Rowntree : Douglas Woodville (Fred Rowntree & Sons), 

[11 Hammersmith Terrace, W. 6], 10 and 11 Jermyn Street, 
S.W.i [Regent 6698], and Museum Chambers, Museum 
Street, York. [York 3276.] 

1926 3933 JRowse : Eric Anthony Ambrose, Senior Lecturer in Archi- 

tectural Design ; The Edinburgh College of Arts, Lauriston 
Place, Edinburgh. 

1919 2829 [Rubery : Samuel, “ Tresillian,” Ducks Hill, Northwood, 
Middlesex. . 

1921 3177 [Rudman : Walter, M.C. ; “ Zealy House,” Chippenham, Wilts. 

1927 4042 [ Rugg : Eric, A.A.Diploma ; Hamlet Court, Westcliff-on-Sea, 

Essex. [Southend 4984.] 

1907 1790 JRunton : Percy Tom, District Bank Chambers, Bradford. 
1904 1557 [ Russell : George Leonard, 16 Basinghall Street, E.C. [City 

3443-1 

1919 2743 [Ruthen : Ernest Sidney, 33 Great James Street, Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Holbom 0488.] 

1914 2492 [Rutter : William Arthur, “ Egmont,” South Hill, Guildford, 
Surrey. 

1920 2906 [Ruwald : Cyril C., “ Letchworth,” Russell Avenue, Lindfield, 

New South Wales. 

1919 2707 [Rylatt : Arthur, Architect’s Department, City Engineer’s 
Office, Guildhall, York. 

1906 1736 [Rylatt : Walter Puckering, p.a.s.1. ; The Crescent, Hather- 

sage, Derbyshire. 

1906 1680 [Ryle : Herbert, m.v.o., o.b.e. ; H.M. Office of Works, 

Storey’s Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1919 2744 [Sacr£ : Captain Lester Howard, 12 Bruce Road, Southsea. 

1889 727 [Sadler : George William, fr.i. ; Duchy of Lancaster Office, 

Lancaster Place, W.C. 

1922 3482 [Sadler : William. 

1920 3034 [St. Leger: Charles Douglas, m.c. [Herbert Baker Scholar]-, 

8 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 7629.] 

1928 4207 [Saise : Alfred John, 4 Guinea Road, Fishponds, Bristol. 

1892 928 [Sakurai : Kotaro [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1889-90], 

21 Ichigaya Nakanocho, Ushigome, Tokio, Japan. 

1920 2907 [Sale : Frederick, Nomianby Chambers, 430 Little Collins 
Street, Melbourne, Australia. 



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Elected. Number. 

1914 2493 JSalisbury : Stanley, Mauldens, Bovingdon, Boxmoor, Herts. 

1903 1508 J Salmon : Nathan Thomas, Denton Chambers, Wokingham, 

Berks. 

1926 4018 JSalt : Geoffrey Wyndham, The Royd, Selbome Road, 
Handsworth Wood, Birmingham. 

1906 1737 JSalwey : Jasper Philip, c/o R.I.B.A., 9 Conduit Street, W.i. 
1911 2241 J Samson : Harvard Lewis, 50 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, W.2. 

1918 2689 JSamuels : Edward Percy Proctor, Edenfield, Llanfairfechan, 

N. Wales. 

1921 3230 | Sanders : John Edward, 208 Boaler Street, Liverpool. 

1920 3104 ^Sanders : Thomas Andrew, 5 Gloucester Road, Southport. 

1906 1738 j Santo : Victor George, 16 College Hill, Shrewsbury. [Shrews- 

bury 2563.] 

1894 1035 JS arc ant : Lionel Edgar Alfred, 99 Rue de Paris, Lille, 

France. 

1920 3105 JSatchell : Hugh Glanville, 149 Coleheme Court, South 

Kensington, S.W.5. 

1919 2745 J Saunders : Bernard Robertson, m.c. ; “ Domey,” 60 Syke 

Ings, Iver, Bucks. 

1926 4019 J Saunders : Dyce Chalmers, 72 Walmer Road, Toronto, 

Ontario, Canada. 

1927 4073 J Savage : Herbert (Charles McDonald & Herbert Savage) 

[4 Westminster Road, Wallasey], 7 Sweeting Street, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Central 2077.] 

1910 2124 J Savage : Hubert, 616-617 Sayward Building, Victoria, B.C., 

Canada. 

1890 782 JSavidge : William Brandreth, Bromley House, Angel Row, 

Nottingham. 

1904 1586 JSawday : Tom Trevor, 56 London Road, Leicester. 

1922 3605 J Sawyer : Frederick John, Nesscliff, Upper Manor Road, 

Farncombe, Surrey. 

1909 2018 t Sawyer : Harold Selwood, m.c. (Chancellor & Sawyer) ; 

Queen Anne Chambers, High Street, Winchester. [Win- 
chester 27.] 

1918 2690 X Saxon : Frederick Charles, m.c. (Lockwood, Abercrombie & 

Saxon) ; Cathedral Chambers, St. Werburgh Street, Chester. 
[Chester 435.] 

1915 2597 JSayer : Harvey Robert, f.s.i., a.m.inst.c.e. ; 45 Choumert 

Road, S.E.15. 

1908 1904 JSayner : John Harold, Little Kingshill, Great Missenden, 

Bucks. [Great Missenden 105.] 

1907 1830 JScaife : Edgar John (Wm. Swann & Scaife), [3 Beech Road, 

Stockport], St. Peter’s Chambers, Stockport. [Stockport 2325.] 
1925 3824JHSCALES : Sydney Geof, Lloyds Bank Chambers, Terminus 
Road, Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 822.] 

1927 4141 J Scarlett : Frank, u.A.Lond. [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom Gold 

Medallist 1929] ; 43 Bedford Row, W.C.i . [Chancery 8006.] 
iqii'i 2177 J Schofield : John Frank, co The Standard Bank of South 
to ( Africa, Ltd., Durban, South Africa. 

1921 1 
1924/ 

1881 290 Scorer : V illiam. 

1923 3635 J Scotland : George Bruce, Dip.ARCH.Glas. ; The Winnocks, 

Grahamshill Avenue, .Airdrie, Scotland. 



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Elected. Number. 

1928 4208 J Scott : Alexander Thomson, 36 Sheldon Avenue, Highgate, N.6. 
1904 1587 1 Scott : Archibald, m.b.e. ; Ministry of Health, Whitehall, S.W.i. 

1928 4170 JScott : (Miss) Elisabeth Whitworth, A.A.Diploma ; 3 St. 

George’s Terrace, Regent’s Park, N.W.i. 

1913 2392 J Scott : Harold Seymore, King’s Court, 115 Colmore Row, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 2977.] 

1922 3606 J Scott : Herman Alexander, 37 Stanhope Gardens, S.W.7. 

1908 1905 JScott : James Maxwell, Orchard Cottage, Kingsend Avenue, 

Ruislip, Middlesex. 

1890 8 3 2*tJ SCOTT : JOHN DOUGLAS, 20 Bedford Row, W.C. 

1910 2070 j S cott -W illey : Hugh Henry, 2 Mitre Court Chambers, 
Temple, E.C. [Central 5679.] 

1923 3691 JScott- Willi ams : Percy, Department of Works and Railways, 

Canberra, Federal Capital Territory, Australia. 

1922 3455 JScriven : Charles, 51A Alexandra Road, South Hampstead, 
N.W.8. 

1904 1588 JSearle : Norman Odell (Searle & Searle), Paternoster House, 

34 Paternoster Row, E.C 4.. [Central 0577.] 

1922 3484 JSeaton : William George, “ Rosemount,” Kingsfield, Ring- 

, wood, Hants. 

1909 2019 JSeccombe : Henry Edward [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 

1899-90], H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s Gate, Westminster, 
S.W.i. 

1909 2020 JSeddon : Joseph, “ Capella,” Parkway, Gidea Park, Essex. 
1926 4021 JSeely : Henry John Alexander (John Seely & Paul Paget), 
3 Queen Square Place, Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 
S.W.i [Victoria 7361.] ; and Mottistone Manor, Isle of Wight. 
1887 620 JSelby : Edgar Harry, The Homestead, Cumberland Road, 

Bromley, Kent. 

19 25 3869 JSenyard : Leonard, “ Hill View,” Royal George Road, Burgess. 

Hill, Sussex. 

1925 3784 JShanks : George Ferguson, DiP.ARCH.Glas. (Wylie, Wright & 

Wylie), [31 Holmhead Road, Cathcart, Glasgow'] ; 204 West 
Regent Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 1836.] 

1909 2021 JShapland : Henry Percival, Wellclose, West Haddon, Rugby. 
[West Haddon 26.] 

1925 3870 JSharma : Purshottam Lal, Thomason Civil Engineering 

College, Roorkee, United Provinces, India. 

1921 3351 JSharp : Francis George, 55 Honor Oak Road, Forest 
Hill, S.E.23. 

1902) 1433 JSharp : George Lister Thornton (Sharp & Thompson), 626 
to ( Pender Street West, Vancouver, British Columbia-, Canada. 

1923 1 
1928 J 

1899 1301 JSharpe : Thomas, Southend, Durham. 

1921 3178 JShattock : Lawrence Henry, 47 Victoria Street, S.W.i 
[Victoria 7809] ; and 4 Crescent Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 
[Wimbledon 2645.] 

1925 3871 JShaw : Charles Cecil, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; P.O. Box 522, 

Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

1920 3036 JShaw : Robert Philip, P.W. Department, Hong Kong. 

1906 1682 JShearer : James Hughan, p.a.s.i. ; “ Eirrem,” Ewell Downs 

Road, Ewell, Surrey. 

1920 3037 JShearer : Thomas Smith, 234 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
W.2. 



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1892 932 | Shearman : Ernest Charles, Byrnelmscote, Winchester. 

1919 2830 [Shenstone : Lieut.-Col. Gerald, 38 Bedford Place, W.C.i. 

[Museum 8539.] 

1927 4090 [Shepherd : (Airs.) Alison, A.A.Diploma ; 60 York Terrace, 

Regent’s Park, N.W.i. [Mayfair 2472.] 

1922 3607 [Shepherd : John Chiene, A.A.Diploma [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis 

Student at A.A. 1922, Tile Prizeman 1923] ; 60 York Terrace, 
Regent’s Park, N.W.i. [Mayfair 2472.] 

1922 3378 [Sheppard : Major Everard, A.A.Diploma ; The Mill Cottage, 

The Dell, Hornchurch, Essex. 

189s 1097 [Sheridan : George Patrick, i Suffolk Street, Dublin. 

1928 4209 [Sherren : Brian Courtenay, 60 Ridge Crest, The Ridgeway, 

Enfield, Middlesex. 

1920 3038 [Sherwin : Cecil Thomas, 22 Sowood Avenue, Ossett, 

Yorks. 

1919 2831 [Shibley : Albert Reginald, Heathy Grove, Copthorne, Sussex. 
1895") 1146 [Shiner: Christopher Mitchell [R. I. B.A. Donaldson Medal- 
to / list 1881-82] ; Chairman of the l Vest Essex Chapter of the • 

1915 1 Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire Society of Architects, 

1927J “ Elmhurst,” High View Avenue, Grays, Essex. 

1918 2691 [Shoosmith : Arthur Gordon [Soane Medallist 1920], Archi- 

tect’s Office, Raisina, Delhi, India. 

1927 4089 [Short : Charles Hatton [ Victory Scholarship 1924], Alor 
Star, Kedah, Malay States. 

1926 4022 [Sidnell : William Ewart, 21 Honor Oak Road, Forest Hill, 
S.E.23. 

1907 1792 [Sifton : Isaac Taylor, 20 Maid’s Causeway, Cambridge. 

1926 3908 [Silcock : (Miss) Frances Thelma (Edwards & Silcock) 

[R.I.B.A. Recognised Schools Silver Medallist 1925], 84 Church 
Street, Flint. 

1925 3785 [Silcock : Hubert Spencer, B.ARCH.Liverpool (Allen & Silcock) ; 

Dominion Building, 28 Brunswick Street, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Central 2943.] 

1923 3641 [Silk : Guy Whitehall, A.A.Diploma ; 5 Mitre Court 

Chambers, E.C.4. [Central 7173.] 

1921 3232 [Silver : Edwin Russell, 18 Hill Rise, Hampstead Garden 

Suburb, Finchley, N.W. 

1891 865 [Sim : Edward Howley, 5 Forester Road, Bathwick, Bath. 

1923 3692 [Simms: Herbert George, hi North Circular Road, Phoenix 

Park, Dublin. 

1926 3934 [Simpson : Douglas J.ames, 51 Downs Park West, Bristol. 

1925 3899[iiSiMPSON : Isaac Alexander, Cotra, 12 Mossgiel Av.-nue, 

Ainsdale, Southport. 

1925 3872 [Simpson : James Rounthwaite Moore, 34 Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 7252.] 

i9 2 3 3693 [Simpson : Sidney, Bavtree Cottage, Prestbury, Glos. 

i9°3 iS33 [Simpson : Tom (Simpson & Bridgman), Standard Bank 

Buildings, Oudtshoorn, Cape Colony, South Africa. 

1927 4*4 2 [Sinclair: Alfred, co Messrs. Romero, Hinds & Co., 348 

Sarmiento, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1896 1203 [Sinclair : George, 121 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

1927 4143 [Sisson : Marshall Arnott [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 

1924], 3 Staple Inn, Holbom, W.C.i. [Holborn 1870 ] 

1919 2746 [Skelding : Percy, H.M. Office of Works, 122 George Street, 

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1921 3352 [Skinner : Cedric George (W. S. Skinner & Sons), 27 Orchard 

Street, College Green, Bristol. [Bristol 3163.] 

1919 2747 [ Skinner : Martin, 3 Dean’s Yard, Westminster, S.W.x. 

1920 3107 [Skinner : Theodore Arthur (W. S. Skinner & Sons), 27 

Orchard Street, College Green, Bristol. [Bristol 3163.] 

1922 3608 [Skipper : Eric Hayward, 55 London Street, Norwich. 

1922 3609 [Skipwith : Lionel Ernest, c/o Government Architect’s 

Office, Public Works Department, Wellington, New Zealand. 
1919 2748 [Slater : Martin Johns (Johns & Slater), 8 Lower Brook 
Street, Ipswich. [Ipswich 2669.] 

1919 2832 [Slater : Norman Woodford, First Avenue South, Porthill, 

Stoke-on-T rent . 

1922 3610 [Slaughter : Leslie Scott, A.A.Diploma ; 35 Bedford Square, 
W.C.x. 

1926 4023 [Sloot : Lambert Louis Theodore, c/o Messrs. Stark & McNeill, 

Architects, Ipoh, Federal Malay States. 

1921 3353 [Small : William (Adams & Small), Imperial Bank Building, 

Prince Street, Colombo, Ceylon. [ T.A . Pencil, Colombo.] 
1928 4278 [Smart : George Douglas, a.a. Diploma ; c o Messrs. Palmer & 
Turner, Shanghai, China (via Siberia). 

1920 2909 [Smart : Jack Stocker, Department of Education, Architect’s 

Branch, Bridge Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1920 29x0 [Smart : Roy Archibald, Public Works Department, Treasury 
Buildings, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1922 3456 [Smith : Alfred Ewart, 25 Dashwood Road, Leicester. 

1022 3457 [Smith : Cecil, 73 Clifton Hill, N.W.8. 

1895 1103 [Smith : Charles Henry, Fletcher’s Chambers, Darling Street, 

Cape Town, South Africa. 

1919 2749 [Smith : Charles William, m. a. Can tab. ; Llandaff Chambers, 4 

Regent Street, Cambridge. [Cambridge 2010.] 

1927 4144 [Smith : David Alfred George, A.A.Diploma ; 3 Christchurch 

Road, East Sheen, S.W.14. 

1914 2515 [Smith : Edwin, p.a.s.i. (Gibb & Smith) ; Borough Chambers, 
Neath, S. Wales [Neath 329], and at Post Office Chambers, 
Port Talbot. [Port Talbot 70.] 

1925 3873 [Smith : Eric Steward (Chas. Smith & Son), [42 Northcourt 

Avenue, Reading], 164 Friar Street, Reading. [Reading 427.] 

1926 4024 [Smith : Frank Halliburton, A.A.Diploma ; 2 St. James 

Square, Addison Avenue, W.11. 

1911 2180 [Smith : Frank William, Architect to the Education Com- 

mittee, Municipal Buildings, Clarence Road, Southend-on- 
Sea. [Southend 5021 ; Extension 217.] 

1896 1167 [Smith : George Richardson, 67 King Street, South Shields. 

[South Shields 0505.] 

1896 1194 [Smith : Harold, 64 Victoria Road, Stretford, Manchester. 

1903 1534 [Smith : Harold Bayldon (Smith, Son & Dewar), 11 Constitution 

Hill, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. [Port Elizabeth 3346.] 
1926 4025 [Smith : Harry Hirst, Haworth’s Buildings, 5 Cross Street, 
Manchester. 

1925 39oo[ [Smith : Harry William, 27 George Street, Oxford. [Oxford 

795 -] 

*923 3694 [Smith : Irwin George, The Pantiles, Sudbury, Middlesex. 
J92i 3233 [Smith : Joseph Summersgill, 67 Wostenholm Road, Sheffield. 

1928 4279 [Smith : Meredith Saphir, ii Murray Street, Croydon, Sydney, 

N.S.W., Australia. 



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1905 1621 [Smith : Neil Campbell, c/o G. A. Hunt, Esq., Hoddesdon, Herts. 

1897 1235 [Smith : Osgood. 

1927 4145 I Smith : Ralph Maynard, a.a. Diploma ; Dostoey, Woldheim, 

Woldingham, Surrey. 

1928 4280 [Smith : Stanley Harold, “ Redrufe,” Lavender Hill, Enfield, 

Middlesex. [Enfield 0883.] 

1920 3108 [Smith : William James, m.c., F.s.A.Scot. ; [227 Bath Street, 

Glasgow, C.2] ; 3 Ferngrove Avenue, Glasgow, W.2. [Glas- 
gow Western 2379.] 

1926 4026 [Snailum : Terence Walter, A.A.Diploma [R.I.B.A. Alfred 
Bossom Silver Medallist 1929] ; 46 Wingfield Road, Trow- 
bridge, Wilts. 

1921 3354 [Snell : Alfred, 137 Saint Frusquin Street, Malvern, Johannes- 

burg, S. Africa. 

1910 2127 [Snow: Alan Leslie, iio Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

1913 2393 [Solomon : Henry, “ Sospel,” College Road, Portman Estate, 

Boscombe, Hants. 

1912 2353 [Somerford : Thomas Retford, 70 Pulborough Road, Wimble- 

don Park Road, S.W. 

1928 4210 [Somerville : William Lyon, 2 Bloor Street West, Toronto 5, 
Canada. 

1926 4027 [Soper : (Miss) Dorothy Elizabeth, dip. arch. Abdn. ; 312 

Trinity Road, S.W.18. 

1915 2575 [Soper : Stanley George, 7 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

[Gerrard 8188.] 

1889 775 [Southall : Bertram Norman, 51 Stanford Avenue, Brighton. 

1920 2911 [Souza: Walter Edward de, de Souza Buildings, Rangoon, 

Burma. 

1891 837 [Spaceman : Adrlan Elmy [Engineer’s Department, Southern 

Railway, Waterloo Station, S.E.i], Oakley, Cliveden Road, 
Wimbledon, S.W. 

1916 2624 [Sparrow : Arthur John, 69 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, W.2. 
1919 2750 [Spence : Andrew Tebbutt, “ Elm Neuk,” Hollyme Oak 

Road, Coulsdon, Surrey. 

1921 3179 [Spence: Captain William Needham, 38 Queenscourt, Wembley 

Park, Middlesex. [Wembley 3580.] 

1895) 1 80 1 f[ Spencer : Harry Tom Boden, 4 Adelphi Terrace, Strand, 
to I W.C.2. 

19 11 f 
1929/ 

1913 2438 [Spencer : Thomas, 18 East Sheen Avenue, S.W. 14. 

1921 3356 [Stableford : Charles Henry, P.W.D., Municipal Council, 

Shanghai, China. 

1928 4211 [Stackhouse : Edwin Stanley, Town Hall, Burnley. 

1914 2552 [Stafford : Charles Ernest, 31 Wilmot Street, Derby. 

1908 1863 [Stahl : Max Edward, Compton Bishop, Axbridge, Somerset. 

1919 2834 [Stainsby : George Pawson, 25 High Street, Stockton-on-Tees. 

[Stockton-on-Tees 66093.] 

1914 2 553 [Stanley : Gerald, p.a.s.i. ; Richmond Buildings, re Park 
Place, Cardiff. 

1928 4281 [Stanley : (Miss) Theodora Christine, A.A.Diploma ; 30 

Palace Court, Kyd Street, Calcutta, India. 

1914 2494 [Stanton : Stephen James Bridges, 10 Essex Street, Strand. 
W.C.2. [City 0635.] 

1922 3611 [Starling: William Love, “ Greengarth,” Ightham, Kent. 




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Elected. Number. 

1899 1302 {Steadman : Vincent (Richard C. James & Steadman), 

31 Nicholas Street, Bristol. [Bristol 1375.] 

1894 1039 {Stedman : Arthur, 1818 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, California, 

U.S.A. 

1927 4075 {Stedman : Leonard Rowland, Famham, Surrey. [Famham 16.] 
1912 2309 {Stedman : William Bernard, d.c.m., m.s.m. ; Eldon House, 

15 Carew Road, Ealing, W. 

1929 4340 { Steele : Alexander, c/o Messrs. Bradshaw, Gass & Hope, 19 
Silverwell Street, Bolton. 

1908 1907 JStelfox : Arthur Wilson, “ Mayfield,” 14 Clareville Road, 

Rathgar, Dublin. 

1919 2751 {Stephens : Herbert Stanley. 

1921 3180 {Stephens : Philomorus Edwin, Midland Bank Chambers, 
Market Street, Falmouth. [Falmouth 263.] 

1920 2912 t Step henson : Arthur George [374 Little Collins Street, 

Melbourne], Tudor Lodge, Harcourt Street, Auburn, Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

1896 1193 J Stephenson : James Greenwood, Katoomba, Effingham 

Road, Surbiton. 

1923 3728 {Sterrett : John Edwin, 14 Cliffords Inn, E.C.4. 

1921 3181 j Stevens : Frederick John, “ Thistledoo,” Windsor Lane, 

Burnham, Bucks. 

t88i 229 Stevens : John William, fb.i. ; 16 Godliman Street, E.C.4. 
[City 8637.] 

1918 2693 t Stevenson : Raymond Croisdale, 97 Stephens Green, Dublin. 

1919 2836 J Stewart : Adam Knowles, Baymount, Bangor, Co. Down. 

1926 3957 t S tewart : Alexander Malcolm, dip. arch. A bdn. ; (R. 

Carruthers Ballantyne & Taylor) ; 28 Queensgate, Inver- 
ness. [Inverness 314.] 

1919 2835 J Stewart : Cuthbert Bertram, Penshaw Lodge, Philadelphia, 
Co. Durham. 

1909 2024 {Stewart: Douglas William, 16 Manor Road, Chase Side, 

Enfield. 

1912 2291 {Stewart ; Harry Sinclair, fr.i. ; Ministry of Health, 
Whitehall, S.W.i. 

1929 4356 {Stewart : Neil McMartin, B,.ARCH.McGi]l ; 2048 Union 

Avenue, Montreal, Canada. 

1919 2837 {Stobbart : Foster Rowland, Harewood, Grange Road, 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1906 1743 {Stockdale : Frederick George, 140 University Street, 

Ormeau Road, Belfast. 

1907 1832 {Stockdale : William, 81 Howard Street, North Shields. 

1921 3357 {Stocker : Alexander, 33 Waldemar Avenue, Fulham, S.W.6. 

1923 3642 {Stocks : Clifford William Burnett (Farrow & Stocks), 

Oxford Chambers, East London, South Africa. [East London 
18.] 

1912 2310 {Stockton : Russell. 

1920 2914 {Stoddart : Robert William, 2 St. Paul’s Studios, Barons 

Court, W.14. [Riverside 3120.] 

1925 3874 {Stokes : Horace William, 29 Warstock Lane, King’s Heath, 

Birmingham. 

1928 4212 {Stokes : Leonard George, 9 Landport Terrace, Portsmouth. 
1912 2355 {Stokoe : Ralph, 15 Park Place Eak, Sunderland. 

1919 2838 {Stone : John Thomas, 91 Erskine Hill, Hampstead Garden 
Suburb, N.W.u. 




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Elected. Number. 

1919 2839 J Stoner : Arthur Philip, c/o Architectural Department, 
Asiatic Petroleum Company (North China) Ltd., i The 
Bund, Shanghai, China. 

1887 627 JStonhold : James William, 19 Woodland Gardens, Muswell 

Hill, N.10. 

1895 1132 J Story : Herbert, 9827, 93rd Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, 

Canada. 

1923 3695 J Stott : Thomas, 159 Well Hall Road, Eltham, S.E.9. 

1927 4146 J Stout : Harry Branth waite, dip. arch. Liverpool ; 1929 

Tupper Street, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1906 1683 J Stratton : Percy Montague, 9A Onslow Road, Richmond, 

Surrey. 

1919 2840 JStreadwick : Vernon James, Jamaica Government Railway, 
Engineer Way and Works Office, Kingston, Jamaica. 

1921 3358 J Streeter : Frederick Robert, P.O. Box 396, Bulawayo, 

Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

1922 3613 JStribling : Herbert James, 65-67 High Street, Slough. 

1919 2841 j Strickland : Harley Clarence Wilfrid, County Architect, 
County Offices, Brecon. [Brecon 27.] 

1922 3458 J Sturgeon : John Henry, 61 Priory Road, Kew Gardens, 

Surrey. 

1926 3965J !;Stuttle : Benjamin William, 125 Wallwood Road, Leyton- 

stone, E.ti. [Royal 6722.] 

1922 3614 JSugden : Howard Davy, 7 Corringham Road, Golders Green, 

N.W.11. 

1881 335 ^Summers : Lawrence George [Class of Proficiency 1880, Vol. 

Arch. Exam.], 15 George Street, Nottingham. 

1929 4341 J Sumner : Bevis Alexander, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; “ The Croft,” 

Park Road, Heswall, Cheshire. [Heswall 403.] 

1921 3359 J Sunderland : Cyril, “ Arches,” Allangate, Halifax. 

1928 4282 JSunter : John Ernest, 16 Vicarage Road, Chester. 

1909 1942 JSurman : John Burgess, 17 Easy Row, Birmingham. [Birming- 

ham Central 599.] 

1898 1 26 1 fj S urrey : Christopher William, District Surveyor for 

Westminster West, 9 Woodstock Street, Oxford Street, W.i. 
[Grosvenor 3088.] 

1926 4028 J Sutcliffe : Brian Lister, 7 Duke Street, Wigmore Street, 

W.i. [Welbeck 2808.] 

1912 2356 J Sutcliffe : Eric John, 13 Illingworth Villas, Hebden Bridge, 

Yorks. 

1928 4283 [Sutcliffe : Gordon, 103 Old Christchurch Road, Bourne- 
mouth, Hants. 

1910 2082 J Sutcliffe : Hartley, “ Cartmel,” Comer of Glen Huntley Road 

and Heatherbrae Avenue, Caulfield, Melbourne, Australia. 

1 9 22 3459 J Sutcliffe : J homas W ilfrid, 7 Sparthfield Avenue, Rochdale. 

1909 1943 J Sutcliffe : William, p.a.s.i. (Sutcliffe & Sutcliffe) ; 6 Room- 

field Buildings, Todmorden. 

i 9 2 4 3759 J Sutherland : Thomas Scott, dip. arch .Abdn. ; 232A Union 
Street, Aberdeen. 

1913 2396 JSutherland-Graeme : Alan Vincent, 16 Queen Anne’s 

Gardens, Bedford Park, W.4. [Chiswick 1467.] 

1922 3615 JSuthers : Stanley Holt, 41 Nassau Road, Barnes, S.W. 

1911 2181 J Sutton : Cecil Alfred Leonard, Albion Chambers, King 

Street, Nottingham. 

1920 3039 t- S wallow : Joseph Cedric, 37 Western Road, Brentwood, Essex. 



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Elected. Number. 

igto 2129 J Swan : Thomas Airman, 7 St. Colrr.e Street, Edinburgh. 
1900 1343 JSwann : William Herbert (Swann & Wright), 7 Brougham 

Chambers, Wheeler Gate, Nottingham. [Nottingham 4930.] 

1911 2243 JSwindells : Francis Harold, Old Bank of England Court, 

Queen Street, Norwich. 

1920 3040 JSykes : Major Alexander Richard, d.s.o., m.c., B.ARCH.Liver- 

pool ; 19 Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. [Mayfair 5597.] 

1921 3360 JSykes : Mark Neville, 12 Shaw Lane, Headingley, Leeds. 
1923 3696 JSymcox : Edgar John, County Surveyor’s Office, Hatfield, 

Herts. 

1914 2516 JSymmonds : William, 466 Forty'- First Street, Oakland, 
California, U.S.A. 

1921 3361 JSymonds : James Blakeney, 51 Silverdale, Sydenham, S.E.26. 

1921 3183 JSynnot : Lieut.-Col. Reymond, m.c. (Prevost, Synnot & 

Ruwald) ; Cathcart House, 11c Castlereagh Street, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

• 

1923 3643 JTait : Alfred Alexander (F. Owen Eaton & Tait), 7 Aegis 

Buildings, Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. 

1907 1833 JTall : Robert John, “ White-Haves,” Stoney Corner, near 

Meopham, Kent. 

1912 2357 JTalvalker : Vasudeo Ramchandra, Public Works Depart- 

ment, Baroda, India. 

1922 3616 JTanner : Charles Puget, 19 Simonbum Avenue, Fenham, 

Newcastle-upon-T yne . 

1930 2915 JTANNER : EDGAR ALLAN DAVEY (Lander & Tanner) 
[18 Hestercombe Avenue, Fulham, SAV.6], 22 Surrey Street, 
Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 6037.] 

1911 2244 JTAPPER : MICHAEL JOHN, M.c.; 10 Melina Place, 

St. John’s Wood, N.W. 

1927 4147 JTapsell : Edward George, a.a. Diploma ; P.O. Box 375, 
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

1920 3041 JTasker : Edward Clough, 46 Ramshill Road, South Cliff, 
Scarborough. 

1895 n°9 JTayler : Arnold Seaward [7 Killieser Avenue, Streatham 

Hill, S.W.], 1 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn, W.C. 

1925 3875 JTayler: Kenneth Seaward, 41 Cranbourne Gardens, N.W.i i. 

1889 721 JTaylor : Alfred Ernest. 

1888 683 JTaylor: Charles Thomas (C. T. Taylor, Roberts & Bowman), 

13 Queen’s Road, Oldham. [Oldham 1227.] 

1927 4091 JTaylor : Edgar Richard, “ Whitethorn,” Hawridge Common, 
Berkhamsted, Herts. 

1910 2083 JTaylor : Edward Alexander, Ben Ledi, Wollstonecraft, 
North Sydney, New South Wales. 

Was 390 iJ||Taylor : Captain Frederick John, m.c. (Higman & Taylor) 
[Station Road, Liskeard] ; Barras Street, Liskeard [Liskeard 
98] ; and at 35 High Cross Street, St. Austell, Cornwall. 
[St. Austell 143.] 

1919 2843 JTaylor : John Alexander Chisholm, d.s.o., m.c. (Taylor & 
Simister) ; “ Westdene,” Middleton, near Manchester. 

1919 2708 JTaylor : Rowland Victor, County Education Architect’s 
Department, Shire Hall, Gloucester. 

1922 3617 JTaylor : William Logan, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. (T. Scott 

Sutherland & Taylor) ; 9 The Square, Huntly, Aberdeen- 
shire. [Huntly 49.] 



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Elected. Number. 

1914 2495 [Tebbs : Charles Edward, 28 High Street, Newport, Mon. 

1920 3042 [Tebbutt : Henry Jemson, c/o Messrs. Palmer & Turner, 

Shanghai, China. 

1907 1834 [Tedman : Arthur, 38 Upper Grotto Road, Twickenham. 

1921 3363 [Tellery : Frank Ignatz [Distinction in Thesis ], c/o Public 

Works Department, Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa. 

1927 4148 [Tempest : Benjamin Stanley [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1927 ; 

Distinction in Thesis ], 56 Station Road, Harrow-on-the-Hill. 
1920 3043 [Tempest : Frederick William [25 King Edward Avenue, 
Mansfield], Market Chambers, Mansfield, Notts. [Mansfield 
J 7°.] 

1922 3618 [Templar : William Richard, 106 Pembroke Road, Seven 

Kings, Essex. 

1913 2441 [Temple: Eric Edward, 375 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario, 

Canada. 

1927 4149 [Templeton : Francis Orr, c/o J. S„ Archibald, Esq., 514 
Keefer Building, 1440 St. Catherine Street, Montreal, P.Q., 
Canada. 

1907 1835 [Thacker : Alfred Dennis, 1178 Phillips Place, Montreal, 

P.Q., Canada. [Montreal La. 8078.] 

1925 3876 [Thearle : Herbert, dip.arch. Liverpool [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis 

Student 1926] ; 42 Wyresdale Road, Aintree, Liverpool. 

1926 4029 [Theobald : Courtenay, B.A.Lond. (Courtenay Theobald & 

Deane Skurray) ; 10 Conduit Street, W.r. [Mayfair 3784.] 
1929 4342 [Thewlis : Edward Charles, 14 Trinity Avenue, Westcliff-on- 
Sea. 

1920 3044 [Thirtle : Tom Owen, Three Gables, Moneyhill Road, Rick- 

mansworth, Herts. 

1892 910 [Thomas : Arthur Howard, Priory Cottage, Haverfordwest. 

1920 3110 [Thomas : Arthur Philip, Nolton Court, Bridgend, Glam. 

1926 3935 [Thomas : Bryan William Rylands [R.I.B.A. Alfred Bossom 

Silver Medallist 1927], Elm Lodge, Elm Row, Hampstead, 
N.W.3. 

1921 3184 [Thomas : Edward John, “ Maesycoed,” Hill View, Henleaze, 

Bristol. 

1921 3234 [Thomas : Hubert Arthur, Britannia Buildings, 46 Fenwick 

Street, Liverpool. 

1905 1643 [Thomas : Noel, 53 Westboume Park Road, W.2. 

1920 2917 [Thomas : Stanley Knight, Holms Farm, Dinas Powis, near 
Cardiff. 

1919 2844 [Thomas : William Norman, 18 Park Place, Cardiff. 

1909 1946 [Thomasson : William Joseph Mate, 97 Heavitree Road, 

Exeter. 

1919 1845 [Thomerson : Harold Albert, “ Redcot,” Yiewsley, Middlesex. 
1925 3877 [Thompson : Arnold John, d.s.o., m.c. (Sudlow, Ballardie & 

Thompson) ; 7 Old Court House Street, Calcutta, India. 
1905 j 1623 [Thompson : Charles Joseph (Sharp & Thompson), 626 Pender 
to Street West, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

1919 f 

1928] 

1882 43° Thompson: Edward Percy, Elstree, Hertfordshire, 

1929 4308 [Thompson : Captain Eric Langdon, A.A.Diploma ; 36 Bedford 
Square, W.C.i. 

1920 3045 [Thompson : George Richard, m.c. ; 61 Hunter Street, 

Sydney, New South Wales. 



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Elected. Number. 

1915 2576 [Thompson : James Osbert [ Distinction in Thesis ], Surveyor to 

the Education Committee, Town Hall, Leicester. 

1913 2397 [T HOMS : William George (Bright & Thoms) [Distinction in 
Thesis], 9 St. Peter’s Church Walk, Nottingham. [Notting- 
ham 3106.] 

1918 2694 [Thomson : John Stewart, 49 Hill Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1927 4043 [Thomson : Leslie Grahame, F.s.A.Scot. [10 St. Colme Street, 

Edinburgh] ; Inglewood, 18 Hermitage Drive, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh Central 4012.] 

1928 4213 [Thomson : Stewart Lloyd, ii Mecklenburgh Square, W.C.i. 

1922 3460 [Thorburn : Richard, 23 Trouville Road, Clapham Park, S.W .4. 
1901 1373 [Thorp : Norman, North View, Todmorden, Yorks. 

1907 1796 [Thorp : Ralph Windsor, 5 Hammersmith Terrace, W.6. 

1920 31 11 [Thorpe: Alexander (Bishop & Etherington-Smith), 30 Duke 

Street, St. James’s, S.W.i. [Gerrard 2744.] 

1926 4030 [Thrasher : William James, 9 Clifton Terrace, Brighton. 

1922 3486 [Threadgold : Robert Ainslie, 14 North John Street, 

Liverpool. 

1925 3878 [Tocher : William, dip. arch. Abdn. ; 9 Newton Grove, 

Chapel town, Leeds. 

1927 4092 [Todd : Arthur Caton, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; c/o Professor 

R. M. Butler, a.r.h.a., 82 Merrion Square South, Dublin. 

1916 2625 [Todd : Harold Edgar, 29 Orchard Street, Bristol. 

1929 4343 [Tomkyns : Harold Glencoe, P.O. Box 4959, Johannesburg, 

South Africa. 

1918 2695 [Tomlinson: Lawrence Digby, 22 The Ridgeway, Southgate, 
N 14. 

1922 3619 [Toms : Bertram Henry, 232 Huntingfield Road, Roehampton, 

S. W.15. 

1923 3879 [Toone : Aubrey Alford Gifford, c'o 9 Woosung Road, 

Shanghai, China. 

1907 1797 [Toop : Frank John, 9 The Grove, Coulsdon, Surrey. 

1920 3046 [Toothill : John Cedric Penman (Holmes & Son), 16 St. 

James’s Street, Sheffield. [Sheffield 21283.] 

1912 2358 [Topham : Geoffrey Ronald Gilbertson, 3 Central Buildings, 
Tothill Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 2174.] 

1900 1345 [Torrance : Andrew Mitchell, 5 Budge Row, Cannon Street, 

E.C.4. [Central 5396.] 

1921 3364 [Towle: Charles Raymond, Ascot Avenue, Remuera, Auckland, 

New Zealand. 

1888 671 [Town : William Henry, 35 Victoria Street, Norwich. 

1922 3620 [Towndrow : Frederic Howard, 50 Great Russell Street, 

W.C.i. [Museum 5383.] 

1922 3487 [Townsend : Arthur Cecil, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool (Townsend & 

Hutton) ; Radcliffe’s Buildings, 37 Moorfields, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Central 4589.] 

I 9 2 5 3802 [Townsend : (Miss) Joy'ce Eleanor, A.A.Diploma ; 9 Gray’s Inn 

Square, W.C.i . 

1928 422o[ IITracey : Leonard Walter (E. G. Harrison & Tracey), County 

Chambers, Corporation Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 3153-] 

1907 1836 [Tracy : Bernard David, m.c. ; Engineer’s Office, Guildhall, 

E.C.2. 

3047 [Tranmer : Frank, Westminster Chambers, Harrogate. [Harro- 
gate 288.] 


1920 



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Elected. Number. 

1933 3730 JTrengrove : William Henry, 140 Hereford Street, Christ- 

church, New Zealand. 

1926 4031 JTrent : William Sydney, 6 Broad Street Place, E.C.2. 
[London Wall 1896.] 

1908 1867 ^Trevithick : Cecil, Phoenix Chambers, Queen Street, Auck- 

land, New Zealand. 

1922 3461 JTrimm : Charles Algernon, m.c. ; Municipal Offices, Kingston- 

upon-Thames. 

1897 1237 JTrimnell : Harold Conybeare, c/o L. C. B. Trimnell, Esq., 

Woodside, Shorne, near Gravesend, Kent. 
iqiS 2378 ITriscott : Harris Stephens, 36 Parkside Road, Dollis Hill, 
Cricklewood, N.W. 

1928 4284 JTrubshawe : Wolstan Vyvyan, m.a. ; 14 Turner Drive, 

N.W.ii. 

1908 1909 JTbuelove : John Reginald, 44 Parliament Street, Nottingham. 

1918 2696 JTubbs : Grahame Burnell (Percy Tubbs, Son & Duncan), 

39 Great James Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 9631.] 
1902 i436|JTucker : Walter Stephen, “ Erdiston,” 1 Dunbar Avenue, 
Norbury, S.W. 

1886 593 JTugwell : Frank Alfred, 102 Westborough, Scarborough. 

1928 4285 JTun : Tha, B.sc.(Rangoon), a.a. D iploma ; 40 Park Road, Tower 

Lane, Rangoon, Burma. 

1909 2026 JTurnbull : Albert, 11 Tavistock Place, Sunderland. 

1921 3259 JT urnbull : Bernard William, Park View Road, Loudwater, 

Rickmansworth. 

1915 2598 JTurner: Albert Isaac, 10 Kentish Mansions, Tunbridge 

Wells. 

1920 2918 JTurner : Donald Keith, c/o Messrs. Stephenson & Meldrum, 

374 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

1929 4309 JTurner : Ernest Charles, 60 Lammas Park Road, Ealing, W.5. 
1906 1685 JTurner : Percy, 23 Bank Street, Bradford. 

1923 3786 JTurner : Ralph Henry, b. arch. L iverpool (Turner & Fry), 

[R.I.B.A. Archibald Dazaiay Scholar 1923] ; 209 St. Andrew’s 
Road, Bridport, Dorset. 

1925 3902J ITutton : Alwyne, “ Brockville,” 21 Grange Road, Gravesend, 

Kent. 

1900 1 3 4b JTwizell ■ Robert Percival Sterling, 1019 Metropolitan 

Building, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

1926 4032 JTyler : Eric Brian (Gordon Griffiths & E. Brian Tyler), 

Midland Bank Chambers, East Street, Chichester. \ Chichester 
406.] 

1909 1947 JTyndall : Richard John [3 Brondesbury Park, N.W.6] ; 

4 Francis Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1906 1686 JType : Marcus Oswald, f.s.i. ; 87 and 89 Edmund Street, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 6287.] 

1914 2555 JTyte : Gilbert George Lee, 67 Haverstock Hill, N.W.3. 


1925 3880 JL nwin : Edward, “ Vvldes.” North End, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1909 2027 JUnwin : Henry [56 St. James’s Road, Orrell, near Wigan]! 

Malvern Chambers, Library Street, Wigan. 

1927 4150 JUrwin : Samuel Ernest, c o County Architect, Cheshire C C 
Newgate Street, Chester. 

1929 4344 JUsher : V ilfred, 186 Front Street, Chester-le-Street Co 
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1924 3760 JVallis : Ronald William Harvey, r. arch. L iverpool ; North- 

Western State Railway, Lahore, India. 

1909 1948 JVanes : Robert Newton [National Bank Chambers, Prince’s 

Street, Dunedin, N.Z.], 79-80 High Holbom, W.C.i. 

1928 4286 JVarcoe : Leo Cyril Francis, A.A.Diploma ; 61 Millmount 

Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin. 

1909 1949 JVaughan : James Henry, f.s.i. (Griggs & Vaughan) ; Metro- 

politan Bank Chambers, Newport, Mon. [Newport 2724.] 

1925 3807 t Velarde : Francis Xavier, dip. arch. Liverpool (Weightman, 

Bullen & Velarde) [School of Architecture, Liverpool 
University'] ; 15 Tithebam Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool 

Bank 323.] 

1908 1875 JVenning : Harry John, f.s.i., i John Street, Bedford Row, 

W.C.i. [Holbom 9111.] 

1920 3113 J Venters : John Mackie, c/o Messrs. Atkinson & Dallas Ltd., 

26 Peking Road, Shanghai, N. China. 

1898 1271 JVercoe : William Arthur, President of the Devon and Cornzvall 

Architectural Society, and Chairman of the Plymouth Branch, 
Sun Buildings, Bedford Street, Plymouth. 

1921 3185 tVERGETTE : Robert George, P.W.D., Kuala Lumpur, Federated 

Malay States. 

1920 3048 J Vernon : Frederick Austin (Constantine & Vernon) 

[“ Cavaick,” 185 Tulse Hill, S.W.2], 82 Mortimer Street, W.i. 
[Langham 1267]. 

1918 2697 JVernon : George [“ The Knoll,” West End Avenue, Pinner, 
Middlesex], 19 Russell Square, W.C.i. [Museum 2181.] 

1902 1 437tt: Verstage : Arthur Halcrow [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 

1895-96 ; Arthur Cates Prizeman 1903 ; Goduin Bursar 1908], 
District Surveyor for Lewisham West ; 1 Waldram Road, 
Forest Hill, S.E.23. [Sydenham 5230.] 

1909 2028 JVey : George, 27 North Side, Streatham Common, S.W.16. 

[Streatham 0324.] 

1929 4345 JVine : Cyril Malcolm, Tudor Chambers, Station Road, 

Wood Green, N.22. 

1926 3936 tViNE : Ronald Owen (Vine & Vine), Tudor Chambers, Station 

Road, Wood Green, N.22. [Palmers Green 1824.] 

1922 3622 tV iny comb : William Liddle, 188 Handside Lane, Welwyn 

Garden City, Herts. 

1913 2442 tVoELKEL : William, Sheepwalk Lane, Townville, Castleford, 

Yorks. 

1922 3488 Jvon Berg : Captain Wilfred Clement, m.c. [R.I.B.A. Howard 

Colls Student 1914] ; Plan Guinet, Valescure, St. Raphael, 
Var, France. 

1899 1304 tVowLES : Thomas Hubert Hardinge, The Court House, 

Beningbrough, York. 


1914 2356 tWADDiNGTON : Harold Gerard, 52 Abingdon Street, Blackpool. 

[Blackpool 1369.] 

1907 1799 tWADE : Charles Paget, Snowshill Manor, Broadway, Worcester- 

shire. 

1907 1800 tWADE : Fred W., Government Architect, Alor Star, Kedah, 

Malaya, via Penang. 

1926 3966! [Wade : Lewis Edward, 47 Derby Road, Heaton Moor, 

Stockport. 


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1913 2398 [Waghorn : Sidney Stanley,"^ Adam Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

[Gerrard 8093 .] 

1913 2399 [Walgate : Charles Percival, a.r.c.a. (Walgate & Elsworth) 

[Grissell Gold Medallist 1910] ; Hilliard’s Chambers, Church 
Square, Cape Town, South Africa. [T.A. “ Vesica,” Cape 
Town. — Central 4461.] 

1888 691 [Walker : Alan Cameron (Walker & Johnston), 130 Collins 

Street, Hobart, Tasmania. [Hobart Central 331.] 

1925 3881 [Walker : Archibald Graham, DiP.ARCH.Glas., 26 Munro Road, 

Jordanhill, Glasgow. 

1892 926 [Walker : Benjamin, 59 Sutton Road, Erdington, near Birming- 

ham. [Erdington 221.] 

1903 1535 [Walker: GEORGEEDWARD,c/oLloydsBankLtd.,PallMall,S.W. 

1915 2599 [Walker : Harold Frederick, m.b.e. ; “ Peche-Lee,” Princes 

Road, Felixstowe. 

1923 373i [Walker : Hugh Aitken Hutchison, m.c. ; Messrs. Siemerink 

& Walker, 6 Netherlands Bank Buildings, Main Street, 
Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1901 1404 [Walker : John George, 322 South Lambeth Road, S.W.8. 

1922 3462 [Walker : Reginald Beckwick, Town Planning Office, Lands 

Department, Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa. 

1928 4214 [Walker : Richard Melville, “ The Limes,” Roehampton 
Lane, S.W.15. [Putney 1367.] 

1928 4287 [Walker: Stansfeld Thomas, m.a. ; 11 Bolton Street, Picca- 

dilly, W.i . [Grosvenor 3328.] 

1910 2132 [Wall : Roland Leslie, c/o A. A. Wall, Esq., “ Fieldside,” 
Wallace Avenue, Worthing, Sussex. 

1918 2698 [Wallace : Robert Stuart, The Fairway, Emmer Green, 

Reading, Berks. 

1909 2029 [Waller : Herbert, “ Groombridge,” Simla, N. Punjab, India. 

1927 4044 [Wallis : Douglas Thomas, A.A.Diploma (Wallis, Gilbert & 

Partners) ; 29 Roland Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.7. 
[Kensington 2838-2839.] 

1927 4045 [Wallnutt : Charles Nigel, 45 Carabella Street, Kirribilli, 
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1883 521 [Walters : Herbert Barron, Buckingham House, Tenby. 

1929 4346 [Walton : Donald Garbutt, 46 Brooklands Road, Hall Green, 

Birmingham. 

1892 921 [Warburton : Albert, 2 Bold Street Chambers, Warrington. 

[T.A. Warburton, Architect, Warrington.— Warrington 585.] 

1927 4093 [Warburton : Geoffrey Egerton, A.A.Diploma ; Grafton 

Hall, Malpas, Cheshire. 

1928 4215 [Ward : Basil Robert, 12 Phayre Street, Rangoon, Burma. 

1902 1481 [Ward : Lloyd Foster, Avebury Buildings, 55 Newhall Street, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham 4776.] 

1927 4151 [Ward : Willlam Leslie, The Firs, The Mount, Ewell, Surrey. 
1920 3049 [Wardill : Reginald William, “ Kennack,” Bridgen, Bexley, 

Kent. 

1916 2603 [Wardrop : James Hastie, Collins House, 360 Collins Street 

Melbourne, Australia. ’ 

1915 2558 [Ware: Percival Mitchell, “The Chase,” 23 Avenue Crescent 
Acton, W.3. ’ 

1910 2074 [Ware : Vivian, 44’Brighton Road, Coulsdon, Surrey 

1909 2030 [Warlow : Herbert Gordon, The Round House, Weybridge 
Road, Weybridge. 




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1914 2498 [Warnes : Claude Cornelius Tom, “ Clovelly,” Golf Course 
Road, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. 

1923 3697 [Warr : Bernard Geoffrey, Poplar Road, Solihull, Birmingham. 

[Solihull 603.] 

1928 4288 [Warren : George Pearsons, 46 Delph Lane, Hyde Park, Leeds. 

1909 i95if[WARREN : Henry George, 21 Monkswell Road, Exeter. 

1919 2846 [Warwick : James Guy (Traylen, Lenton & Warwick), 43A 

Priestgate, Peterborough. [Peterborough 334.] 

1920 3050^ Waterhouse : Michael Theodore, m.c. ; Staple Inn Buildings, 

High Holbom, W.C. 

1928 4216 [Waterman : Frederick, 204 Crowborough Road, Tooting 
Common, S.W.17. 

1928 4217 [Watson : Charles Spencer Owen (Jarvis & Richards), 60 

Tufton Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 4137.] 

1926 3937 [Watson : Edwin (Watson & Johnson), Winchester House, 

Victoria Square, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 382.] 

1927 4094 [Watson : Frederick James, “ Brambledown,” 31 Farley Road, 

Sanderstead, Surrey, 

1921 3186 [Watson : Harold, 54 Famley Lane, Otley, Yorks. 

1926 4034 [Watson : John, jun., 24 Doughty Street, W.C.x. 

1929 4347 [Watson : Walter, 40 Bayswater Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham. 
1929 4348 [Watt : John, 282 Batley Road, Alverthorpe, Wakefield. 

1920 3051 [Watt : John Desborough, Public Works Department, 

Municipal Council, Shanghai, China. 

*927 4152 [Watt : Leslie Alexander, B.ARCH.McGill ; 91 Madison 
Avenue, Montreal, P.Q., Canada. 

1900 1327 [Watts : Harold, 5 Thornhill Way, Mannamead, Plymouth. 

1912 2293 [Waugh: Edward Henry, Box 1049, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

1921 3260 [Webb : John Adams, 60 Burton Hill, Melton Mowbray. 

W23 3698 [WEBBER : ERNEST BERRY [2 Chepstow Place, W.2], 
42 Gordon Square, W.C.i. [Museum 9473.] 

1921 3236 [Webster: Francis Poole, 12 Barlow Road, Stretford, 

Manchester. 

1910 2133 [Webster : Frank Coutts, o.B.E.(Mil.), f.s.i. [98 Grosvenor 

Road, Muswell Hill, N.io] ; Caxton House (West), Tothill 
Street, Westminster, S.W.i. • 

1913 2400 [Wkedon : Harry William, Phoenix Chambers, 84 Colmore 

Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 3895.] 

1921 3261 [Weekes : Norman Barnett, F.s.i. ; 19 O’Connell Street, Sydney, 

New South Wales . 

1928 4218 [Weir : William Grant, c/o Messrs. Strickland, Blodget & Law', 

Architects, 20 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

1920 3114 [Welch : Herbert Archibald, “ Hawarden,” Eastfield Road, 

Leicester. 

1911 2294*[Welford : Arthur, ii Gray’s Inn Place, W.C.i. 

1911 2187 [Wellborn : George Taylor, 12 Alexandra Road, Burton-on- 

Trent. 

1926 3938 [Welsh : Oliver Martin, Univ. Lond. School Diploma 
[R.I.BA. Donaldson Medallist 1922-23] ; 38 Pattison Road, 
N.W.2. 

1921 3187 [Welsh : Stephen, M.A.Liverpool, b .arch .Liverpool [Rome 

Scholar in Architecture 1922] ; School of Architecture, 
University of Sheffield, Sheffield. 

1925 3825[ ||Werry : William John, 29 Kimberley Road, Preston, Brighton, 

Sussex. 


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1911 2247 {West: Harry, 13 Neville Road, Brentham, Ealing, W.5. 

1919 2847 {West : John Archibald, Surveyor to Carlton U.D.C., Chestnut 

House, 22 Station Road, Carlton, Notts. [Carlton 15.] 

1929 4357 {Westendarp : Rudolf Theodore (Walker & Westendarp), 
New Oxford House, Hart Street, W.C.t. [Holbom 2942.] 
1906 1750 {Westwick : Bertie Cecil, “ Rock Vale,” 15 Bath Lane, 
Mansfield, Notts. 

1921 3188 {Wharf : Henry Francis (Freeman, Son & Gaskell), Albert 

Chambers, 11 Carr Lane, Hull. [Hull 6502.] 

1906 1687 {Wheatly : Reginald Francis, b.a. (Cowell, Drewitt & Wheatly) 

[Truro and Penzance] ; The Waldens, Perran-ar-Worthal, 
Cornwall. 

1920 3052 {Whimster : Henry Neil, “ Libo Cottage,” Uplawmoor, 

Renfrewshire. 

1912 236 1{{ Whincop : Walter George, District Surveyor for Hackney 

West, and Interim District Surveyor for Stoke Newington 
[133 High Street, N.16 — Clissold 7685]; “ Westholm,” 

Wades Hill, Winchmore Hill, N.21. 

1896 1161 [Win pham : Edward Arthur, Prince of Wales Hotel, De Vere 

Gardens, Kensington, W.8. 

1902 1483 {Whipp : Thomas William, f.s.i. ; 15 Valley Bridge Parade, 

Scarborough. [Scarborough 127.] 

1921 3237 {Whitburn : Algernon Stuart, Elm Croft, Woking, Surrey. 

1921 3238 {Whitby : Charles, Eaton Chambers, 60 Buckingham Palace 

Road, S.W.t. 

1893 ) 992 {Whitcombe : Charles Arthur Ford, Central Technical College, 
to ( Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

1910 f 

1923 ) 

1912 2265 [White : Charles Herbert, 47 College Green, Bristol. 

1922 3463 { White : Charles Stanley, 65 King Henry’s Road, N.W.3. 

1920 2920 {White : James Hodge, A.A.Diploma ’ (Miller & White) 

[Victory Scholarship 1921] ; A.M.P. Chambers, Dunedin, New 
Zealand. 

1893 993 {White: John, 125 Grosvenor Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

1926 4035 {White : L. W. Thornton [ Ashpitel Prizeman 1926, Soane 

Medallist 1928, R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 1928] ; 18 

Alyth Gardens, Golders Green, N.W.n. [Speedwell 4154.] 
1926 4033 {White : (Mrs.) Maud Amy Margaret, Temple Farm, Cowley, 
near Oxford. 

1920 3053 {White : Percy Gordon, “ Dods,” Shamley Green, Surrey. 

1921 3365 {White : Raymond Charles, 7 Bourbon Street, Aylesbury, 

Bucks. [Aylesbury 50.] 

1921 3239 {White-Cooper : Rupert Charles, m.c., B.A.Lond. [R.I.B.A. 

Donaldson Medallist 1919-20] ; 53 Doughty Street, W.C.i. 
[Museum 9625.] 


1918 

1912 

1911 


1924 


2699 {Whitehead : Percy, c/o Messrs. Woolfall & Eccles, 60 Castle 
Street, Liverpool. 

2296 {Whitehead : Thomas Gustavus, The Engineer’s Office 
Southern Railway, Waterloo, S.E. 

2249 {Whitehouse : Arthur Eli Mitchell (W. Johnson & Sons 
27 Oldham Road, Miles Platting, Manchester. — Manchester 
City 5129) 12 Gibson’s Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport. 
3763 {Whiteside : Walter Jack [P.O. Box 396], Salomon’s Buildings, 
Selbome Avenue, Bulawayo, S. Rhodesia. 



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1922 3489 {Whitley : Cuthbert Claude Mortier, c/o The Department 

of Works, Canberra, Federal Capital Territory, Australia. 

1922 3623 {Whittaker: George, 13 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 

' S.W.i. 

1929 4349 {Whyte : William George, 27 Penann Mansions, Rissik Street, 
Johannesburg, South Africa. 

1920 3115 {Wicks: Herbert Graham, m.c. (Harvey & Wicks) ; 5 Bennett’s 
Hill, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 1719.] 

1919 2754 {Wiggins : John Stanley, “ Pinkney,” Upper Shoreham Road, 

Old Shoreham, Sussex. 

1923 3699 {Wiggs : Henry Ross, B.sc. ; 11 10 Castle Building, 1410 Stanley 

Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 

1889 759 {Wigram : Sir Edgar Thomas Ainger, Bart., b.a. Cantab. ; 

Green Acres, Wells, Somerset. 

1911 2250 {Wigzell : Norman, c/o City Architect, Town Hall, Sheffield. 

1913 2413 {Wilby : Albert, 32 'Stanhope Gardens, Kensington, S.W.7. 

1926 3939 {Wilde: George, c/o W.H. Watkins, Esq., 15 Clare Street, Bristol. 
1926 3940 {Wilford : Charles Edmund, “ Wychwood,” Taunton Road, 

Leicester. 

1920 2921 {Wilkes : Francis Hilton, B.ARCH.McGill ; 96 Bloor Street 

West, Toronto 5, Ontario, Canada. 

1921 3366 {Wilkinson : Fred, p.a.s.i. ; “ Westcot,” 59 Allerton Road, 

Bradford. 

1922 3624 {Wilkinson : Herbert Cutler, 3 St. Hilda’s Road, Harrogate. 
1928 4289 {Wilkinson : (Miss) Mary Leonora, a.a. Diploma ; The 

Rector)', Melcombe Bingham, Dorchester, Dorset. 

1873 96 {Wilkinson : Robert Stark [Class of Proficiency 1866, Vol. 

Arch. Exam.] [Bedford Circus, Exeter], 25 de Mayo 395, 
Montevideo, Uruguay. 

1913 2444 {Wilks : John, 43 Mowbray Road, South Shields. 

1923 3644 {Williams : Albert Ernest, McGuire’s Buildings, Victoria 

Street, Hamilton, New Zealand. 

1913 2402 {Williams: David, Chief Architect’s Branch, Department of 

Public Works, Ottawa, Canada. 

1928 4290 {Williams : David John, dip .arch. Cardiff ; 34 Gynor Place, 
Ynishir, Glam. 

1922 3464 {Williams : Edwin, B.ARCH.Liverpool [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis 

Student 1923] ; 229 Ladbroke Grove, W.n. 

1915 2600 {Williams : Enoch, i Beechdale Road, Newport, Mon. 

1909 2032 {Williams : Geoffrey Hyde (Edgington & Spink), 52 High 

Street, Windsor. [Windsor 248.] 

1922 3465 {Willlams : Howard, p.a.s.i. ; 21 Windsor Place, Cardiff. 
[Cardiff 3783.] 

1928 4291 {Williams : Lawrence Paul, A.A.Diploma. 

1911 2251 {Williams: Llewellyn Ebenezer, “ Chicksands,” Church 

Hill, Merstham, Surrey. 

1912 2362 {Williams: Llewellyn Edwin, ii Grey Street, Wellington, 

New Zealand. 

1889 729 {Williams : Walter Albert [Copper Beeches, Orpington, 

Kent], Jessops, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge, Kent. 

1920 3054 {Williams : William John Vaughan, M.C. ; 49 St. Mary Street, 
Weymouth. 

1920 3035 Willlamson : Frederick (Emley & Williamson), Stanley 

House, Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
[Johannesburg 948.] 


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1884 540 J Williamson : James Anderson, “ Holmwood,” Corstorphine, 

Edinburgh. 

1921 3368 J Williamson : John, Architect’s Department, County Hall, 

Cardiff. 

1920 2922 JWilliamson : John Wallace, Municipal Architect, British 
Municipal Council, Tientsin, North China [Via Siberia.]. 

1925 3787 J Willis : Reginald John, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; School House, 

Leycett, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs. 

1919 2755 t Willis : William Elia, “ Dan-y-deri,” Pentre, Ystrad- 

Rhondda, Glam. 

1922 3490 JWillman : John Henry Hilary (Roberts & Willman), 2 Ham- 

met Street, Taunton. [Taunton 174.] 

1922 3625 JWillmott : Stanley John, H.M. Office of Woods, etc., 
1 Whitehall, S.W.i. 

1920 3116 J Wills : Trenwith (Gerald Wellesley and Trenwith Wills) 

[Tite Prizeman 1914, Victory Scholarship 1920], Ormonde 
House, North Gate, Regent’s Park, N.W.8. [Primrose 
Hill 0596.] 

1918 2700 J Willson : Ernest, 62 Alexandra Road, Blackburn. 

1915 2601 JWilshere: Reginald Sharman, m.c., p.a.s.i.; Education Office, 

Victoria Street, Belfast. 

1884 538 JWilson : Alexander Brown, “ Cumbrae,” Thom Street, 

Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Australia. 

1911 2252 JWilson : Allen Woodward (A. W. & H. J. Wilson), Cumber- 

gate, Peterborough. [Peterborough 409.] 

1920 3056 JWilson : Arthur, Borough Engineer and Surveyor, Town 

Hall, Whitehaven. [Whitehaven 53.] 

1889 753*JWilson : Arthur Needham [Inst. Medallist ( Drainings ) 1884, 
Soane Medallist 1886], 9 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.c! 
[Holbom 4630.] 

1926 4036 JWilson : Edward Douglas, 135 Bland Street, Haberfield, 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1921 3240 JWilson : Harry Ernest, “ Freshfield,” Woodside Park Road 

Whetstone. N. 

1902 1484 JWilson: Henry Armstrong, 251 Osborne Road, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 

1911 2189 JWilson : Herbert John (A. W. & H. J. Wilson), Cumbergate, 

Peterborough. [Peterborough 409.] 

1924 3778 JWilson : James Mollison, Windsor House, Victoria Street 
S.W.i. 


1928 

1922 

1919 

1921 

1925 

1910 

1920 

1920 


4292 

3626 

2849 

3189 

3882 

2135 

3057 

3”7 


JWilson: James William Gilchrist, “ Shrublands,” St. 
Mildreds Avenue, Birchington, Kent. 

JWilson : John William Gilmour, ’ “ Dorran,” Wamham 
Court Road, Carshalton, Surrey. 

JWilson : Joseph, dip.arch.G 13 s. ; Cockburn Buildings 141 
Bath Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 2818.] 

JW’ilson : Perci , Chief Engineer’s Office, Victoria Terminus 
Bombay, India. ’ 

JWilson: Percy Roy, B.ARCH.McGill ; 58 Belveder Road, 

Westmount, P.Q., Canada. 

JWhson : Ralph, r.b a ; “ Tardebigge,” Hayes Hill, Hayes, Kent. 

JWilson: Robert (James Strang & Wilson), Vicar Street, 
Falkirk, Stirlingshire. [Falkirk 340.] 

JWinbourne : Goodman George, p.a.s.i. ; 214 Bishopsgate, 
E.L.2. [Bishopsgate 1936.] 




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1929 4358 JWiNBUSH : Harry Stephen, 54 Union Street, Brunswick, 
Melbourne, Australia. 

1921 3369 JWinch : Kenneth Mark, 47 Granville Road, S.W.18. 

1920 3058 iWiNDER : Captain Arthur Mayall, m.c. (Winder & Taylor) ; 

61 Union Street, Oldham. [Oldham 1233.] 

1921 3190 J Winder : Richard Henry, m.a.(arch )Mancr. ; School of 

Architecture, Technical College, Cardiff. 

1922 3466 J W inn : Thomas John Rosewarne, “ Edenhurst,” Arterberry 

Road, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 

1888 677 JWinny : Thomas Herbert, Ealdgate, Woodcote Valley Road, 

Purley, Surrey. 

1922 3627 JWinslade : Morris Lester, 26 Ashwater Road, Lee, S.E.12. 

1911 2253 X Winter : Cecil Reynolds. 

1925 3883 J Winter : Frank Thomas, 7 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

[Temple Bar 8656.] 

1926 3941 [Winter : Percy Harold, p.a.s.i. ; Public Works Department, 

Jerusalem, Palestine. 

1921 3370 J Wiseman : Arthur Eric, 10 Duke Street, Chelmsford. 

[Chelmsford 276.] 

1920 3118 JWood : Cecil Walter, go Hereford Street, Christchurch, New 
Zealand. 

1885 557*JWood : Edgar, 78 King Street, Manchester. 

1913 2445 [Wood : Herbert McGregor, 3 Belsize Square, N.W.3. 

1920 3059 JWood : James, m.c. ; Education Office, East Church Street, 
Buckie, Banffshire. [Buckie 62.] 

1926 3958 [Wood : John William, a.a. Diploma [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis 

Student at A.A. 1924; Grissell Gold Medallist 1926]; 181 
Belsize Road, South Hampstead. N.W.6. 

1904 1559 [Wood : Joseph John, Bank Buildings, Hyde Park, Leeds. 
1896 1160 JWood : Kenneth (Kenneth Wood & Charles H. Rose), 20 The 

Broadway, Woking. [Woking 589.] 

1920 3060 JWood : Ormond Philip, Brundah, Carabella Street, Kirribilli 

Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1928 4293 JWood : Roland, 17 Bishops Road, Benwell, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
1925 3884 [Wood : Thomas Ruddiman, Dip.ARCH.Abdn. ; c/o Architects’ 

Dept., Education Office, Council House, Margaret Street, 
Birmingham. 

1919 2850 [Wood: Thomas Spencer (Wood & Kendrick & Edwin 

F. Reynolds), 57 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham 
Central 134.] 

1927 4153 [Wood : William Alexander, 34 Old Elvet, Durham. 

1921 3241 [Wood : William Walter, 8 Sussex Terrace, Plymouth. 

[Plymouth 2501.] 

1909 1910 JWoodcock : Edgar Hugh, c/o H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s 
Gate, S.W.i. 

1925 3885 J IIWoodgate : James Austen, 51 High Street, Sandgate, Kent. 

[Sandgate 163.] 

1921 3242 [Woodhouse : Brian William, Phillip Royd House, Calder 

Road, Mirfield, Yorks. 

1920 2923 [Woodhouse : Francis Percy Mark, A.A.DipIoma [Victory 

Scholarship 1920] ; 15 Deans Yard, S.W.i. [Victoria 1379.J 

1928 4294 [Woodhouse : Hubert Ollyett, “ Felsted,” New Lambton 

Heights, Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia. 

1919 2756 JWoodroffe : Norman Frederic, o.b.e., p.a.s.i. (W. H. 

Woodroffe & Son) ; 5 Bedford Row, W.C.i . [Chancery 7881 .] 


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1 928 d 4219 f J Woodrow : Alan, c o The National Bank of South Africa, 
West Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 

1006 1600 tWooDSEND : Henry Edward, 92 Fifth Avenue, New York, 

U.S.A. 

1908 1871 X Wood ward : Charles (Wm. Woodward & Sons), 15 Great 

’ ’ James Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holborn 2641.] 

1914 2499*1 W oodward : Frank (Wm. Woodward & Sons), 15 Great 

James Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holborn 2641.] 

1902 1439 JWoore : Joseph Alfred (Naylor, Sale & Woore) [Duffield, 

' “ Derby], Smith’s Bank Chambers, Market Place, Derby. 

[Derby 1219.] 

1911 2254 [Wormald : Harry, Education Architect, County Hall, Wake- 

field. 

1887 630 [Worsley : Arthur Henry, 71 Frant Road, Tunbridge Wells, 

Kent. 

1023 3701 [Wort : William Sidney, 23 Waterloo Gardens, Cardiff. 

1912 2363*4 Worthington : John Hubert, o.b.e., M.A.Mancr., Hon.A.R.c.A. 

(Thomas Worthington & Sons), Professor of Architecture, 
Royal College of Art, 1923-1928 ; 178 Oxford Road, Man- 
chester. [Manchester Ardwick 2745.] 

1927 4154 [Worthington: Thomas Shirley Scott, Gorsey Brow, 

Mobberlev, Cheshire. 

192c 3886 [Wray : Kenneth Fletcher (Hy. Ward, Son & Wray), 8 Bank 

Buildings, Hastings. [Hastings 1009.] 

1908 1872 [Wren : Edward Lancelot, The Bromsgrove Guild (Canada) 

Limited, 456 Clarke Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1927 4095 [Wride : James Barrington [Rome Scholar in Architecture 

1929], 1 Grove Place, Whitchurch, Cardiff. 

1919 2851 [Wright : Charles Henry [The Dial House, Wendover Road, 

Aylesbury], 24 Temple Street, Aylesbury. [Aylesbury 248.] 

1911 2255 [Wright : Christopher, 10 Clifford Street, Bond Street, W.i. 

1926 4037 [Wright : Hubert, 122 Clarence Gate Gardens, Regent’s 

Park, N.W.i. [Paddington 7612.] 

1925 3887 [Wrigley : Fred Hildred (W. Wrigley & Son), 2 King Street, 

Wakefield. [Wakefield 2330.] 

1902 1487 [Wrigley : Willie (W. Wrigley & Son), 2 King Street, Wake- 

field. [T.A. Wrigley Wakefield.— Wakefield 2330.] 

1901 1405 [Wrench : Raymond Cyril, 16 Museum Street, Ipswich 

[Ipswich 3391] ; and at Redroofs, High Road, Felixstowe. 
[Felixstowe 152.] 

1920 2924 [Wyatt : Leslie Herbert William, “ Burbage,” Murray 

Avenue, Bromley, Kent. 

1020 3061 [Wyatt : Philip Humphry, o.b.e. ; 26 Bloomsbury Square, 
W.C.r. 

1927 4155 [Wykes : Herbert Tom, 10 Ringlestone Crescent, Sandling, 

Maidstone. 

1912 2299 [Wyld : Robert Stodart Balgarnie, 31 Bedford Row, W.C. 

1920 3062 [Wylie : Edward Grigg, m.c., Chevalier of the Order of the 

Crown of Roumania. Dip.ARCH.Glas. (Wylie, Wright & Wylie) ; 
204 West Regent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 
1836.] 

1927 4156 [Wylie : Frederick Robert (Wylie. Wright & Wylie), 204 West 
Regent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 1836.] 

1903 1537 [Wylie : Richard, 24 Grainger Street West, Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne. 



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1907 1802 JWyllie : William Barnet, 21 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh 25536.] 

1913 2401 JWynborough : James, ii West 42nd Street, New York City, 

U.S.A. 

1927 4157 JWyness : James Fenton, 45 Salisbury Terrace, Aberdeen. 

1922 3628 j Wynne -Williams : Walter Phillips [42 Gunnersbury Lane, 

Acton, W.3.], 242 High Street, Acton, W.3. [Chiswick 3037.] 


1922 3629 J Yates : Charles William, f.s.i. (Stratton Davis, Yates & 

Dolman) ; 12 Queen Street, Gloucester. [Gloucester 2409.] 
1885 565 JYatks : Thomas Charles, 92 Breakspears Road, Brockley, 

S.E.4. 

1921 3371 J Yeats : John, dip. arch .Abdn. ; 18681 Fairport Avenue, 
Detroit, Mich., U.S.A. 

1907 1840 JYeo : Samuel Arthur Speare [St. Andrew’s Lodge, Home- 
field Road, Sudbury, Middlesex], Bank Chambers, 2, 4, and 6 
St. John Street, E.C. [Clerkenwell 6190.] 

1911 2256 JYoung : Allan Murray Campbell, 3 Devas Road, Wimble- 

don, S.W.20. [Wimbledon 0655.] 

1921 3372 t Young : Cedric John Mathison, m.c. (G. P. K. Young & 

Son) ; 42 Tay Street, Perth, Scotland. [Perth 20.] 

1891 88otJYouNG : Ernest Alexander, f.s.i. ; District Surveyor for 
Lewisham East, and (Interim) for Woolwich South ; 155 

Rushey Green, Catford, S.E.6. [Lee Green 1507.] 

1909 2035 JYoung : John Girtrig, Public Works Department, Kingston, 
Jamaica. 

1922 3630 JYoung: John Reeve, 3 Bedford Square, W.C.I. 

1921 3262 JYoung : Thomas Peach Weir (Jeffrey Waddell & Young), 

95 Bath Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 654.] 

1891 855 J Young : Vivian Edward, Shaftesbury House, Maybury, Woking. 

1915 2602 J Young : William Cecil (Taylor & Young) [ Pugin Student 

1914], 19 Chapel Walks, Manchester. [Manchester Central 
4606.] 

1922 3631 JYoxall : Thomas, Courier Buildings, 31 Market Street, Longton, 

Staffs. 


Total number of Associates: 2502. 


LICENTIATES (L.R.I.B.A.). 

licentiates shall be architects who have attained the age of thirty years and either (a) have been engaged 
as principals for at least five successive years in the practice of architecture, or (6) have been engaged for at 
least ten consecutive years in the practice or the study of architecture. Unless otherwise determined by 
resolution of a General Meeting of the Royal Institute ... no person shall be elected as a Licentiate after the 
expiration of twelve months from the date of the coming into force of the first Bye-laws relating to Licentiates 
. . .* — {Extract from the Supplemental Charter > 1909 ] 

•23rd March 1910 — the period was extended to June 1912. 

[See also Supplemental Charter, 1925, Section III, clause 3 (<f) and (/), also clauses 6, 7 and 8.] 

Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1911 1082 Abbey t : Frank (Abbey & Hanson), n Cloth Hall Street, 

Huddersfield. [Huddersfield 225.] 

1925 2897 j | A bbott : Major Albert Leigh, m.c., r.e. ; 22 Craven Street, 

Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 3396.] 



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1910 1 Aberdour : James Gordon, 34 New Fillebrook Road, Leyton- 

stone, E.11. 

191 1 877 Abraham: Lieut. -Col. John William, o.b.e., d.l. ; 80 Hanley 

Road, Stroud Green, N. 

1925 2656 ||Adam : David Alexander, “ Vinnycote,” Mylespit Hill, 

Mill Hill, N.W.7. 

1911 1083 Adam: John Shedden, B.N.Z. Chambers, George and Wynyard 

Streets, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1912 1969 Adam : Matthew, Divisional Engineer’s Office, London, 

Midland and Scottish Railway, Buchanan Street Station, 
Glasgow. 

1912 1835 Adams : Frank Boulter, 10 Vivian Gardens, Wembley Hill, 

Middlesex. 

1911 406 Adams : Frederick Ernest, Borough Surveyor’s Office, 

Municipal Offices, Kingston-on-Thames. 

1925 2385 ||Adams : John Brittain, Stafford Chambers, Glebe Street, 

Stoke-on-T rent. 

1925 2386 [|Adams : Reginald Ernest, “ Chaswell,” West Hill Avenue, 

Epsom, Surrey. 

1925 3170 ||Adamson : James Edgar, d.s.o. ; 56 Victoria Street, S.W.i. 
[Victoria 3944.] 

1925 2387 ||Adamson : James Robertson (Bradshaw Gass and Hope), 
19 Silverwell Street, Bolton. [Bolton 1746-1747.] 

1911 689 Agate : Charles Gustave (Halliday & Agate), 14 John Dalton 

Street, Manchester. [Manchester Central 3149.] 

1925 2172 IIAherne : de Lacy, 55 Newhall Street, Birmingham. [Birming- 
ham Central 2974.] 

1925 2504 IIAinsworth : Arthur, 36 Mulberry Road, Boumville, 

Birmingham. 

1925 2561 ||Aitken : Henry Andrew, 11 New Court, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. 

[Holborn 1865.] 

1911 558 Aldridge : Ernest Charles, 14 Castle Street, Liverpool. 

[Liverpool Central 7657.] 

1911 1084 Alexander: James Montgomerie [“Sea View,” 40 Ashton 

Road, Gourock], 2 Hamilton Street, Greenock, Scotland. 

1925 2562 ||Alexandre : Donald, “ Mailing,” Kingsfield Avenue, Harrow, 

Middlesex. 

1912 1836 Allan : David Lindsay, The Shieling, Fryston Avenue, 

East Croydon. 

1910 329 Allen : Arthur Frank (Searle & Searle), “ Falklands ” 

98 Brockley Grove, S.E4. 

1911 940 Allen: Frederick Albert, 47 Leyborne Avenue, West Ealing, 

W.13. 

1910 69 Allen : Percy King [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1889L ■; Culver- 

don Park Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

1926 3210 ||Alles : Stephen Joseph, Public Works Department, Colombo, 

Ceylon. 

1925 2276 ||Allison : Wilson Burdett, Town Hall, Wallasey, Cheshire. 
1925 3°97 IIAllward : Hugh Lachlan, 2200 Sterling Tower Building 
Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

1911 1086 Almond : Frederick John, 16 Kennedy Street, Manchester 

1911 1087 Almond : William John, 6 Albion Street, Hull. 

1910 265 Anderson : Alexander Ellis, 28 Hazelwood Road, Northamp- 
ton. [Northampton 566.] F 

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S.E.10. 

1092 Anderson : John, Royal Insurance Buildings, 109 Queen 
Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

2389 ||Andrew : Benjamin Claude, New Inn Chambers, St. Austell, 
Cornwall. [St. Austell 141.] 

266 Andrews : Arthur George, p.ajs.i. ; Town Hall, Colchester. 

2175 HAndrews : William Frederick, p.a.s.i. ; Ocean Chambers, 

20 West Street, Brighton. [Brighton 335.] 

1094 Angell : Robert, Keith House, 133 Regent Street, W. 

1095 Angell : Thomas Graveley (G. Blair Imrie & T. G. Angell), 

2 Mitre Court Chambers, Fleet Street, E.C.4. [Central 

3215-6-] 

2176 ||Ansdell : James Richard (Blackmore, Sykes & Co.), Ruskin 

Chambers, Scale Lane, Hull. [Hull Central 1169.] 

2177 || Antliff : Norris Slater, Draycott, near Derby. [Draycott 21.] 

1097 Appleby : Arthur, 3 Tasker Road, Crookes, Sheffield. 

2505 ||Appleton : Henry, “ Woodfield,” 69 Elderton Road, Westcliff- 
on-Sea, Essex. 

721 Appleyard : Henry Milnthorpe, 41 Canning Street, Liverpool. 

1699 Arabian : John, to Observatory Road, East Sheen, S.W. 

1828 Arbuckle : William Armour, 14 Johnstone Drive, Rutherglen, 

Glasgow. 

1700 Archibald : Richard James (Kitching & Archibald), 21 Albert 

Road, Middlesbrough. [Middlesbrough 2512.] 

2277 ||Arding : Seymour Charles, 53 Telford Avenue, Streatham 
Hill, S.W.2. 

1098 Ahdley : Clive Ewart, 19 Stratford Road, Kensington, W.8. 
3262 ||Arend : William Henry, 12 Montague Road, Richmond, 

Surrey. 

1099 Armstrong : John, County Road Surveyor, Skye District, 

Portree, Inverness-shire. 

2778 HArnold: Herbert, 298 High Street, West Bromwich. 

2884 ||Arnott: Henry Dudley, j.p., assoc .m .inst . c e. ; 171 High 
Street, Gorleston-on-Sea. [Gorleston-on-Sea 11.] 

2684 ||Arrowsmith : Claude, 4 Romney Street, Moston, Manchester. 

1100 Arthur: John, 164 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

1037 Ascroft: Henzell, 73 Kimberley Road, Southsea, Hants. 

3256 ||Ash : Gilbert Douglas, 10 Avon View, Bath Road, Devizes, 
Wilts. 

2657 ||Ashby-Bailey : Percival Henry, f.s.i. ; “ Glenthom,” Wol- 
stanton, Staffs. [Hanley 8016.] 

1102 Ashford : William Harry, 37 Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. 
3113 IIAstley : Robert, 43 Upper Tollington Park, N4. 

2685 ||Aston : Arthur Ewart, “ Ashmead,” Hatton Road, Cheshunt, 

Herts. 

2992 ||Athron : Thomas Sydney (Athron & Dyson), Dolphin Cham- 
bers, Market Place, Doncaster. [Doncaster 447.] 

1104 Atkins : Norman Henry, 62 West Street, Fareham, Hants. 

2563 ||Atkinson : Frank, Old Bank Chambers, Bingley, Yorks. 

174 Atkinson : Frederick John (Broughton, Atkinson, Eagle & 

Sons), 37 Brown Street, Manchester. [Manchester City 4165.] 

2564 ||Atkinson : William, “ The Anchorage,” Balfour Road, 
Acton, W.3. [Chiswick 0093.] 

Attree : Edward, Glamorgan County Hall, Cardiff. 


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1925 2993 IIAvery-Fowler : James Aylwin, 4 Shelley Terrace, Lewes, 

Sussex. 

1910 238 Ayles : Herbert Weston, 3 Clarendon Road, Sevenoaks. 
igxi 951 Aylwin: Reginald Francis Guy, 17 Buckingham Street, 

W.C.2. 

1911 1105 Ayris : Herbert Evans, Hon. Secretary, Cumberland Branch, 

Northern Architectural Association, 68 Lowther Street, 
Carlisle and The Cottage-in-the-Wood, Wigton Road, Carlisle. 
[Carlisle 605.] 


1925 2801 HBadenoch : Henry Sime, c/o The Area Officer, W. & B. Dept., 

Middle East Area, R.A.F. Headquarters, Cairo, Egypt. 

1912 1839 Badger : Frederick Ernest George, Cunard Building, Liver- 

pool. [Liverpool Bank 3551.] 

1911 879 Bailey : # Alfred George, 47 Maxwell Road, Bournemouth. 

1925 2463 ||Bailey : 'Arthur Edwin, 14 West Terrace, Eastbourne, Sussex. 

[Eastbourne 1639.] 

1925 2178 ||Bailey : Ernest Batho, 9 Cook Street, Liverpool. 

1912 1841 Baillie : William, 2 West Regent Street, Glasgow. 

1910 71 Baines : Charlie Owen, Town Hall, Paignton. 

1925 2834 |[Baker : Frank, 7 York Place, Scarborough. [Scarborough 618.] 

1911 1106 Baker: Harry Edwin, 23 Burlington Road, Osterley, Middlesex. 

1912 1842 Baker : Henry George, f.s.i. ; 21 Grosvenor Road, Aldershot. 

1910 144 Baker : Howard Leslie, St. Louis, Hornchurch Road, Rom- 

ford, Essex. 

1910 267 Baker : Joseph Phillips, 33 Market Place, Willenhall, Staffs. 

1925 3186 [Baker : Raymond A., Shenfield Park Estate Office, Shenfield, 

Essex. [Brentwood 192.] 

1925 2748 ||Baker : Walter James, 293 Albert Road, Aston Manor, 

Birmingham. 

1925 2392 HBakes : Captain Leslie Harper, r.o. ; 47 Park Square 

Chambers, Leeds. [Leeds 26679.] 

1910 145 Ballard: William Joseph, “ The Willows,” Willows Road, 

Cannon Hill, Birmingham. 

1911 954 Banks : Clifford Saunders, Highfield House, Oakfield Road, 

Croydon. 

1911 724 Banks : Thomas Moffatt. 

1925 2749 [Banks-Martin : Robert, j.p. ; 199 Plashet Grove, East Ham, 

E.6. [Grangewood 185.] 

1925 3184 IIBannan: Henry Watkins, 8 Philpot Lane, E.C.3. [Royal 

6290.] 

1925 2464 ij Barber : Ernest (Foster & Barber), Asplev House, High Street, 

Broadstairs [Broadstairs 300], and 183 Northdown Road, 
Margate. [Margate 484.] 

1925 2629 [Bare : Robert George, f.s.i. ; Granville House, Arundel 

Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 4788.] 

1912 1844 Barker : Frederick George, Commerce Chambers, 15 Lord 

Street, Liverpool. 

1925 2835! [Barker : Frederick William Charles [“ Sheheree,” Rayleigh, 

Essex], District Surveyor for Stepney West, Bank Chambers’ 
130 Whitechapel High Street, E.i. [Avenue 7480.] 

1925 2762 [Barker : Brevet-Colonel Harold Wood, o.b.e., t.d. (Thomas 

Barker & Son) ; Midland Bank Chambers Bradford f Brad- 
ford 1776.] ' L 


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1845 Barker : Herbert Mayer, 160 Hope Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Douglas 1422.] 

3273 [(Barker : Herbert Mitton (Barker & Price), 37 Queen Street, 
Deal, Kent. [Deal 452.] 

955 Barker : Walter Clement (Sutcliffe & Sutcliffe, New Road, 
Hebden Bridge. — Hebden Bridge 38, and at Halifax Road, 
Todmorden), West Grove, Hebden Bridge, Yorks. 

1076 Barlow : Frederick John, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

728 Barlow : Walter, 44 Woodland Road, Alma Park, Levens- 
hulme, near Manchester. 

1 1 10 Barlow-Smith : John, 60 Ducks Hill Road, Northwood, 
Middlesex. 

ini Barnes : Alfred Henry, 14 Sydenham Road, Croydon. 

2506 ||Barnes : Vernon Stuart, i King Street Parade, Stroud, Glos. 

[Stroud 24.] 

2987 [|Bartlett : James, Homelea, Horsell Rise, Woking. 

1846 Barton : William Henry (Sprague & Barton), Albion Cham- 

bers, 60 Haymarket, S.W.i. [Regent 2348.] 

2994 ||Bateman : Howard Robert, “ Fairlight,” 34 Douglas Road, 

Acocks Green, Birmingham. 

2995 ||Bateman : William Herbert, m.c., assoc. m.inst.c.e., f.s.i. ; 

5 Beaufort East, Bath. [Bath 2105.] 

1038 Battie : Charles Albert, New Scotland Yard, S.W.i. 

3188 ||Baulk : Captain Ernest O., c,'o The Chief Engineer, Works 
and Buildings Department, R.A.F. Headquarters, Middle 
East, Cairo, Egypt. 

2278 HBawcutt : John Charles Harry, The Bungalow, Hids Copse 

Road, Cumnor Hill, Oxford. 

1 1 14 Baxter: Roderick Hildegar (Smith & Cross, Town Hall 
Chambers, Rochdale. — Rochdale 2741), 97 Milnrow Road, 
Rochdale. 

332 Bayley : Charles Reuben [134 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3], 
“ Ambleside,” 8 Elmboume Road, Tooting Common, S.W.17. 
[Streatham 2383.] 

2279 ||Baylis : Arthur Gidlow, 16 Grosvenor Road, Whalley Range, 

Manchester. 

3286 ||Baylis : Cecil Richard, 3 Grafton Road, Bedford. 

1848 Baynes : William Albert, Leatonville, Uttoxeter, Staffs. 

1116 Beattie: George Nicholas, 689 Great Western Road, Glasgow. 
2170 Beattie : Owen Keith, 62 St. James’s Street, S.W. [T.A. 
Archicraft, Piccy, London. — Gerrard 3675.] 

2507 |[Beaumont : Eugene Charles (Eugene C. Beaumont & Son), 

134 Fleet Street, E.C.4 [Central 0607] ; and 18 Manor Road, 
Sidcup, Kent. 

2280 [‘Beaumont : Frederick George, m.inst.c.e. ; Council Offices, 

Romford. 

2779 ||Beaumont : Ivor, Head Master, Municipal School of Art, 
College of Technology, Belfast. 

2 393 |[Beeston : Willlam (William Beeston Sc Son), 15 Castle Street, 
Dover. [Dover 392 and St. Margarets-at-Cliffe 78.] 

2179 ||Belcham : Alan Syer, 126 Hamlet Court Road, Westcliff-on- 
Sea. 

2868 (Bell : Arnold (W. A. Chambers & Co.) [Roosevelt House, 
Apollo Bunder, Bombay, India], Standard Buildings, Hornby 
Road, Fort, Bombay, India. [Bombay 20121.] 


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1910 108 Bell : Frank, 23 Chatham Road, Manchester. 

1912 1850 Bell : George, Pearl Buildings, Northumberland Street, 
N ewcasde-upon-T yne. 

1910') 73 Bell : James Frederick Carruthers [134 Boulevard Haussman, 

to ( Paris, France], i Hare Court, Temple, E.C.4. [Central 3947.] 

1926 r 
1928 J 

1925 3042 ||Bell : Maximilian Joseph, Carlton Chambers, 4 Regent 

Street, S.W.i. [Gerrard 9666.] 

1911 730 Bell : Thomas Frederick, Architectural Department, Municipal 

Buildings, Liverpool. 

1925 2898 ||Bellamy : Franklin Joseph, 12 Mont le Grand, Exeter. 

1925 2952 ||Bell-John : Harry, m.c., f.s.i. ; P.O. Box 734, Pretoria, 

South Africa. 

1911 731 Benison : Henry Spencer, 24 Harrington Square, N.W.i. 

1910 6 Bennett: John, City Architect, Municipal Offices, Exeter. 

1925 2736 ||Bennett : John Garrett, Borough Architect’s Office, 4 

Woodville Terrace, Gravesend. 

1910 333 Bennett : Malcolm Beresford, 9 Russell Gardens, Golders 

Green, N.W.i 1 . 

1911 691 Bennett : Thomas Percy, Clarence Buildings, 2 Booth Street, 

Manchester. [Manchester Central 6130.] 

1925 2687 UBenson : Charles Bernard, “ Rings,” Dorchester, Dorset. 

1911 1120 Bentley: Ernest Edward, Bank Buildings, 26 Victoria 

Street, Grimsby. 

1911 1 1 21 Bentley: Robert (R. Bentley & Son), 53 Church Street, 

Whitehaven. 

1925 2181 ||Benwell : Claud Hugh, Southam Chambers, Waltham 

Street, Hull. [Hull Central 5141.] 

1925 2763 UBenwell : Walter Richard, 28 Park Road, Wembley, 

Middlesex. 

1925 2508 ||Benz : Frederick Charles, 49 Gildredge Road, Eastbourne. 

1911 958 Berry : Philip Roland, Trafalgar Buildings, 1 Charing Cross, 

W.C.2. [Gerrard 7316.] 

1910 7 Betenson : Frederic Roger, f.s.i. ; 5 Great College Street, 

Westminster, S.W.I. 

1925 2609 ||Bethell : Frank (Bethell, Swannell & Durnford), Adam House, 

i6a John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. [Regent 3183.] 

1925 2930 HBhatt : Tribhovand.ass Bechard.ass, P.W.D., Bhavnagar, 
Kattiawar, India. 

1925 3201 :;Bilbow : Thomas, Whitecroft, Langley Road, Slough, Bucks. 

1911 733 Binns : Joseph, City Engineer’s Office, Leeds. 

1911 734 Bird : Ernest Earle, 271 Notre Dame, St. Lambert, Province 

Quebec, Canada. 

1910 no Bird : Hugo Ritchie, St. Thomas’s Gate, Brentwood, Essex. 

[Brentwood 61.] 

1925 2238 UBirslup-AIiller : Captain George James, r.e.(t.a.), p.a.s.i. 

(Head of the Department of Building), Cape Technical 
College, Cape Town, South Africa. [Cape Town Central 
5442, Ext. 3.] 

1912 1853 Bishop : William Mair, 16 Muir Street, Motherwell. 

1911 561 Black : John Alexander, 2 Radcliffe Avenue, Bradford. 

1911 1125 f Black: Percy John, District Surveyor for Lambeth North 

[69 Kennington Oval, S.E.n], Wylde Green, Brunswick 
Road, Sutton, Surrey. 


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1925 3132 ||Black : Robert Ried [20 Bathgate Drive, Strandtown, Bel - 1 

fast], Department of Works and Public Buildings, Ministry 
of Finance, Government of Northern Ireland, 113 Royal 
Avenue, Belfast. [Belfast 3718.] 

1925 2610 ||Blacking : William Henry Randoll, Ladymead, Guildford, 

Surrey. [Guildford 91 1.] 

1925 2281 ||Blackmore : Captain Alfred Charles, m.b.e., p.a.s.i. (Black- 
more, Sykes & Co.) [“ Grasmere,” The Esplanade, Hornsea, 
East Yorks. — Hornsea 51] ; Ruskin Chambers, Scale Lane, 
Hull. [Hull Central 1169.] 

1912 1856 Blackshaw : Warren (Wrathmell & Blackshaw), Queen’s 

Buildings, St. Peter’s Square, Stockport [Stockport 2554] ; 
and “ Glenfield,” Ashton Road, Bredbury, near Stockport. 
[Stockport 2436.] 

1911 1126 Blackwell : John Thomas, Gold Street Chambers, Kettering, 

Northants. [Kettering 127.] 

1911 881 Blanc : Louis, 11 Hampstead Lane, Highgate, N. 

1911 960 Blangy : Louis Alfred, Chudleigh, Surrenden Road, 

Brighton. 

1925 2856 ||Blatherwick : George Harry, Parade Chambers, South 

Parade, Nottingham. [Nottingham 2007.] 

1911 1130 Blomfield : Alfred William, 28 Erskine Hill, Hampstead 

Garden Suburb, N.W. 

1910 176 Bloore : George (Beckett & Bloore), Kingsway, Stoke-on- 

Trent [Stoke 48169], Longton [Longton 3784], and Stone 
[Stone 153]. 

1925 2282 HBlount : Walter Stanley [174 High Street, Acton, W.3. — 

Chiswick 0860], Tregellas, Harefield Road, Uxbridge, 
Middlesex. 

1911 1131 Blyth : Henry Charles William, Victoria Chambers, 

Lowestoft. 

1929 3309 ||Blyth : James Oliver, “ Oak Villa,” Victoria Road, Polegate, 

near Eastbourne. 

1925 3083 |[Bolland : Gerald Joseph, Public Works Department, Wind- 

hoek, South-West Africa. 

1925 2974 HBolton : Albert, Russell Street Chambers, Bingley, Yorks. 

1925 2509 ||Booth : Henry, 88 Leylands Lane, Heaton, Bradford. 

1925 2639 ||Booth : William Hunton, 21 Borneo Street, Walsall. 

1925 2395 HBostock : Ernest William, Morven Avenue, Hucknall, 

Notts. [Hucknall 61.] 

1925 2630 ||Bothams : Alfred Champney (Bothams & Brown), 32 Chipper 

Lane, Salisbury. [Salisbury 8.] 

1925 2510 HBottome : Herbert Frank, “ Woodthorpe,” Rustic Avenue, 

Streatham, S.W.16. 

I 9 11 738 Bougatsos : Christos C., Rue Emir Hussein, Zamalek, Cairo, 

Egypt. 

1925 2283 [|Boulton : Arthur. 40 Langley Way, West Wickham, 
Kent. 

1925 3076 HBourne : Wilfrid Augustin Ranulph, m.c. ; 16 Peel Road, 

Gosport, Hants. 

1911 739 Bowden: Ernest Edward, 7 Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster, 

S.W.i. 

1910 33 i Bowden : Philip, 12 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. 

1925 2396 | Bowell : Thomas Henry, 4 Market Place, Leicester. 
[Leicester 1717.] 



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1925 2722 HBowhill : Frank Jermyn, “ Penjerrick,” Lord Roberts 

Avenue, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. 

1925 2939 ||Bowie : John Simpson, P.O. Box 214, Springs, Transvaal, 

South Africa. 

1925 2659 [|Bowles : Augustus Robert, 149A Sandgate Road, Folkestone. 

[Folkestone 220.] 

1925 2976 ||Bowley : Bluvitt Benjamin, Public Works Department, 

P.O. Box 365, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 
1910 75 Bowley : John, St. Tudno, Mountney Road, Eastbourne. 

1912 1773 Box : Lawrence Ashton, 70 Phayre Street, Rangoon, 

Burma. 

1910 148 Boyd : James Stirling, “ The Bield,” Glenlea Road, Eltham, 

S.E.9. 

1925 3092 ||Boyd : Joseph, 122 Hatton Gardens, Cardonald, Glasgow. 

1929 3302 ||Boyd : Leonard Lincoln, The Laurels, Haigh View, Monu- 

ment Park, Wigan, Lancs. 

1911 X134 Boyd: William Craig, 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow. 

1925 2566 HBradley : Stanley, 8 Acresfield, Bolton. [Bolton i960.] 

1925 2567 [(Bradley : William, 8 Acresfield, Bolton. [Bolton i960.] 

1912 1774 Bradshaw : Arthur George, f.s.i. ; County Surveyor’s Office, 
Newland House, Lincoln. 

Bradshaw : Samuel Wesley, 245 Moston Lane, Manchester. 
Bragg : Henry - , 2 Avenue Road, South Norwood, S.E. 
Brameld : Thomas, Chartered Bank Building, Shameen, 
Canton, China. 

Bray - : Edward Herbert, Chalcots, Parkside, Mill Hill, 
N.W.7. 


1925 2183 1 'iBray : John Sanders, f.s.i. ; 21 Southernhay West, Exeter. 

[Exeter 848.] 

1925 2285 ||Brayshaw : Frederick Raymond, “ The Foxholes,” Calverley, 
near Leeds. 

1925 2397 HBreton : Arthur de Beaucamp, i Yaralla Villas, First Tower, 

Jersey. 

1911 1139 Brewer : Horace George Charles, 62 Hatfield Road, Bedford 

Park, W. 

1911 1140 Bricknell : Thomas Mortimer, “ Delcote,” 140 Mortlake 

Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey. 

1929 3305 [[Bridge : Edward Eric [H.M. Office of Works, Custom House, 

Liverpool], 16 Clinton Road, Queen’s Drive, West Derby, 
Liverpool. 

1911 611 Bridgman : Henry Heyvitt (Simpson & Bridgman), Standard 

Bank Buildings, Oudtshoom, Cape Colony, South Africa. 

1925 2568 IiBridgman : Walter Henry, i Brook Street, Teignmouth, 

South Devon. 

1911 1141 Bridson : Thomas Ridgway - , 33 Henrietta Street, Strand, 

W.C.2. 

1912 1777 Brierley : Reginald Butler, County Architect, County 

Council Offices, High Town, Hereford. 

1910 10 Briggs : George Hamilton, 5 rue de Pre-aux-Clercs, Paris, 

France. 

1925 2569 [[Briggs : Harold Percy , 42A Sedgemere Avenue, East Finchley, 

N.2. 

1911 882 Briggs: John, 36 Tooting Bee Gardens, Streatham, S.W.16. 


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2723 ||Brindle : William Frederick, 14 High Street, Llangefni, 
Anglesey, North Wales. 

2511 ||Broadbent : William, f.s.i. ; 12 East Parade, Leeds. [Leeds 

22078.] 

1740 Broadley : William Alfred de Laistre, “ Alassio,” Edith 
Avenue, Peacehaven, Sussex. 

1778 Brodrick : Cuthbert John (C. J. Brodrick & T. P, Royds), 
Invercargill, New Zealand. [Invercargill 506.] 

2398 ||Brookes : Wilfred Shirley, 163 Heme Hill Road, S.E.24. 
[Brixton 5102.] 

1 143 Brook-Greaves : Francis William, 17 Crescent Road, Sheffield. 
1865 Brooks: Arnold Edwin, 85 Adelaide Street, Brisbane, 

Australia. 

961 Brooks : John Sidney, 40 Hedge Lane, Palmer’s Green, N.13. 
3046 ||Brough : George Darroll, Astor Hotel, 43 Princes Square, 
Bayswater, W. 

1144 Brown : Alfred, 9 George Street West, Luton. [Luton 862.] 
883 Brown : David Morton (Ingram & Brown), National Bank 

Buildings, Kilmarnock. [Kilmarnock 335.] 

2184 ||Brown : Edward Roe, 24 Bernard Street, Uplands, Swansea. 
525 Brown : George Lawton, Spencer Chambers, 4 Market 

Place, Leicester. 

2512 HBrown : George Wilfred, “ Elidor,” The Grove, West 

Wickham, Kent. 

337 Brown : Henry Marcus, 45 Queen Street, Wolverhampton. 

[Wolverhampton 486.] 

2513 "Brown : James. 

1040 Brown : John (Forrester & Brown), 18 Hartington Place, 
Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 52732.] 

1147 Brown: Philip Ernest (Stubbs & Brown, Market Place 
Chambers, 74 High Street, Sheffield. — Sheffield 23809), 69 
Hastings Road, Sheffield. 

1867 Brown : Thomas. 

1868 Browne : William Harold, m.b.e. ( Military ) ; 7 Clive Street, 

Calcutta, India. 

1869 Browning : Harry Le Crqnier, Constant Spring, Lumley, 

Emsworth, Hants. 

2899 HBrundell : Philip Nicoll, Plumtree, Bawtry, Yorks. 

1153 Bryson : Robert Edward, ii Somali Road, N.W.2. 

1154 Buck: William Henry. 

2185 1 1 Buckle : Gilbert James, 41 Speedwell Street, Oxford. 

338 Bulloch : Walter Henry, 39 Ferme Park Road, Stroud 

Green, N. 

76 Bungard : Arthur Willi.am, “ W 7 ynros,” The Orchard, 
Winchmore Hill, N.21. 

1157 Burden : Charles Frederick, Massey, Algoma, Ontario, Canada. 

1158 Burdwood : Stanley Harry, 80 George Street, Portman 

Square, W.i. [Mayfair 0978.] 

3043 HBurgess : Gerald Egbert, Station Approach, Dartford, Kent. 
[Dartford 28.] 

1871 Burgess : Samuel Edwin, Belle Vue Grove, Grove Hill, 
Middlesbrough. 

3073 IIBurke : John Edmund, j.p. 

563 Burke : Martin Joseph, Office of Public Works, Dublin. 

743 Burnet : W. Hodgson, 2 Salisbury Tower, Windsor Castle. 


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1935 3206 HBurnett : Beni Carr Glyn (B. C. G. Burnett, successor to 

Atkinson & Dallas, Ltd.), 12 Bristow Road, Tientsin, China. 
[Shanghai 31386.] 

1911 614 Burnley : Tom, “ The Three Hollies,” Royal Hospital Estate, 

Stutton, near Ipswich, Suffolk. 

1911 962 Burns : James, 3 Birley Street, Blackpool. [Blackpool 1585.] 

1925 2186 ]|Burr : Frederick Malcom, f.s.i. (Malcolm Burr & Sweeney) ; 

30 Finsbury Square, E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 1553.] 

1925 2813 ||Burr : William Abraham, 7 Stanley Road, Hastings, Sussex. 

1911 1042 Burrell : John George, Crossgate Chambers, 70 Crossgate, 

Durham. 

1911 1161 Burton: John Edward, ii Bank Plain, Norwich. 

1911 693 Burton: John Harold, The Starkies, Bury, Lancashire. 

1925 2964 ||Bush : Robert Proctor. Public Works Department, Accra, 
West Africa. 

1925 2900 ]|Butler : Charles McArthur, 8 Glen Road, Boscombe, 

Hants. [Bournemouth 4903.] 

1925 2399 ||Butler : Frederick Arthur Leslie, Broadfields Chambers, 

Tram Terminus, Erdington, Birmingham. [Erdington 102.] 
1925 2286 HButt : Donald Henry, “ Springfield,” Stonehouse, Glos. 

1911 1164 Butterworth : Thomas (J. H. Andrews & Butterworth), 

9 St. James’s Square, Manchester. [Manchester City 3130.] 
192S 2612 HButtrick : Walter Hammond, p.a.s.i. ; Bank Chambers, 

109 High Street, Scunthorpe, Lines. [Scunthorpe 8.] 

191X 1165 Cable: Charles Vincent, Hill Crest, Cuffley, Herts. 

1912 1873 Caldwell : Robert Whitelaw, 653 Shields Road, Pollok- 

shields, Glasgow. 

1910 12 Callcott : Charles W'illiam, 7 Ingram Road, East Finchley, N.2. 
1925 2171 ||Callinan : Patrick, f.s.i. ; 53 Russell Road, West Kensington, 

W.14. [Park 1352.] 

1912 1780 Campbell : Charles Ogilvie, District Bank Chambers, 
1 Frodsham Street, Chester. [Chester 464.] 

1911 1168 Campbell: David Williamson, Breckonhill, Lockerbie, 

Scotland. 

1912 1875 Campbell : John Begg, “ Inverbeg,” High Possil, Lambhill, 

Glasgow. 

1925 2956 HCampbell : William (W. Campbell & Son), 6 Pall Mall, 

Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. [Hanley 248.] 

1912 1742 Candler : Henry Troughton, Divisional Engineer’s Office, 

L.M.S.R., Crewe Station, Crewe. 

1925 3070 ||Cane : Harold, 66 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.i. 

[Victoria 6166.] 

1910 240 Can tell : Mark Taylor, 1523 Momingside Court, Hollywood, 

Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. [Gladstone 2611.] 

1911 744 Cantrell : William Reyner (Eaton, Sons & Cantrell), Lower 

Beestowe, Black Rock, Stalvbridge, Lancs, and Stamford 
Street, Ashton-under-Lyne. [Ashton-under-Lyne 834.] 

1925 2613 ||Capon : George, Windy Brow, Lower Raydon, near Hadleigh, 

Suffolk. 

1911 564 Carfrae : John Alexander, 3 Queen Street, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh 2623 .] 

1925 2287 UCarless : Ernest, 22 Surrey Street, Victoria Embankment. 
W.C.2. [Central 2435.] 

1910 342 Carrick : James, 35A Sandgate, Ayr. 



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Elected. Number. 

1911 1173 Carruthers : James, 209 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

1911 1174 Carswell: Ronald, 125 George Street, Edinburgh. 

1925 2288 IICarter : Charles Frederick (Leonard W. Barnard & Partners), 

33 Southgate Street, Winchester [Winchester 473], and 
14 Promenade, Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 3690.] 

1910 343 Carter : George. 

1925 2571 HCarter: Wilfrid Lawson (Lawson Carter & Coles), 31 

Market Square, Northampton. [Northampton 1574.] 

19H 745 Cash : George, “ The Pmes,” Holmesdale Road, Bexhill-on-Sea. 

1911 1175 Cassels : Thomas McGill (Allan Stevenson & Cassels), 

14 Cathcart Street, Ayr, Scotland [Ayr 260], and “ Auch- 
rossan,” 46 St. Leonards Road, Ayr, Scotland. 

1925 2802 1 1 Castle : John George (R. Castle & Son), Midland Bank 

Chambers, Cleckheaton. [Cleckheaton 384], and Duxbury 
Hall, Liversedge. 

1911 1176 Catling: Frank, 92A Isledon Road, Finsbury Park, N. 

1925 2836 ||Catling : Frank Richard, “ Stoneleigh,” 72 Stamford Brook 

Road, W.6. 

1911 1177 Cator : Arthur Charles Albemarle, P.O. Box 604, Bulawayo, 

South Africa. 

1926 3211 ||Cave : George, City Chambers, High Street, Coventry. 

1910 182 Cawte : Hugh James, 4 Avereng Gardens, Folkestone. 

1925 2843 ||Cawthorn : Frank Thomas, 170 North Street, Brighton. 

[Brighton P.O. 454.] 

1925 2661 ||Chadwick : Arthur Smethurst, 3 Stratford Avenue, Rochdale. 

1925 2996 UChallinor : Arthur, Ocean Chambers, 44 Waterloo Street, 

Birmingham. 

1925 2914 UChanner : Alfred George, 47 Thomas Street, Woolwich, S.E.18. 

1912 1879 Chapman : Frank William (Chapman & Jenkinson), Imperial 

Chambers, 18 Norfolk Row, Sheffield. [Sheffield 2994.] 

1911 670 Chapman : George A., 53 Haverstock Road, Knowle, Bristol. 

1925 2467 ||Chart: Christopher, f.s.i. (Chart, Son & Reading); Union 

Bank Chambers, Katharine Street, Croydon. [Croydon 1 480.] 
1925 2572 IIChart : Robert Masters, j.p., f.s.i. (Chart, Son & Reading), 

Lower Green, Mitcham, Surrey. [Mitcham 1334.] 

1910 183 Cheetham : Harry, 6 Yates Grove, Beech Hill, Wigan. 

1911 747 Chennells : Ernest William, 10 Culver Road, Southsea. 

1925 2289 ||Chidgey : Hugh Thomas Arthur, m.b.e., f.s.i. ; Cecil 

Chambers, 76 Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 3364.] 

1925 3044 ||Chignell : James George, 55 Leigham Court Road, Streatham, 

S.W.16. [Streatham 5807.] 

1911 748 Chinoy : Phirozshaw Ardeshir, 375 Hornby Road, Fort, 

Bombay, India. 

1925 2704 ||Chipling : Sydney Lawson, Poringland, Norwich. 

1911 966 Chippindale : Benjamin (Chippindale & Edmondson), [10 

Victoria Road, Harrogate], ia Hustlergate, Bradford. [Brad- 
ford 3298.] 

1912 1880 Christian : Charles Wesley, 126 Westcotes Drive, Leicester. 

1911 n8t Chubb : Tames Arthur, “ Coombefield.” Axminster. Devon. 
1925 3106 HClark : Arthur Lanyon, Manufacturers’ House, 26 O’Connell 

Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1910 14 Clark : Charles Richmond Rowland, 20 The Market Place, 

Newbury. [Newbury 184.] 

i9»o 345 Clark : Herbert Henry, “ Earlscroft,” Cecil Park, Pinner, 
Middlesex, 


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1925 

1925 

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1925 

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I925 

1925 

igil 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

I9II 

I9II 

1910 

igil 

I9II 

1926 

1911 
1929 

I9U 

191 I 

1912 
1910 


Serial 

Number. 

1183 Clark: Joseph John, 5 Cavendish Road, Croydon, Surrey. 
1881 Clark : William, Burgh Surveyor, Municipal Buildings, 
Scott Street, Newport, Fife, Scotland. [Newport (Fife) 14.] 

440 Clarke : Charles Ernest, 57-58 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. 

2190 ['Clarke : Godfrey L. (Empsall, Clarkson & Clarke) [11 Castle 

Road, Keighley, Yorks. — Keighley 3055], Permanent Cham- 
bers, Piece Hall Yard, Bradford. [Bradford 1640.] 

2614 |[Clarke : Percivale John (John Clarke & Son) [71 Scarisbrick 
New Road, Southport], 3 Rumford Place, Liverpool [Liverpool 
Bank 1252], and 3A King Street, Stretford, Manchester. 
[Manchester Trafford Park 822.] 

885 Clarkson : Edward Stanley, 17 Buckingham Street, Adelphi, 
W.C.2. [Gerrard 672.] 

618 Claxton : James Whiteford, Londonderry Offices, Seaham 
Harbour. 

2764 ||Clayton : Arthur, Duchy Chambers, Clarence Street, 
Manchester. [Manchester Central 7487.] 

965 Clayton : John, 92 Franklin Street, Blackburn. 

2191 1 1 Clayton : Joshua, p.a.s.i. ; High Row Chambers, Darlington. 

[Darlington 2345.] 

2662 ||Cleland : Morton Octavius (Cleland & Hayward), 5 Exchange 
Street, Wolverhampton. [Wolverhampton 448.] 

410 Clemeshaw : F. Chapman, Ocean Beach, San Diego, California, 
U.S.A. 

2192 [[Clough : Herbert Healey, Newgate Chambers, Rochdale. 

[Rochdale 380.] 

2631 |[Clucas : Robert Hampton, Borough Engineer, Town Hall, 
Hammersmith, W.6. 

2857 |[Clutterbuck : John Samuel, 21 Beechcroft Road, Upper 
Tooting, S.W.17. 

2193 [[Coad : Percy Arthur, “ The Homestead,” Nightingale Lane, 

Bromley, Kent. [Bromley 512.] 

441 Coates : George Lister (Hunt & Coates) [“ Saville Dene,” 

Westley Road, Bury St. Edmunds], 51A Abbeygate Street, 
Bury St. Edmunds [Bury St. Edmunds 303], and 28 Ipswich 
Street, Stowmarket. 

1185 Cobb: Thomas Keightley, 70 Demgate, Northampton. 

272 Cobbett : Guy Bernard, “ Heatherland,” Heatherside, 
Camberley, Surrey. 

1187 Cock : Alfred Myddleton, 81 Hallam Street, Por tlan d Place, 

W.i. [Langham 2968.] 

751 Cockerell : Albert Edgar, 31 Brook Green, Hammersmith, W. 
32!2 [Cockrill : Donald George, Municipal Buildings, Boston, 

Lines. 

967 Cockrill : Thomas, Market Chambers, Biggleswade, Beds. 
3313 [Codrington : Cecil Richard Keal (T. W. Codrington & Son), 
488-490 Kingsland Road, Dalston, E.8. [Clissold 0629.] 

1188 Codrington : Joseph \\ illiam Keal (J. W. Codrington & Son), 

4S8-490 Kingsland Road, Dalston, E.8. [Clissold 0629 and 
Palmers Green 0791.] 

752 Coe . Joseph Arthur, ^ he Limes,” 3 Humphrev Street, 

Crumpsall, [Manchester. 

1883 Coldman : Harry Arthur, 9 Nortbanger Road, Streatham, 
S.W.16. 

347 Coldwell: Edward William, 83 Pall Mall, S.W.[Gerrard454o. ] 




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Elected. Number. # 

1925 25x6 jjCoLE : Alfred Rubens [6 Heyworth Road, Clapton, E.5], 

24 Dean Street, Oxford Street, W.i. [Gerrard 4128.] 

1 9 1 1 '] 968 Cole: Andrew George, 150 Fenchurch Street, E.C. 3. [Avenue 
to ( 8175.] 

1916 ( 

1924J 

1911 969 Cole: Frederick George, 114 All Souls Avenue, Willesden, 

N.W. 

1925 3093 |[Coles : Albert Phipps, Exchange Comer, 63 Pitt Street, 

Sydney, Australia. 

1912 1884 Coleridge : Ernest William George, Stock Exchange 

Buildings, 172 Featherston Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 
1912 1783 Collett : Ernest Austin, “ Houblon,” Ninfield, Battle, Sussex. 

1925 2833 HCollier : Ernest Vale, 4 Quay Street, Carmarthen, S. Wales. 

1925 2292 [Collier : Frank (Thorpe & Collier), Barton House, 66 Deans- 

gate, Manchester. [.Manchester Central 5428.] 

1925 2400 ]]Collier : Leonard Henry, “ The Round Bam,” Shiphay, 

Torquay. 

1911 1043 Collings : Harry, 32 Forest Road, Coalville, near Leicester. 

1910 348 Collins : Ernest William, “ Sorrel,” 45 West Side, Wands- 

worth Common, S.W.18. 

1912 1829 Collins : George, 15 Clegg Street, Oldham. 

1925 2517 HCoLLis : Herbert, 526 Oxford Street, W.i. [Mayfair 1458.] 

1910 17 Colville : Hubert Leonard, 4 Queen Street Place, E.C.4. 

1925 2401 HColvin: John Macdonald, 9 NewSquare, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. 

1925 2402 [Compton : Charles Edward, 49 Llanthewy Road, Newport, Mon. 

1925 3134 IjCoNGDON : Arthur Wheeler, 142 Knights Hill, West Nor- 

wood, S.E.27. 

1926 3240 [Conlan : John Nicholas Patrick, 19 Alderbury Road, S.W.13. 

1911 1190 Constable : William (Lyle & Constable), 3 Hill Street, 

Edinburgh. [Edinburgh 22512.] 

1910 1 14 Constandukos : Stephanos, ioo Lyndhurst Road, Peckham, 

S.E.15. 

1911 886 Conway: Edward John, f.s.i. ; “Craig,” 87 Talbot Road, 

Bournemouth. 

1925 2953 | j Cook : Alderman Tom, Oakgate, Old Clough Lane, Worsley, 

Lancs. 

1925 2194 HCook : Walter (Cook & Edwards), 38 Dunraven Place, 

Bridgend, Glam. [Bridgend 66.] 

1925 2469 |j C ooke : Frederick George, a.m.inst.c.e. ; 2 Hyde Gardens, 

Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 1394.] 

1925 2195 [Cooke : Frederick James, Prudential Chambers, Banbury. 

[Banbury 95.] 

1911 1191 Cooke : Percy Rogers, P.O. Box 1588, Johannesburg, South 

Africa. 

1911 1703 Cooper: Bertie [13 Park View Road, Ealing, W.5], Borough 

Engineer and Surveyor’s Office, Town Hall, Paddington, W.2. 
1925 2293 [Cooper : Christopher Ronald, 20 Market Street, Bury, Lancs. 

[Bury 448.] 

1911 1 1x92 Cooper : George, 39 High Park Crescent, Heaton, Bradford. 

to ( 

1919 f 
1929 1 

1911 887 Cooper: Herbert Francis .Thomas, “The Two Gables," 

Box Ridge Avenue, Purley, Surrey. 




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1925 2196 [| Cooper : Launcelot Arkwright,* 19 Albany Road, West 

Ealing, W.13. 

1911 412 Cooper: Walter Christie, 43 The Walk, Tredegarville, 

Cardiff. 

1910 149 Copestick : George Christopher, County Council Offices, 

St. Mary’s Gate, Derby. [Derby 356.] 

1911 75 5 Copp : Walter Frederick, 4 Park Avenue, Nomaanton, Yorks. 

1912 1881 Corblet : Cyrille Joseph, 36 Arragon Gardens, Streatham, 

S.W. 

1910 77 Cordery : Harold, Liberal Club Buildings, 30 Watergate 

Street, Chester. 

1911 1195 Cormack : James Noble, District Engineer, Public Works 

Department, Port Elizabeth, Transvaal, South Africa. 

1926 3257 HCornelius : Cecil Fryer, 8 Broxholme Road, S.E.27. 

1925 2997 HCornell : Roland Arthur, “ Haifa,” Dymoke Road, Romford, 

Essex. 

1925 3104 IICornford : Frederick James, Town Hall Buildings, Westgate- 

on-Sea, Kent. [Westgate 10.] 

1925 2403 HCoughlan : Patrick, f.s.i. ; Clonmel Street, Mitchelstown, 

Co. Cork. 

1910 184 Coulson : John Thomas, 9 Woodside Road, Sutton. 

1911 1197 Courtauld : John Sewell, 9 Grosvenor Square, W.i. 

1911 1198 Cousins: Charles H., Sunnybank, Pen-yr-heol, Sketty, 
Swansea. 

1925 2705 HCover : Henry Tribe, “ Cicestria,” 20 Park Avenue, Finchley, 

N.3. [Finchley 0547.] 

1911 1199 Cowell: Herbert Lee (Cowell, Drewitt & Wheatly), Central 

Chambers, Newquay [Newquay 93]. 

1912 1889 Cowin: Norris Tynwald, o.b.e. ; 51-52 Standard Bank 

Chambers, Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
1911 756 Cowman : Alfred, 26 St. Olave’s Road, York. 

1925 3189 HCowmeadow : Raymond Cecil, “ Rossendale,” 16 Kelvin 
Grove, Newton Park, Chester. 

1925 2977 | Co wt an- Hatton : Leonard, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony, 

West Africa. 

1925 2932 IlCox : Arthur Stanley, f.s.i. ; 16 Queen Victoria Street, 
Reading. 

1910 19 Cox : Bernard Joseph Farrar, “ Holmbury,” Middleton Road, 

Shenfield, Brentwood, Essex. 

1925 3153 l!Cox : Frank James, “ Penarrow,” Friem Lane, N.20. 

1925 2470 HCoxon : James Edgar, Elmbank Lodge, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

1911 1704 Coyle: Alfred Herbert, 10 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. ’ 

1925 3081 HCoyle : Frank Aloysius, 29 Newmarket Street, Consett, Co. 

Durham [Consett 3], and 11 Saville Row, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. [Newcastle Central 8095.] 

1910 185 Coyne: Harold Gerald, The Cottage, Hainault Road, 

Chigwell, Essex. 

1925 2998 HCrabb : Alfred Leonard, Bank Chambers, Lammas Street 

Carmarthen. ’ 

1925 2837 HCrabtree: Jervis, 7 Birley Street, Blackpool. [Blackpool 70.] 

1910 186 Cragg: John Archibald, 9 King’s Avenue, Greenford, 

Middlesex. 

1910 187 Craig : George Alexander, 3 Sackville Gardens, Ilford, Essex. 

1925 2294 HCrampton : Joshua, c/o Messrs. Satchwell & Roberts 

7 Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 




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1910 

1925 

1912 

1925 

1910 

1911 

1925 

1912 
1925 

I9II 


1910 

1911 

1912 

1911 

1925 

1926 

1912 

I9II 

1925 

1925 

I9II 

1925 

I9II 

1925 

1911 

1925 

1912 


Serial 

Number. 

274 Crane: George Percy, 16 Church Road, Wimbledon, 
S.W.19. 

2197 HCrawford : Douglas, Market Chambers, Newgate Street, 

Bishop Auckland. [Bishop Auckland 44.] 

1892 Crawford : James William, Redlands Rise, Alexander Road, 

Reading. 

3059 ||Craze : Romilly Bernard, 15 Spencer Road, Putney, 
S.W.15. 

20 Creighton : Henry Richard, 60 Princes Avenue, Church 
End, Finchley, N.3. 

1203 Cremer : Frank, 10 Pine Grove, Maidstone, Kent. 

2295 ||Crickmay : Ernest William, 13 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, 

W.C.i. [Gerrard 6021.] 

1744 Crimp : Arthur Gerald, 7 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. 

2296 ||Crocker : Sydnfy Rhys, Chappell’s Chambers, 37 Castle 

Street, Swansea. [Swansea Docks 2706.] 

1205 Croft : Christopher (Law, Harris & Croft), 9 Gold Street, 

Northampton. [T.A. Law & Harris, Northampton. — North- 
ampton 445.] 

189 Crofts : William Hastings, 16 Ash Grove, Newland, Hull. 

1206 Cromb : John Burns, Wellington Harbour Board, Chief 

Engineer’s Office, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1893 Crombie : Wilfrid Fitzalan, 122 Irish Street, Dumfries. 
1044 Crone : John George, 38 Green Park, Bath. 

2788 ||Cropper : John William, 26 Nicolas Road, Chorlton-cum- 
Hardy, Manchester. 

3236 ||Crosby : James Percy, 16 Avenue de Maintenon, Versailles 
(Le Chesnav), France. 

1894 Cross : Arthur G., 12-14 South British Buildings, 343 Smith 

Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 

1207 Crossland : James, 4 Chester Place, Lancaster. 

2404 HCrump : Thomas Graham, p.a.s.i. ; Oaks Farm, Shirley, near 
Croydon. [Croydon 1883.] 

2573 1 ! Cullen : Thomas Joseph, 25 Suffolk Street, Dublin. [Dublin 
54 - 6 3 -] 

757 Cummings : Vivian John, 44 Ducks Hill, Northwood, Middlesex. 
2690 IICunes : Albert, 86 Park Road, Heavitree, Exeter. [Exeter 
667.] 

1211 Cunningham: Samuel Baikie, c/o Public Works Department, 

Union Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. 

2751 IICurram : Edgar Septimus, 137 Rosendale Road, Dulwich, 
S.E.21. 

1212 Currey : Harold Wynne, f.s.i. ; 51 a Catherine Street, 

Buckingham Gate, S.W.i. [Victoria 1039.] 

2198 |[Currie : Robert Thom, 54 Blythswood Road, Goodmayes, 

Essex. 

1895 Cutler : Adolphus Frederick, “ Salthaven,” South Woodham, 

near Chelmsford, Essex. 


1912 

1925 

1927 


1896 Dakers : William Sydie, iio Jermyn Street, S.W.i. 

2870 ||Dakin : Ernest Alfred, “ Gnunmont,” 109 Ashby Road, 
Loughborough. 

3274 Dalby : Harold Scott, 27 Todand Grove, Newton Park, 
Chester. 

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Elected. Number. 

1911 1214 Dale : Hugh, 6 Warwick Row, Coventry. 

1910 277 Dallas : James, 94 Hampton Road, Bircbfield, Birmingham. 

1925 2298 ||Dalton : Harold, Chief Architectural Assistant, Town Hall, 

Woolwich, S.E.18. 

1925 2820 ||Dan : Horace, “ Briarcombe,” 4 Carbery Avenue, Bourne- 

mouth. 

1925 2199 ||Dance : Thomas Henry William, “ Wittnam,” Henley 

Avenue, Iffiey, Oxford. 

192s 2518 || Dance y : Harry Alfred, i Barton Street, Gloucester. 

1910 190 Dane : Henry Ernest, 19 Whitfield Avenue, Dover. 

1912 1897 Daniel: Francis John, 239 Norbury Avenue, Thornton Heath, 

Surrey. 

1911 1215 Dannatt : Arthur Richard, Great Waltham, Chelmsford. 

1925 2299 IIDanvers : Frederick Dudley (Alder & Turrill), Effingham 

House, Arundel Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Gerrard 7307.] 

1927 3280 ||Dark : William Henry, 54 Hornsey Rise, N.19. 

1911 443 Darke : Fitzroy Hyde. 

1911 1217 Davidson: Alexander (James Davidson & Son) [“Alton,” 

Blairhill, Coatbridge], Savings Bank Buildings, Coatbridge, 
Lanarkshire. [Coatbridge 67.] 

1911 1218 Davidson : George, ii St. James Road, Gravesend. 

1925 2200 [IDavidson : James Sylvar Butchart, “ Montlettie,” Oakington 
Avenue, Wembley Park, Middlesex. 

1911 1219 Davidson : John, 14 St. Alban’s Road, Woodford Green, 

Essex. 

1925 2405 HDavies : Benjamin Price, f.s.i. ; City Engineer and Surveyor, 

Town Hall, Bangor, N. Wales. [Bangor 26.] 

1925 3178 ||Davies : Charles Gilbert, Messrs. Davies & Brooke, 4 Avenue 

Edward VII, Shanghai, China. 

1925 2828 ||Davjes : David Morgan, Hazeldene, Neath, South Wales. 

1911 937 Davies: Earl B., 26 The Embankment, Bedford. 

1911 1705 Davies : George Henry, 12 Cross Street, Abergavenny, 

Mon. 

1925 2300 ||Davies : Herbert John, “ Highclere,” Crewe Road, Nantwich, 

Cheshire. 

1910 22 Davies : Ivor Samuel, 4 Princes Road, Bangor, N. Wales. 

1925 2406 HDavies : John Evan, “ Sker,” Wynn Avenue, Old Colwyn, 

North Wales. 

1925 22oi HDavies : Norman James, 16 Norman Avenue, Eccleshill, 

Bradford. 

1910 23 Davis : George Walesby. 

1911 1220 Davis : John, 22 Guildhall Street, Lincoln. 

1911 938 Davis : W. J., 8 Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

1929 3307 [i Davison : John Edward, 28 Shelford Road, Trumpington, 
Cambridge. 

1925 2202 HDavison : Vincent, Coombe Road, New Malden, Surrey. 

1912 1899 Dawson : Charles Ford, 14 Henleaze Road, Westbury-on- 

Trym, Bristol. 

19H 759 Dawson : Harold, 4508 Thirteenth Avenue West, Vancouver, 

British Columbia, Canada. 

1911 1221 Dawson: Henry Holmes, Wykeham House, Barking, Essex. 

1911 760 Dawson : Walter Cecil (Henry Dawson & Son), 122 Cannon 

Street, E.C. [Central 8274.] 

1925 2203 1 1 Day : Harold Stanley. 

1911 621 Day : Sidney Reyner, 46 Milton Road, Hanwell, W.7. 


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Elected. Number. 

1910 444 Deacon : Wilfrid Thor (C. E. Deacon & Son), 12 St. George’s 

Crescent, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 4624.] 

1925 2471 ||Deakin : Alfred Barnes, j.p. (Deakin & Richardson); Hilton's 

Chambers, Mardol Head, Shrewsbury. [Shrewsbury 3272.] 

1911 1223 Dean: Benjamin Sagar, r Esmond Road, Cheetham Hill, 

Manchester. 

1925 3047 ||Dean : John Harold, 39 Layton Avenue, Mansfield, Notts. 

1912 1901 Deckman : Harry Arthur Cornelius, The Lych Gate, Kings- 

wood Chase, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. 

1925 2999 ||Deffee : Charles Frederick, 51 Upper Mount Street, 

Dublin. 

1925 3084 IIDelany : Joseph F., m.inst.c.e.i. ; 97 Stephen’s Green South, 

Dublin. 

1910 278 Dempster : Stanley Matcham, i Colville Houses, Bayswater, 

W.2. 

1910 78 Denington : Joseph William, 12 Lismore Road, South 

Croydon, Surrey. 

1925 3156 1 1 Denman : Samuel (Denman & Son), 27 Queen’s Road, Brighton. 

[Brighton 2823.] 

1925 2576 ||Dennis : Edgar Dugdale, 27 Clifton Street, Blackpool. 

1925 2520 ||Dent : William. 

1925 2765 ||Denton : Herbert, “ Branksome,” South- Hiendley, near 

Barnsley. 

1910 353 Denvil : Henry Horace Gaskell, 27 Clement’s Lane, 

E.C- 4 - 

1925 2204 UDerry : Charles, “ Pendarren,” Waterer Rise, Wallington, 

Surrey. [Wallington 2484.] 

1911 1706 Dew : William Allan, “ Beechwood,” 18 Parsonage Street, 

Hyde, Cheshire. 

1911 1224 Dewar: Alexander Cumming, Mitchell Street, Leven, Fife. 

1911 1226 De Wilde: George Sylvan, 38 St. George’s Square, West- 

minster, S.W.r. 

1925 2408 || Dexter : Benjamin Charles, “ Camino,” Grange Gardens, 

Pinner, Middlesex. 

1910 115 Dexter : Sothern, 19 Watergate, Grantham. 

1911 1707 Diack : Alexander Ellis, 475 Great Western Road, 

Aberdeen. 

1910 279 Diamant : A. St. John, i Sharieh Eloui, Kasr-el-nil, Cairo, 

Egypt. [Cairo Boustan 17-47.] 

1925 3157 UDickinson : Arthur Howard, 7 Priory Street, Dudley. 
[Dudley 2310.] 

1925 2916 UDickinson : Ivan Robert Milburn, Hamilton Road, Felix- 

stowe. [Felixstowe 159.] 

1925 2409 HDiggle : William Wrigley, Long Barrow, Lympne Hill, 

Hythe, Kent. [Hythe 401.] 

1923 2521 HDilley : Wilfrid Joseph, B.sc.Edin., assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; “ The 

Close,” Mersham, Ashford, Kent. 

1925 2724 IIDingwall : William, 3 Sid Lane, Sal combe Regis, Sidmouth, 
Devon. [Sidmouth 102.] 

1925 2632 HDitchburn : David, m.c. (Stockwell & Ditchbum) ; 11 Pilgrim 
Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 4891.] 

1911 446 Dixon : Frederick Charles, 213 Elmhurst Mansions, Clapham, 

S.W, 

191 1 1046 Dixon : Herbert Selwyn, 56 Camden Street, North Shields. 

1925 2472 UDobb : Henry William, 99 Church Street, N.9. 



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Elected. Number. 

1911 569 Dobson: Thomas Henry, c/o Messrs. C. W. Bevis & Son, 

Elm Grove Chambers, Southsea. 

1911 570 Dodd : John Frederick, 2 Waverley Street, Long Eaton. 

[Long Eaton 152.] 

1911') 1229 Dodgshun : Leslie Sydney, Langton House, Boston Spa, 
to ( Lines. 

1912 ( 

1925 J 

1911 1230 Dodson: Sam, 15 Queen Street, Peterborough. [Peterborough 

416.] 

1911 799 Dolman : Edward Joseph (Stratton Davis, Yates & Dolman), 

12 Queen Street, Gloucester. [Gloucester 2409.] 

1925 2205 ||Donaldson : Frank Oliver, City Architect’s Department, 

Guildhall, Hull. 

1925 2301 UDongworth : William Henry, “ Slinfold,” Shepherds Way, 

Rickmansworth, Herts. 

1925 2206 UDonnelly : Robert (Donnelly, Moore & Keatinge), 14 Lower 

Sackville Street, Dublin. [Dublin 4410-4411.] 

1927 3271 |[Douglas : Major James Wightman, d.s.o., f.s.i. ; Spring 

Gardens, Alnwick, Northumberland. [Alnwick 78.] 

1910 243 Dowie : Leslie, 16 Mount Ephraim Lane, Streatham, S.W.16. 
1911) 763 Dowton : William Leonard (Dowton & Co.), 166 Rye Lane, 

to ( Peckham, S.E. [New Cross 0411]; and at 44 Bedford Row, 

1921 1 W.C.i. 

1925) 

1925 3064 ||Doyle : Lawrence, “ Chadlea,” Newminster Road, Fenham, 

Newcastle-upon-T yne . 

19x1 1233 Draper: William Basil Yeatman, Government Architect, 

Johore, Malay Peninsula. 

1911 764 Drewitt : Frederick George (Cowell, Drewitt & Wheatly), 

Lloyds Bank Chambers, Penzance, Cornwall. [Penzance 
1 81 .] 

1925 2752 ||Drover : William Henry, f.s.i. ; “ Inglenook,” 36 Thombury 

Avenue, Southampton. [Southampton 3658.] 

1911 765 Drower : John Buckland, Afcot, Horsell, Woking, Surrey. 

1928 3289 ||Dudding : John Walter Mackenzie, F.s.A.Scot. ; 38 Enmore 

Gardens, East Sheen, S.W.14. [Prospect 4351.] 

1912 2128 Dudley : Francis Guilford Waddell [Two Oaks, Potters Bar, 

Middlesex], 92 Victoria Street, S.W.i. [Victoria 9589.] 

1925 2207 ||Du Feu: Percy Martin, Belgrave Chambers, Ventnor, Isle of 

Wight. 

1910 26 Duff : John, British Linen Bank House, Perth. 

1926 3246 [IDuggan : Arthur Charles, 149 Studland Road, Hanwell, W.7. 

1911 889 Duke : Albert Frederick, 32 Napoleon Road, East Twicken- 

ham, Middlesex. 

1911 766 Dukes : William Battley (Messrs. Henry Tanner, 3 Hanover 

Square, W.t. Mayfair 0861), 27 Lithos Road, Hampstead, 
N.W.3. 

1925 2473 HDunand : Claude, 55 Morley Road, Twickenham, Middlesex. 
1911 1236 Duncan : Allan Ferguson (Duncan & Copland), 160 Hope 

Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 1422.] 

1911 1237 Duncan . William Liddle, President of the Aberdeen Society 

of Architects, Hallhill, Turriff. 

1911 1238 Duncanson: Edward Ford, d.s.c., m.a. ; Midland Bank 

Chambers, Bromley, Kent, 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 2844 [|Dunch : Charles (Charles Dunch & Son), St. Clement’s House, 

Clement’s Lane, E.C.4. [Avenue 5669.] 

1911 1239 Dunham: William John, Victoria Chambers, Bank Plain, 

Norwich. 

1925 2839 ||Durnford : Alfred Henry (Bethell, Swannell & Dumford), 

Adam House, i6a John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. [Regent 
3183.] 

1910 354 Dwyer : Bernard Patrick, “ Rosemarie,” St. Lawrence 

Avenue, Worthing, Sussex. 

1925 2410 ||Dyer : Henry John Griffin, fs.i. ; 44 Victoria Road North, 
Southsea. 

1925 2411 ||Dyson : Harold Vint, 4 Priestnall Road, Heaton Mersey, 

Manchester. [Manchester Central 6265.] 


1925 2840 ||Eaglesfield : Charles W., 3 Gordon Street, Workington, 
Cumberland. [Workington 149.] 

*925 2302 ||Earee : Frederick Percy, 36 Market Hill, Sudbury, Suffolk. 
[Sudbury 70.] 

1911 975 Earl: Henry Terry (Room 500A), County Hall, Westminster 

Bridge, S.E.i. 

1925 2615 ||Eastwood : James Ewart, 30 Carlton Road, Bournemouth. 

1911 708 Eaton: Sydney Edmund, “ Hawkshaw,” Darwen, Lancs. 

1925 2475 ||Ecclestone : Arthur William, Endor, Balmoral Avenue, 

Great Yarmouth. 

19x1 977 Eddison : Henry, 92 Daubney Street, New Cleethorpes. 

1911 448 Edmondson: Richard Jowett (Chippindale & Edmondson), 

[Layton Road, Rawdon, near Leeds], ia Hustlergate, Brad- 
ford. [Bradford 3298.] 

1925 2209 ||Edwahds : Arthur Gore (Cook & Edwards), 38 Dunraven 

Place, Bridgend, Glam. [Bridgend 66.] 

1911 769 Edwards: Charles Henry, “ Belcourt,” Bellville, Cape, 

South Africa. 

1910 195 Edwards: George, The Walnuts, Barrow-on-Trent, near Derby. 

I 9 2 S 3135 hEdwards : Major George, “ South View,” 42 Rochester Road, 
Coventry. 

1925 2975 jjEDWARDS : Harold William, 15 Orchard Avenue, New 

Malden, Surrey. 

1910 282 Edwards : William Frederick, Colmore Chambers, 1 Newhall 

Street, Birmingham. 

1925 2522 ||Egerton : William, fs.i. ; 12 Queen’s Road, Erith, Kent. 

[Erith 49.] 

1928 3295 ||Elford : Percy William Tapson, 12 St. George’s Terrace, 

Stoke, Devonport. 

1925 2577 ||Elkins : Charles Henry, p.a.s.i. (Assistant County Architect, 

Warwickshire) ; 27 Binswood Avenue, Leamington Spa. 

[Leamington 702.] 

1912 1745 Elliot : Norman, 24 Ladbroke Gardens, Notting Hill Gate, 

W.xi. 

1925 3000 ||Elliott : Edward William Savery, 65 Cowper Road, Hanwell, 

W.7. 

1925 3001 ||Elliott : Richard Derrick (Dudley Newman & Elliott), 29 

Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 5464.] 

1925 3136 IIEllis : Anthony, The Temple, Dale Street, Liverpool. 
[Liverpool Central 1276]. 


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1925 

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1925 

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1925 

I9II 

19II 

1925 

I9II 

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1925 
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1925 

1911 

1925 

1912 
1925 
1925 

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I9II 

1910 

19H 

I9II 

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Number. 

3225 |[Ellis : Charles Frederick, May Bank, Aberdovey, Merioneth. 
3281 ||Eixis : Leslie James, 7 Marlborough Road, St. Albans, Herts. 
1246 Ellison : Captain Francis Beaumont, 12 St. Owen Street, 
Hereford. 

623 Ellwood : James, Carisbrooke, Tregonwell Road, Bournemouth. 
3212 ||Elphick : Stanley Brame, Wayside, Coppermill Road, Horton, 
Slough, Bucks. 

2210 ||Eltringham : Thomas Rutter, H.M. Office of Works, 63 

Westgate Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

2476 ||Empsall : Stanley, Section Office, Works and Buildings 
Department, 216 (Bombing) Squadron, R.A.F., Heleopolis, 
Cairo, Egypt. 

3253 ||England : Arnold, 24 Bromley Road, St. Annes-on-the-Sea. 

2211 ||English : John William, 62 Church Street, West Hartlepool. 

[West Hartlepool 5.] 

1251 Etherington-Smith : Harry Launcelot, o.b.e. ; Green Lane 
House, Burnham, Bucks. 

2917 ||Evans : Lieut. Charles Thomas Morris, r.e. ; Royal Engineer 
Office, Head Quarter Office, North China Command. (Via Suez.) 
528 Evans : Frank Culling, i Lexham Gardens, S. Kensington, S.W. 

1253 Evans : George Vincent, Court Chambers, The Arcade, 

Pontypridd. 

3088 ||Evans : Captain John, m.c. (J. & B. E. Evans) ; 42 Stepney 
Street, Llanelly. [Llanelly 198.] 

1254 Evans : John Morlais, 50 Richards Terrace, Roath, Cardiff. 
3272 ||Evans : John Seys (C. W. Mercer & Seys Evans), Oxford 

Buildings, Oxford Street, Swansea. [Swansea 5174.] 

2578 ||Evans : Leslie Maurice, 18 Osborne Road, Erdington, 
Birmingham. 

1255 Evans : Norman, ii and 12 Clarence House, 41 High Street, 

Southend-on-Sea. 

2212 ||Evans : Reginald George Llewellyn, 24 Clavering Avenue, 

Bames, S.W. 13. [Riverside 1693.] 

449 Evans : Samuel, Divisional Roads Engineer, Ministry of 
Transport, 6 Museum Place (Off Park Place), Cardiff. 

2941 ||Evans : Samuel Harrington, 17 Buckingham Street, Adelphi, 
W.C.2. [Gerrard 0672.] 

1909 Evans : William (Harrington & Evans), Western Chambers, 
South Street, Romford, Essex. [Romford no.] 

2845 |!Eve : William Harold, f.s.i. ; 10 Union Court, Old Broad 
Street, E.C.2. 

2304 ||Evill : Alfred Edward, Femichirst, Clive Avenue, Church 
Stretton, Shropshire. 

978 Ewan : Charles, 39 Hope Street, Glasgow. 

979 Ewan : Robert, 39 Hope Street, Glasgow. 

1 16 Ewing: Charles Turnbull, Comrie Road, Crieff. 

982 Exley-Fisher : Thomas, f.s.i. ; Glen Royd, Dymond Road, 
Heckmondwi ke . 


980 Fagg : Arthur Hadley, cio Messrs. E. Keynes Purchase & 
Roland Welch, 3 and 5 Maddox Street, W.i. 

77 1 Fagg: William George (William Black & Fagg), 85 St. 
George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. [Cape Town 
Central 693.] 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 3002 [|Fairbairn : John Rowland, Sandy Lodge, 287 Princes Avenue, 

Gunnersbury Park Gardens, W.3. 

1925 3148 UFairbairn : Leslie Charles, 16 Radcliffe Road, Earlsdon, 

Coventry. 

1910 196 Fairbrother : Tom Wilson, “ Woodville,” Poulton-le-Fylde, 

near Preston. 

1912 1910 Falconer : Lake, jun., Architect, Albany Street, Oban, 

Scotland. 

1925 2706 || Farley : George Henry, f.s.i. ; 22 Park Row, Nottingham. 
[Nottingham 3071.] 

1910 283 Farmer : Harold Quentery (Plunge Brook House, Rainow, 

near Macclesfield], 102 Brock Street, Cumberland Street, 
Macclesfield. [Macclesfield 2989.] 

1925 2305 ||Farmer : Willie George (Grace & Farmer), 3-4 Wardrobe 

Place, E.C.4. [Central 0090.] 

1925 2213 UFarrington : Frederick George, “ Rosscaim,” Dale Avenue, 
Heswall, Cheshire. 

'925 3190 ||Farrugia : John Bartley, 46 Thomas Street, Woolwich, 

S.E.18. [Woolwich 0410.] 

1911 1259 Fatkin: James Newton, 77 Westgate Road, Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne. 

1911 773 Fawckner : A. Percy (Habershon & Fawckner), 41 High Street, 

Newport, Mon. [Newport 2542.] 

1911 1050 Featherstone : Henry Whitehead, c/o Geodetic Survey of 

Canada, Department of Interior, Ottawa, Canada. 

*925 3203 ||Fenn : William, 20 Portman Street, Portman Square, W.i. 

[Mayfair 5902.] 

1912 1915 Ferry : Ernest Frank, 134 Capel Road, Forest Gate, E.7. 

1925 2413 HFewster : Arthur Edward, 58 Ridge Road, Stroud Green, 

N.8. 

*925 2579 ||Field : Fred, Mere Heath, Davenham, near Northwich, 

Cheshire. 

1912 1916 Field : Leonard Martin, 40 High Street, Gosport, Hants. 
J 927 3284 HFielding : Captain Walter Harrison, m.b.e. ; Lane End, 
Great Brickhill, Bletchley, Bucks. 

1912 1917 Fielding : William, “ Evening Post ” Buildings, 84 Willis 
Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1912 1918 fFiLLAHY : Albert Anthony, District Surveyor for Greenwich, 

Borough Hall, Royal Hill, Greenwich, S.E.10. [Greenwich 
0155-1 

1911 482 Finchett : Frederick William [Belleholme, OrmskirkJ, 13 

Hoghton Street, Southport. 

1928 3291 HFinlason : David Stewart, “ Davada,” Eldred Road, Child- 
wall, Liverpool. 

1911 1262 Finn: Harry Reginald, 22 St. Peter’s Street, St. Albans, 

Herts. [St. Albans 443.] 

1925 2414 [Fisher : Norman, 5 Richmond Road, Headingley, Leeds. 

1925 2524 ||Fitt : William James (Fitt & Prior-Hale), 3 John Street, 

Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Holbom 4433.] 

1911 1263 Fleeming : William Henry, Wellington Loft, College Road, 

N.W.3. 

1912 1920 Fletcher : George Hornby, Mitre Chambers, 1 Cathedral 

Gates, Manchester. [Manchester City 9017.] 

1925 2707 ||Fletcher : Gilbert, Town Hall, Weston-super-Mare. 

1910 286 Fletcher : Robert Henry, 673 Holdemess Road, Hull. 



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Elected. Number. 

1913 1748 Flinn: Henry Ernest, 24 St. George’s Road, Westminster, S.W. i. 

1925 2415 [|Flint : Cha rles , 5 The Quadrant, Buxton, Derbyshire. 

1912 1921 Flowers : Henry Horne, 52 Portsdown Road, N.W.9. 

1911 890 Follett : Joshua James, “ Woodville,” 12 Darby Road, Cheam, 

Sutton, Surrey. [Sutton 1386.] 

1925 2988 ||Follett : Sydney George (E. Lauriston Conder, Follett & 

Farmer), Cangallo 666, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
[Buenos Aires Rivadavia 1559.] 

1926 3207 I|Ford : Charles, 15 Lome Street, Reading. 

1911 777 Ford : Harry Wharton, ii Old Queen Street, Westminster, 

S.W. 1. [Victoria 4474.] 

1911 778 Ford : Thomas William, Town Hall, Sunderland. 

1912 1924 Fordham : Robert Allen, Ardmore, Great Shelford, Cambridge. 

1925 3077 ||Forrest : Alexander, 40 Clonmel Chambers, Eloff Street, 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. 

191 1 451 Forrest : Thomas Morgan, i Belmont Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1911 530 Forshaw : Edward (Forshaw & Palmer), 9 Market Place, 

Burton-on-Trent [Burton 601] ; and (Edward Forshaw & Sons) 
Trinity Chambers, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1925 3119 UFoster : Frederic, Masonic Buildings, Coventry. [Coventry 

655.] 

1912 1926 Foster : Gaius, Architect’s Department, L.C.C. County Hall, 

Westminster Bridge, S.E.i. 

1925 2663 UFowler : Charles John, 171A High Street, Tonbridge, Kent. 

1911 1268 Fox : Thomas John, Doric House, 1 Museum Street, W.C.i. 

[Gerrard 4474.] 

1911 1269 Foxall : Harry, 54 Lowther Street, Carlisle. 

1925 2942 IIFramji : Merwanji, Trust Architect, Bombay Improvement 

Trust, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1911 624 Franklin : Daniel Moss, 6 Stanford Road, Kensington, W. 

1925 2525 ||Fraser : William Thomson, “ Arrandale,” The Mead, 

Wallington, Surrey. 

1925 2691 ||Freeland : John James, 396 Clapham Road, S.W.9. [Brixton 

4474 -] 

1910 361 Freeman : Charles Henry, Fair View, Edgwarebury Lane, 

Edgware, Middlesex. 

1912 1929 Freeman : Frank R., 21 Wood Street, Bolton. 

1925 2416 ||Friend : Samuel, 8 Church Road, Aldershot, Hants. 

1925 2871 ||Fritchley : Cecil Edwin, “ Rosegarth,” Magdala Road, 

Cosham, Hants. 

1925 2965 HFrost : Arthur Stanley, P.O. Box 368, Durban, South Africa. 

1911 671 Froud: John Maynard, i St. Stephen’s Chambers, Baldwin 

Street, Bristol. 

192s 2214 ||Fullford : Charles George, pas.i. ; 47 Casde Street, 

Salisbury. 

1925 2633 HFurniss : Richard William, 24 Roxburgh Avenue, Birkenhead. 

1925 2417 UGadd : George Henry (G. H. Gadd & Son), Town Hall 
Chambers, Bromsgrove. [Bromsgrove 173.] 

1912 193® Galbraith : Augustus William de Rohan, m.inst.c.e., 

M.lNST.c.E.1. ; City Engineer and Surveyor, City Engineer’s 
Office, Christchurch, Xew Zealand. 

1925 3003 I Galbraith : Robert, dip. . arch. Abdn. ; Burgh Surveyor’s 

Office, Town House, Aberdeen. 


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1925 

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1925 

1925 

19x1 

1929 

1925 

1910 

192s 


1925 

1912 

1911 

1911 
1925 

1925 

1910 
1925 

1925 

1912 

1911 
1911 
1929 


2308 ||Gale : Eric Leslie, m.c. (S. Clifford Tee & Gale) ; 50 Moorgate, 

E.C.2. [London Wall 9546.] 

1276 Galletly : John Thomas, H.M. Office of Works, 122 George 
Street, Edinburgh. 

781 Galloway : William Gordon (Whyte & Galloway), Quarter, 
Largs, Ayrshire ; and 121 Bath Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow 
Douglas 3243.] 

199 Galt : John, 59 Bath Street, Glasgow. [Glasgow Douglas 
I 351 -] 

1931 Gamble : James Gardner, Surveyor’s Dept., City Hall, Belfast. 
1278 Gannon : William, 3 Canonbury Square, N.i. 

1281 Gardner : Alexander McInnes, 202 Hope Street, Glasgow. 
[Glasgow Douglas 2079.] 

483 Gardner: Hampton, Eton House, Wellington Street, 
Cheltenham. 

2418 ||Garnham : Ernest Walter, “ Doonside,” The Brent, Dartford, 
Kent. 

3078 ||Garrett : Alfred John Wilton, 5 Fillebrook Avenue, Westcliff- 
on-Sea, Essex. 

2858 ||Garrett : Edward Augustine, St. Ann, Vine Road, East 
Molesey, Surrey. 

1935 Garvie : John, 9 Kempock Street, Gourock, Scotland. 

2478 ||Geake : Herbert, f.s.i. ; Housing Department, Municipal 

Buildings, Dale Street, Liverpool. 

3096 ||Geen: Arthur Cecil, 39 Chapel Street, Belgrave Square, S.W. 1. 
1284 George : Clement, 26 Crown Street, Aberdeen. 

3314 [|George : The Ven. Archdeacon George Frank, Liuli, Likoma, 
Nyas aland. 

2957 [IGeorge : John Horatio, 73 Narborough Road, Leicester. 

81 George : Willlam Henry (W. H. George & Son), 7 Warrington 
Street, Ashton-under- Lyne. [Ashton-under-Lyne 690.] 

2580 HGibb : Thomas (Gibb & Smith), Post Office Chambers, Port 

Talbot [Port Talbot 70] ; and at Borough Chambers, Neath. 
[Neath 329.] 

2309 HGibbons : Joseph George, 50 Suffolk Street, Birmingham. 

1936 Gibson : Robert Moir, 15 Avondale Road, Palmer’s Green, N. 

1286 Gibson : William Garnett, pja.s.i. ; The Bungalow, Winder- 

mere. [Windermere 255.] 

1287 Gibson : William Stephen, Barry’s Buildings, Hawera, New 

Zealand. 

2581 HGifford : Gordon, 33 Marlborough Mansions, Cannon Hill, 

West Hampstead, N.W.6. 

2634 HGilbert : William, 74 Broad Street Avenue, E.C.2. [London 

Wall 9018.] 

29 Gilbertson : Alfred, 15 Tithebam Street, Liverpool. 

2872 HGilder : Ardeshir Nowroji, Morarbhai Building, 43 Apollo 
Street, Fort, Bombay, India. 

2635 HGill : Harry Percivale (Harry Gill & Son), 11 Park Row, 

Nottingham. [Nottingham 41319.] 

1938 Gill : William, 64 Nowranie Street, Summerhill, Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia. 

1288 Gill : William Ernest, “ Bumbrae,” 2 Solness Street, Bury. 

1289 Gillespie : James, 6 Bruntsfield Gardens, Edinburgh. 

3312 iiGiLLESPiE : John, F.s..vScot. ; 56 Kenmure Street, Pollok- 

shields, Glasgow. 




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Elected. Number. 

1912 1940 Gillman : Arthur Claude, Rodborough Avenue, Stroud, Glos. 

1911 783 Gilman: Ernest Frederick, School Chambers, Castle Street, 

Shrewsbury. 

1925 2636 ||Gladstone : John Bright, ioo High Street, Lockerbie, 

Scotland. [Lockerbie 56.] 

1912 1786 Gladwell : James Morris Heber, “ Rockcliffe,” Castle Road, 

Hythe, Kent. 

1925 2859 ||Glass : John Guthrie Lornie (Erskine Thomson & Glass), 

36 George Street, Perth. [Perth 593.] 

1925 3004 HGledhill : James Herbert, f.s.i. (Gledhill & Wigmore) ; 

118 Old Kent Road, S.E.r. [Rodney 3340.] 

1925 3056 IJGlegg : Robert Henry, i i Handsworth Avenue, Highams 
Park, E.4. 

1911 1290 Glendinning : James John (Glendinning & Hanson), Albany 

Chambers, 15 Commercial Street, Halifax. [Halifax 3079.] 
1928 3293 HGlover : Montague Charles, m.c. ; 7 Bertie Terrace, Learning- 
ton Spa. 

ign 892 Glover: W. H. (John Farrell, Son & Glover), 322 Victoria 
Arcade, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1911 628 Goddard: Frank (Goddard & Wain), Station Chambers, High 

Street, Coalville, Leicester. [Coalville 88.] 

1912 1941 Godfrey : Leopold Henry, Public Works Office, Maritzburg, 

Natal, South Africa. 

1911 413 Godman : Charles Richard Bayly, Bank Chambers, Horsham, 

Sussex. 

1925 2310 UGodwin: Earl Consiby, 12 Spencer Gardens, East Sheen, 

S.W.14. 

1925 2815 HGoldsmith : Arthur Thomas William, 5 Warwick Street, 

Worthing. [Worthing 1304.] 

1925 2311 ||Gomme : Lewis James Fremen, Kenilworth,” 7 Marston 

Road, Hoddesdon, Herts. 

1925 2312 IIGomme : Sydney Ernest, “ Langland,” Argyle Road, North 

Harrow, Middlesex. 

191 1 533 Goodacre : John Frank Johnson, f.s.i.; Newcastle Estate 

Office, Worksop, Notts. 

1911 784 Goodall : Harry H., 46 Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham. 

1925 2313 HGoode : George Henry (Usher & Anthony), 9 St. Paul’s Square, 

Bedford. [Bedford 3383.] 

1911 1294 Goodsir : John Proudfoot, 12 Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh 30636.] 

1911 1295 Goodwin: Alan Laurie, 34 Castle Street, Edinburgh. 

[Edinburgh 8116c.] 

1925 2943 1] Goodwin : Charles John, Brownings, Edenbridge, Kent. 

1912 1945 Goodwin: Valter, m.b.e. ; “Orwell,” Ightham, Sevenoaks, 

Kent. 

1925 2873 y Goodwin : William Duvall, 139 Kenilworth Court, Putney, 
S.W. [Putney 1326.] 

1925 3 t 37 IIGoold : Herbert Vivian, Imperial Chambers, High Street, 

Prestatyn, Flints. 

1925 2966 || Gordon : Alexander, f.s.i. ; 97 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4. 

[Central 7030.] 

19 1 1 785 Gordon : Robert Clifford Turner, Bank Buildings, 304 

Romford Road, Forest Gate, E.7. 

1925 2692 HGorton : Albert, Euston Chambers, Euston Road, Morecambe, 
Lancs. 


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Elected. Number. 

1912 1946 Gosling : Albert Edward, 2 Freke Road, Lavender Hill, 

Clapham, S.W. 

1925 2725 ||Gough r Harold Thomas William, 14 Temple Street, 
Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 7488.] 

1925 2664 HGoulborn : Horace, Dale Chambers, 116 Dale End, 

Birmingham. [Birmingham Centra! 3499.] 

1925 2708 IIGradon : Wilfrid George, c/o Messrs. Henry Tanner, 3 

Hanover Square, W.i. 

1925 2693 HGraham : Henry Irving, is Bank Street, Carlisle. [Carlisle 

1085.] 

1925 2886 ||Grant : Alexander (Geo. Gordon & Co.), 6 Queensgate, 

Inverness, Scotland. [ T.A . Gordon, Inverness — Inverness 
264.] 

1925 2665 ||Gray : David Reginald (Webb & Gray) [82 High Street, 

Stourbridge], 200 High Street, Dudley. [Dudley 2062.] 

1911 535 Gray: George, 133 High Street, Inverurie, Scotland. 

1925 2767 IIGray : Thomas Archibald, 15 Rosamond Road, Bedford. 
1925 2582 ||Green : Bernard Walter, “ Oaklea,” 16 Ancrum Road, Lockee, 

Dundee, Scotland. 

1912 1950 Green : Edwin Fallding, 32 Caskgate Street, Gainsborough, 

Lines. 

1911 1302 Green : Herbert Percy, Broad View, Lubenham Hill, Market 

Harborough, Leicestershire. 

1925 3005 ||Green : Oswald Howell, 6 Chalk Road, Dorchester, Dorset. 

*925 3055 (IGreen : William John, 32 Paradise Street, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Midland 1165.] 

1925 2314 ||Greenen : Wallace Austin (Jackson & Greenen), 5 and 7 

Yelverton Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 3150.] 

1911 1709 Greenhow : Charles Ingleby, 4 New Bridge Street, Newcastle- 

upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 830.] 

1911 678 Gheenleaves : E., Stolford Lodge, Bristol Road, Weston-super- 

Mare. 

1925 2419 ||Greenwood : Harry Fishwick, 23 Devonshire Road, Bolton. 

1925 2933 ||Griffiths : David, 8 Leinster Gardens, W.2. [Paddington 

3891 •] 

1925 2666 HGriffiths : Edgar Rees, p.a.s.i. ; 12 College Street, Swansea. 
[Swansea Central 2775 and 8202.] 

1925 3006 HGriffiths : Fred Victor, D.C.R.E. Office, Clarence Road, 

Gosport, Hants. 

1925 3039 HGriffiths : John Egbert, i Bank Place, Portmadoc, N. Wales. 
[Portmadoc 24.] 

1911 1305 Griffiths : Thomas Henry, 2 The Crescent, Trentham Road, 

Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1911 1306 Griffiths : Walter Austin, Ty Gwyn, Pontllanfraith, Mon. 

1911 486 Griffiths: William, 5 Hamilton Square, Birkenhead. 

[Birkenhead 406.] 

1925 2803 HGriffiths : William, Deputy County Architect, County 
Buildings, Mold, Flintshire. 

1910 117 Grimwood : George Francis, 44 Parliament Street, Nottingham. 

1925 2479 1 |Grist : Victor Harry, Benhiiton Mount, All Saints Road, 

Sutton, Surrey. 

1912 1952 Grout: Philip, Beaufort House, Durley Park, Kevnsham, 

Somerset. [T.A. Grout, Keynsham, Bristol. — Kevnsham 57.] 

1911 786 Grove: Howard Thomas, Chief Architect for Schools, Depart- 

ment of Education, Bridge Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 



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Elected. Number. 

1911 1309 f Grove : Richard Thomas, Lincluden, Beaumont Road, 

Wimbledon Park, S.W. 

1910 31 Gunson : Ernest (W. T. Gunson & Son), 10 Marsden Street, 

Manchester. [Manchester City 1738.] 

1926 3222 ||Gurney : Alfred John, Ellesborough Manor, Princes Ris- 

borough, Bucks. 


1925 3048 ||Hack : Walter Pane, Bank Chambers, Cathedral Gateway, 

Peterborough. 

1911 1311 Hagger : George John, “ Argyle,” Rosebery Road, Cheam, 

Surrey. [Sutton 1938.] 

1925 2967 HHale : Edward, 26 Hamilton Road, Oxford. 

1925 3158 ||Halford : Frederick Edward, 8 Southampton Street, Blooms- 

bury, W.C.i. 

1925 2420 ||Hall : Charles Arthur, Exchange Chambers, 7 Queensgate, 

Bradford. 

1911 1314 Hall: Charles Russell, Homefield, Congleton, Cheshire. 

1912 1953 Hall : Charles Wardle, Council Buildings, Felling-on-Tyne. 

1912 1788 Hall : Douglas, 19 Exchange Buildings, Market Street, 

Huddersfield. 

1910 290 Hall : Edward Ernest, 57 Sterndale Road.West Kensington, W. 

1925 2216 |!Hall : Harold Saunderson, 32A Old Market Place, Grimsby. 

1911 1711 [Hall : Watson, 3 Roscommon Street, Claremont, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 

1925 2637 IJHall : William, 10 Commercial Street, Halifax. [Halifax 

1040.] 

1925 2217 HHallam : Arthur Henry, Denbigh Chambers, Bowling Green 

Street, Leicester. [Leicester Central 4463.] 

1925 2421 [[Hallett : John Robert Jordan [Heyst, Lon-y-Rhyd, Rhiiv- 

bina, near Cardiff], City Architect’s Dept., City Hall, Cardiff. 
1910 246 Hamilton : George Douglas, 23 Wormwood Street, E.C. 

1925 3049 ||Hamlyn : Edwin Edgar Harold, Patten Chambers, Winmar- 

leigh Street, Warrington. [Warrington 1 12.] 

1923 3007 ||Hammick : Hubert James, 63 Old Town Street, Plymouth. 

[Plymouth 2054.] 

1925 2829 ||Hammond : Ernest James, 21 Balmoral Road, Gillingham, 

Kent. [Gillingham 52.] 

1910 151 -[Hammond : Frederic Snowden, f.s.i. ; 20 Paper Street, 

Redcross Street, E.C.i. [Clerkenwell 3572.] 

1925 2934 HHammond : Raymond R., “ Ingelow,” Regents Road, St. 

Helens, Lancs. 

1925 2774 ^Hampshire : Thomas Richard, Municipal College of Tech- 
nology, College Square, Belfast. 

1911 1051 Hanson : James Walter (J. Walter Hanson & Son), 18 Eldon 

Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 6236.] 
1927 3275 IIHanson : James Walter, jun. (J. Walter Hanson & Son), 18 

Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 
6236.] 

1925 2480 HHanson : Septimus Charles, Public Works Department, Lagos, 
Nigeria, West Africa. 

1925 3 ° 9 1 [Harbottle . Alfred Charles, County Chambers, Exeter. 
1925 3082 ||Harbottle : Edward Joseph, Bridgehill Cottage, Topsham, 
Devon. 

1912 1955 Hardie: Alexander Murray, 20 George Street, Edinburgh. 


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1925 

I9II 

1925 

1925 

1911 

1912 

1926 

1925 

1925 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 

1912 

1925 

1911 

1925 

1912 
1925 
1925 
192s 
1911 

1910 

1911 

1911 

1912 
1911 

1911 


1316 Harding: Herbert W., 28 Northumberland Road, Redland, 
Bristol. 

2927 HHarding : Joseph William Berry, 16 Cook Street, Liverpool. 

[Liverpool Bank 3663.] 

1052 Hardy : Thomas Elson, 5 Delamere Street, Paddington, W. 

2218 ||Hardy-Syms : Major Reginald, f.s.i. ; 3 Gray’s Inn Place, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 7267.] 

2316 ||Harland : Norman Gregory (Harland & Stanton, Triumph 
House, 189 Regent Street, W.i), Kenmore, Woodcote Road, 
Leigh-on-Sea. 

630 Harmer : Henry George, G.P.O. Box 468, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

1958 Harries : Louis Richards, 5 Albert Crescent, Penarth, Glam. 
3214 HHarris : Aubrey Charles Henry, 6 Thornhill Road, Manna- 
mead, Plymouth. 

2928 ||Harris : Luwee (Luwee Harris & Son), West Bar Chambers, 

38 Boar Lane, Leeds. [Leeds 25380.] 

2667 ||Harrison : Gilbert Andrew, 38 King Street, Maidenhead. 

1320 Harrison : John Edwin (Stucke & Harrison), P.O. Box 2271, 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. [Johannesburg 
Central 433.] 

1321 Harrison : Louis (Harrison & Glaskin), Beehive Chambers, 

Dean Street, Albury, New South Wales, Australia. [Albury 
(Office) 79, (Residence) 263.] 

1322 Harrison : Reginald Arthur Victor, 24 Birch Grove, West 

Acton, W. 

788 Hart : Abraham, Yorkshire Buildings, Wood Street, Wake- 
field. 

i960 Hart : George Alfred James, Cashel Street, Christchurch, 
New Zealand. 

2319 ||Hart : Thomas George, “ Llanfoist,” Epping, Essex. [Epping 

56] 

1323 Hartley : George Alfred, Arenrig, North Drive, Brook 

Lane, Oldham. 

3109 ||Harvey : John, P.O. Box 621, Johannesburg, South Africa. 
1789 Harvey : John Henry, 128 Powlett Street, East Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia. 

2968 IIarvey : Norman, Assistant District Engineer, Public Works 
Department, P.O. Box 588, Pretoria, South Africa. 

3108 HHaslam : Frank Claude, c/o Public Works Department, 
Entebbe, Uganda, East Africa. 

2219 UHaslam : Stafford, “ The Albany,” 21 Mawdsley Street, Bolton. 

[Bolton 600.] 

489 Haswell : Frederick (F. R. N. Haswell & Son), 78 Tyne Street, 
North Shields. [North Shields 510.] 

247 Hatch : Francis, 71 Queen’s Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

986 Havard : R. Dare, 8 Pentonville, Newport, Mon. [Newport 

3856-] 

791 Hawkes : Harry Campbell (J. H. Hawkes & Son), 63 Temple 
Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 333.] 

1962 Haxton : Andrew David, 3 High Street, Leven, Fifeshire. 

1324 Hay : Edward A. B. (Bruce & Hay), 261 West George Street, 

Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Central 598.] 

1325 Haylor : Benjamin, 43 Winchester Avenue, Eh-ondesbury, 

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1925 2481 ||Hayman : Reginald Victor, 45 Wordsworth Avenue, Penarth, 

Glam. 

1925 3159 HHaymes : Richard Evered, Bank Chambers, Oswestry. 

[Oswestry 163.] 

1925 3191 ||Hayton : Arthur James, 22 Newgate Street, Chester. [Chester 

1436.] 

1910 3 6 4 *fHAYWARD : ARTHUR BALDWIN, p.a.s.i. (Hayward & 
Maynard), 14 John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2. [Gerrard 4577 •] 
1925 2668 ||Hayward : Sydney Power (Cleland & Hayward), 5 Exchange 

Street, Wolverhampton. [Wolverhampton 448.] 

1925 3008 ||Head : Sydney Herbert, 74 Duke Street, Chelmsford, 

Essex. 

1910 365 Heaps : Stanley Arthur, 55 The Broadway, Westminster, 

S.W.i. 

1910 366 Heard : William James, Borough Engineer’s Office, Town 

Hall, Accrington, Lancs. 

1925 2321 ||Heath : Francis, “ Femdale,” Horndean Road, Emsworth, 

Hants. 

1925 2816 HHeathcote: Major Charles Harold, Wakerley House, 

Wakerley, near Stamford. 

1 91 1 672 Heathman : Harry (Heathman & Blacker), 20 Victoria Square, 

Clifton, Bristol. 

1912 1964 Heaton : Richard Arthur, Station Chambers, 6oa Wallgate, 

Wigan. 

1912 1965 *HEAZELL : EDWARD HENRY (Heazell & Sons), Burton 

Buildings, Parliament Street, Nottingham. [Nottingham 
40651.] 

1912 1966 Heir : Montague John, 8 Langerman Drive, Kensington, 

Johannesburg, South Africa. 

1911 792 Helbronner : Pierre Michel (T. Pringle & Son, Limited), 

420 Coristone Building, Montreal, Canada. 

1910 153 Henderson : John Edward, The Lodge, West End Avenue, 

Pinner, Middlesex. 

1925 3060 HHenderson : John Louis, 341 West Street, Durban, Natal, 

South Africa. [Durban 4768.] 

1925 2322 HHenderson : Robert Coutts, “ Glengaim,” Hilltop Road, 

Whyteleafe, Surrey. 

1926 3226 IIHendy : Alfred, p.a.s.i. ; 108 Earlsdon Avenue, Coventry. 

1912 1967 Henshaw : Frederick, Lloyds Bank Chambers, Andover, Hants. 
1925 2482 || Hens haw : John T., 15 Richmond Terrace, Blackburn. 

[Blackburn 6245.] 

1911 631 Henshaw : Thomas Vicars, “ Heathside,” Mill Lane, Gayton, 

Cheshire. 

i9 2 5 3009 IIHewitt : Captain Harry George, 10 Jevington Gardens, 
Eastbourne. [Eastbourne 3052.] 

1925 2781 IIHewitt: Leslie Eliezor, 298 High Street, West’ Bromwich. 

[West Bromwich 276.] 

1910 1328 Hewlitt Arthur George, 8 Neville Terrace, Tunbridge 

Wells, Kent. 

1912 1968 Hibbert : Arnett, 16 Charleville Circus, S.E.26. 

1910 1 19 Hick: Edwin Morcombe, " Bathwick,” Salisbury Avenue, 

Cheam, Surrey. 

1911 1329 Hicks : Herbert, “ Hubbards,” Westwood Road, St. Peters-in- 

Thanet, Kent. 

1925 2817 HHickson : Harry Armitage, 52 Hall Gate, Doncaster. 



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1925 

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1911 

1332 

1925 

2323 

1910 

203 

1925 

3010 

1925 

2847 

1911' 
to | 

) 679 

1920 1 
1925 , 
1925 

! 

3011 

1910 

204 

1911 

793 

1912 

1970 

1925 

1925 

3149 

3175 

1911' 
to ( 

) 1712 

I9I9( 

I927> 

1911 

1 

580 

1911 

133s 

1925 

3012 

1925 

2875 

1925 

1925 

2583 

2422 

1911 

794 

1911 

900 

1925 

2324 

1910 

368 

1925 

2617 


HHide : Horace Charles Reid, 54 Sutton Court, Chiswick, 
W-4- 

HHigginbotham : Frederick W., j.p., m.inst.c.e. (Higginbotham 
& Stafford) ; 3 Clare Street, Dublin. [Dublin 61265.] 

Higgins : Francis Coleman (Higgins & Thomerson), 9 Fins- 
bury Square, E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 1423.] 

HHiggott : Samuel Brian, Midland Bank Chambers, Newton 
Abbot, Devon. 

Higgs : James Hardwick, “ Overstrand,” Powy’s Avenue, 
Leicester. 

HHigman : Ernest Charles (Higman & Taylor), Barras Street, 
Liskeard [Liskeard 98.] ; and at 35 High Cross Street, St. 
Austell, Cornwall. [St. Austell 143.] 

IIHigson : Herbert Walker, Overton House, 46 Church Road, 
Smithills, Bolton. 

Hiley : H. Sesom, 230 Southend Lane, S.E.6. 


||Hill : Christopher Benson (C. Castelow, 10 Park Row, Leeds. 

— Leeds 22377), 6 Buckingham Mount, Headingley, Leeds. 
Hill : Howard, 10 Winchester Street, South Shields. [South 
Shields 702.] 

Hill : Patrick Joseph, Town Engineer’s Department, P.O. Box 
1049, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Hill : Reginald John, H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s Gate, 
S.W.i. 

IIHill : Stanley Oliver, Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 
HHillier : Herbert William, 2 The Studios, 4 Albert Street, 
Regent’s Park, N.W.i. 

Hilton : Ernest William, “ Armor,” Stockwood Vale, 
Keynsham, Somerset. 


Hinchliffe : George Eastwood, Tower Chambers, Silver 
Street, Halifax. 

Hindmarch : John G., “ Linthorpe,” 374 Woods Moor Lane, 
Stockport. 

IIHindsley : Ernest James (Watson & Hindsley), 5 Hereford 
Road, Westboume Grove, W.2. [Park 0902.] 

HHirst : Lionel Clifford, Exchange Buildings, Queen Street, 
Morley. [Morley 26.] 

IIHitchins : Walter William, University College, Reading. 

IIHoare : Alfred William, 28 Trinity Churchyard, Coventry. 
[Coventry 2247.] 

Hobson : (Miss) Florence Fulton, Aiteannach, Crawfordsbum, 
Co. Down, Ireland. 

Hodder : Eric Edwin, Bramblehyrst, Arkwright Road, 
Sanderstead, Surrey. 

IIHodgeman : Alfred James, 80 Coleman Street, E.C.2. [City 
53i 6 ] 

Hodges : Henry Todd, Foy’s Chambers, 1 Bond Street, Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia. 

IIHodgson : Frederick John Whitlock (Hodgson, Dixon & 
Quick), 201 High Street, Guildford, Surrey. [Guildford 276.] 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 3103 ([Hoe: William, 21 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.i. 

[Holborn 5109.] 

1912 1977 Hoets : John George Douglas, New Zealand House, Cape 

Town, South Africa. [Cape Town Central 137.] 

1911 1337 Hoffman: George Spencer, M.A.Cantab. ; The Dial House, 

3 West Hill Road, Southfields, Wandsworth, S.W. 

1911 1338 Hogg: William Johnston, 38 Balmoral Terrace, Gosforth. 

1911 796 Holbrook : Alfred James, Wilford Lane, West Bridgford, 

Notts. 

1927 3279 HHolding : E. de Wilde, 43 Commercial Road, Bournemouth. 
[Bournemouth 2570.] 

ign 1713 Holdsworth : Ledgar, Tudor Cottage, Woodthorpe, Wakefield. 

1925 2325 [Holloway : Frank Webster, “ Ovingham,” 104 Fairfax 

Road, Teddington, Middlesex. 

1912 1980 Holman-Hunt : Hilary Lushington, c/o Secretariat, Rangoon, 

Burma. 

1926 3223 [Holmes : Arthur Herbert, Tower Buildings, 99 High Street, 

Southend-on-Sea. [Southend 116.] 

1911 1344 Holway : Percy Yell, 239 High Street, Sheemess. 

1925 2755 HHoney : Robert Llewellyn, f.s.i. ; 4 Albany Terrace, 

Chatham, Kent. 

1925 3200 [[Honour : Stanley, Upton Villa, Albert Road, Wilmslow, 

Cheshire. 

1910 37 Hook : John, “ Holmdale,” 4 Greenleaf Road, Walthamstow, 

E.17. 

1910 292 Hooley : Ernest, Cleve Lodge, 23 Elm Avenue, Long Eaton. 

near Nottingham. 

1911 1341 Hooper: Ernest Fray [Rock House, Chagford, South Devon], 

19A Bedford Circus, Exeter. 

1911 633 Hooper : Frank Billett, 57 Balmoral Road, Gillingham, Kent. 

1925 2326 ||Hope : Percy Mirehouse, o.b.e. ; 21 Station Road, Keswick, 

Cumberland. 

1925 2848* [HOPKINS : Lieut.-Colonel PERCY ALFRED, o.b.e. ; 
16 Berners Street, W.i. [Museum 7550.] 

1925 2789 HHornabrook : Alan Wiseman, Palatine Bank Buildings, 

xo Norfolk Street, Manchester. 

1911 492 Horne: David Edmund Attree (Home & Murray), Old 

Bank Road, Golspie, Sutherland. [Golspie 8.] 

1926 3227 HHornibrook : Francis Norcott, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, 

New Zealand. 

1911 634 Horseman : William George, 71 Westridge Road, Southamp- 

ton. [Southampton 2873.] 

19x1 635 Horser : Cotterell Walter, f.s.i.; 6s Cleveland Road, 

South Woodford, E.18. 

1910 248 Horsfall : Walter Edward, Lord Street Chambers, Halifax. 

1910 293 Horton : Harry, “ The Cottage,” Hatherton Lane, Cannock. 
1926 3228 [Horton : William John, Surveyor’s Department, Town Hall, 

Altrincham, Cheshire. [Altrincham 207.] 

1911 1079 Hoskins : Harry Pilmore, 26 Willows Crescent, Cannon Hill, 

Birmingham. 

1911 1348 Hoult: John Winnall, 33 Poplar Road, Burleigh, Sutton, 

Surrey. 

1912 1978 Housley : Freeman, City Surveyor’s Office, Council House, 

Birmingham. 

ig'ti 636 Howard: Alfred, Sudbury, Suffolk. 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 2804 |[Howard : Edward William Cook (W. H. Pertwee & Howard), 

19 London Road, Chelmsford. [Chelmsford 233.] 

1925 2738 [{Howard : Ernest Tom, 14 High Street, Wellington, Somerset. 

[Wellington 59.] 

1925 2739 HHoward-Jones : Arthur Montgomerie, Plas Ynys, Borth, 
S.O., Cardiganshire. 

1911 1349 Howarth : Fred (F. Howarth & Son), Sandilands Hall, 

Towyn, Merioneth. [Towyn 30.] 

1925 2618 ||Howorth : Frederick, 32 Lune Street, Preston. [Preston 

530 .] 

1911 1351 Hoyland: Arthur James, 167 North Road, Clayton, Manchester. 

1925 3120 HHubbard : William Henry Guest, 35 Manchester Street, 

Luton, Beds. [Luton 319.] 

1911 1353 Hucker : David, “ Fotley,” Downside Road, Sutton, Surrey. 

1911 1352 Huddart : Arthur, 9 Lowther Street, Whitehaven. 

1911 1354 Hughes : Arthur Ernest, Central Chambers, 77A High 

Street, Stourbridge. 

1925 3192 1 | Hull-Brown : William, “ Fairview,” Cressy Street, Deniliquin, 

New South Wales. 

1925 2849 ||Humphries : Herbert Henry, The Council House, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Central 7000.] 

1911 801 Hunt: Archie Ainsworth (Hunt & Coates) [The Vicarage, 

Great Barton, Bury St. Edmunds], 51A Abbeygate Street, 
Bury St. Edmunds [Bury St. Edmunds 303], and 28 Ipswich 
Street, Stowmarket. 

1925 3193 [|Hunt : Arthur Frederic (Pipe & Hunt) [“ Sunnyway,” 

Loudwater, High Wycombe, Bucks], 87 George Street, 
Portman Square, W.i. [Ambassador 9736.] 

191 1 1357 Hunt : Herbert Salmon, “ Maycroft,” The Ridgeway, Kenton, 

Harrow, Middlesex. 

1910 205 fHuNTKR : James Douglas, f.s.i. ; 39 Great Marlborough 

Street, Regent Street, W. 

1910 371 Hunter: Joseph Percy, 84 Crimicar Lane, Fulwood, Sheffield. 

1911 1360 Huntley : Frederick Arthur, f.s.i. ; The Woning, Court- 

house Road, Furze Platt, Maidenhead, Berks. 

1925 2619 HHurcombe : Harold Francis, “ Graycote,” Ledborough Lane, 

Beaconsfield. 

1925 3061 |[Hurst : Godfrey Thomas, o.b.e., d.s.o., v.d. (T. Read & 

Hurst) ; 13-14 Southern Life Buildings, Smith Street, Durban, 
South Africa. [Durban Central 476.] 

1925 2220 [[Hustler : Colonel Bedford, “Colwen,” Carleton, Pontefract. 

1925 2327 [[Hutchings : Reginald Hartington, Borough Surveyor’s 

Office, 37 Wellington Square, Hastings. 

1910 156 Hutchins : George, Lache Lane, Westminster Park, Chester. 

1911 1361 Hutton : John, 22 Highgate, Kendal. 

1925 3110 [[Hyland : Henry, Messrs. Massey, Hyland & Phillips, Hastings, 

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1912 1751 Hynam : William, 41 North Side, Clapham Common, S.W.4. 


1911 1362 Iles : Ernest Stanley, Surveyor’s Office, Baker Street Station, 

N.W. 

1925 2740 HImossi : Charles Arthur, 4 Governor Lane, Gibraltar. 

1925 2328 |[Ingleton : Delamark Frank, m.c. ; 1 1 Victoria Place, Haver- 
fordwest. [Haverfordwest P.O. 5.] 



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Elected. Number. 

1911 1363 Inglis: Alexander, 14 Bridge Street, Hawick, Scotland. 

1911 1364 Ingram : Herbert Clavell, Highwood, near Chelmsford, 

Essex. 

1925 2782 HInman : William Charles, p.a.s.i. ; 24 Old Buildings, Lincoln’s 

Inn, W.C.2. [Holbom 7148.] 

1911 537 Inott : Harold William, 14 Parade Chambers, Sheffield. 

1925 2805 Predale : Athelstan Linton, Landour, Stroud, Glos. [Stroud 

224.] 

1910 372 Ireland : John Carmichael, 4 Wyndham Road, West Ealing, W. 

1925 3013 Preland: Leonard Archibald Frederic, m.c. ; 40 Lome Road, 

Stroud Green, N4. 

1910 1200 Isaacs: Charles Henry, 26 Ludgate Hill, E.C.4. [Central 3988.] 

1927 3268 ||Ixer : Harold Louis, 81 Beech Hall Road, Highams Park, E.4. 


1925 2585 IIJack : Robert Alexander, “ Peninsular House,” 28 Monument 

Street, E.C.i. 

1925 2669 HJackson : Edwin Arthur (Lacey & Jackson), 13 North Street, 

Ashford, Kent. [Ashford (Kent) 54.] 

1925 2935 HJackson : Harry, 16 Tulsemere Road, West Norwood, S.E.27. 
1912 1987 Jackson : Reginald William, 43 Church Street, Lancaster. 
1911 1366 Jackson: Sydney Alexander, c/o Messrs. Jackson, Son & 

Feacy, National and Provincial Bank Chambers, Dorchester, 
Dorset. 

1925 3062 HJaffray : Francis Andrew Oldacre, P.O. Box 141, Salisbury, 
Southern Rhodesia, South Africa. 

1911 902 James: Arthur, “ Airlee,” Newbold Road, Chesterfield. 

1925 2221 HJames : Harold Vincent, 105 Maraey Road, Clapham, S.W.11. 

1910 295 James: William Herbert, 123-124 Newgate Street, E.C.i. 

[Central 4247.] 

1911 538 Jamieson : George, 20 Whitehall Street, Dundee. 

1911 1368 Jarvtb : John Stirling, 2 Charlotte Street, Perth. 

1925 2860 HJarvis : William Herbert, Surveyor’s Office, Urban District 
Council, Melton Mowbray. [Melton Mowbray 62.] 

1927 3282 HJefferiss : Walter Ernest, Tudor House, Squirrels Heath 
Avenue, Gidea Park, Romford, Essex. 

1925 2222 I! Jenkins : Alfred, Market Chambers, Market Street, Wellington, 

Salop. 

1925 3 J 79 II Jenkins : James Thomas, Redcroft, Whitchurch, Glam. 

1910 85 Jenkins : Thomas, Arcade Buildings, Station Street, Burton- 

on-Trent. [Burton-on-Trent 0773.] 

1912 1792 Jennings : James, Church Street, Ambleside, Westmorland. 

1925 2796 iiJoHN : Victor Hugh, 92 Rowlev Street, Walsall, Staffs. 

1925 2876 | {Johnson : Arthur Barnes, “ Engadine,” Woodmere Avenue, 

East Croydon, Surrey. 

1925 2586 IIJohnson : Arthur Haynes (Haynes Johnson & Ebbs), 95A 

High Street, Winchester [Winchester 209] ; and at Queen 
Anne Chambers, Church Street, Basingstoke, Hants. [Basing- 
stoke 308.] 

1925 2741 IIJohnson : Cornelius Fletcher, 38 St. John’s Avenue 
Bridlington. [Bridlington 454.] 

1910 206 Johnson : Ernest Nalson (John Young, Son & Johnson) 

47 Mark Lane, E.C.3. [Royal 2683.] 

1925 2527 {[Johnson: Thomas Foster, 4 Branksome Road, Norwich. 
[Eaton 34.] 



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1912 1753 Johnson : Thomas McCosh, Suite 17, Muskoka Apts., Young 
Street, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1925 2334 |1 Johnson : William Harold (W. B. Johnson & Son), 23 King 
Street, Wigan. [Wigan 362.] 

1912 1989 Johnson : William Henry, jun., Pentland View, St. John’s 

Road, Corstorphine, Scotland. 

1925 2224 HJohnston : Adam Legge (D. Forbes Smith & Johnston), 

244 High Street, Kirkcaldy. [Kirkcaldy 2345.] 

1911 1371 Johnston : James V., .41 Marlborough Street, Londonderry. 

1911 987 Johnstone : John Rutherford, Branford, Troon, Ayrshire. 

1911 988 Johnstone: John Thomas, f.s.i. ; Mill House, Rockshaw 

Road, Merstham, Surrey. [Merstham 183.] 

1925 2225 HJolly : John Beardwood, “ Yenton,” Gervis Road East, 

Bournemouth. 

1925 2709 |1 Jones : Colin Lancelot, Architects’ Department, County 
Hall, Newport, Mon. 

1925 2710 11 Jones : David John, f.s.i. ; Hill Crest, Amersham Hill, High 
Wycombe. 

1925 2776 HJones : Frank John, Commercial Buildings, High Street, 
Runcorn, Cheshire. [Runcorn 64.] 

1925 2904 HJones : Henry Llewellyn, " Elmhurst," 36 Winterbrook 

Road, Heme Hill, S.E.24. 

1912 1991 Jones : Herbert Thomas, 6 Church Square, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 

1925 2226 HJones : Horace, 54 Etheldene Avenue, Muswell Hill, N.io. 

1925 2333 IUones : Percy Charles, Spencer Chambers, 4 Market Place, 

Leicester. 

1925 3°i4 1 | Jones : Rhys, County Architect, Llandyssul, Cardiganshire. 

1 9 1 1 ) 1374 Jones : Robert Cadwaladr, Caerblaidd Offices, Blaenau 
to ( Festiniog, North Wales. 

1920 f 

1926 J 

1925 3193 || Jones : Westbury Lloyd, 14 Market Street, Carnarvon. 

1911 ') 1375 Jones: William Alban (Jones & Stocks), 56 Prudential 
to ( Buildings, Park Row, Leeds. [Leeds 25169.] 

1920 1 
1926 ' 

1911 1376 Jordan: Sidney Thomas, ii Tewkesbury Terrace, Bounds 

Green Road, New Southgate, N. 

1925 2711 HJoslin : Gordon Arthur, 22 High Street, Brentwood, Essex. 

[Brentwood 192.] 

1925 2424 HJoynes : William James, Civil Engineer- in- Chiefs Depart- 

ment, H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth. 

1925 2528 || Joynson : Archibald John (Joynson Bros.), “ The Spinney,” 

Bescot Road, Walsall. [Walsall 1456.] 

1925 2335 |1 Jukes : Louis William, f.s.i. (Lemon & Blizard) ; Lansdowne 

House, Castle Lane, Southampton. [Southampton Z654.] 

1912 1994 Jupp : Colin Kingsley, 10 South Street, Bridport, Dorset. 

[Bridport 130.] 

1925 2484 IIJury : Sydney Charles, “ Parc-Vean,” Beverley Crescent, 

Bedford. [Bedford 3201.] 

1911 1378 Kay: Claud John, Bank Chambers, Horsham. 

1925 2529 ||Kay : James Sandford, 21 Silverton Road, Hammersmith, W.6. 

1925 3015 || Kaye : Robert Taylor, 14 Hilbre Avenue, Wallasey, Cheshire. 




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Elected. Number. 

1925 2227 |]Keatinge : William Sedgwick (Donnelly, Moore & Keatinge), 

14 Lower Sackville Street, Dublin. [Dublin 4410-4411.] 
1925 3129 || Keats : Walter Osbohn, f.s.i. ; c/o The Asiatic Petroleum Co., 

Shanghai, China. 

1925 2670 ||Keefe : Richard Cyril, 8 Merrion Square, Dublin. [Dublin 

279 1 •] 

1925 3116 HReenor : Edward, P.O. Box 6038, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

1912 1996 Keighley : Gilbert, 23-27 Nicholas Street, Burnley. 

1925 2228 ||Keighley : Henry Frederick, 25 Birley Street, Blackpool. 

1912 1997 Keighley : Samuel, 6 High Street, Chatham, Kent. 

1925 2485 HKekwick : Alfred Allen, 34-35 Southampton Street, Strand, 

W.C.2. 


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1925 

1925 

1911 

1926 
1911 

1911 

ign 

1927 

1911 

1911 

1912 

1925 

1925 

1925 

192S 

1925 

1925 

192S 

1925 

1925 

1911 
19H 
1925 

1912 


2425 ||Kelly : Harry (Friend & Kelly), “ St. Columb,” Wrey Avenue, 
Sticklepath, Barnstaple ; and 30 Boutport Street, Barnstaple. 
[Barnstaple 368.] 

2336 || Kelly : Wilfrid Edwin, 39 Ruskin Walk, Heme Hill, S.E.24. 
2877 IIKellett : William Arthur, “ Heathfield,” Barnard Castle, 
Co. Durham. 

680 Kempthorne : Charles Henry, 59 Queen Street, Cardiff. 
3215 HKendall : John David, BM/SFNF, London, W.C.i. 

695 Kennedy : William, 14 St. Peter’s Square, Manchester. 
[Manchester Central 7791.] 

805 Kent : George Nathaniel, f.s.i. ; 521 Barking Road, Plaistow, 
E. [East Ham 308.] 

539 Kenworthy : William Whiteley, 263A Wallasey Village, 
Wallasey, Cheshire. 

3263 || Kerr : Hume Victor, 22 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. 
[Holborn 5370.] 


1383 Kerr : Thomas, Oakview, Oatlands Park, Weybridge. 

904 Kerr : William, 97 Clarkston Road, Cathcart, Glasgow. 

1999 Kerr: William (John Melvin & Son), Mar Street, Alloa, 
Scotland. [Alloa 53.] 

3050 UKesteven : Leofric, Public Works Department, Kuala Lumpur, 
Federated Malay States. 

2768 IIKewell : John Ernest, 290 Oxford Road, Manchester. 
[Manchester Rusholme 1850.] 

2905 HKillik: Arthur Percy, 25 Ludgate Hill, E.C.4. [Central 
6292.] 

3085 HKinder : Harold Arthur (Arthur Kinder & Son) ta Fitzrov 
Square, W. 1. [Museum 6753.] 

3121 (King : Arthur Ernest, West Hill, 1 17 Church Road, Richmond, 
Surrey. 

2426 || King : Cecil Frederick Ashfield, “ Whitecroft,” Ashton 
Lane, Ashton-on-Mersey, Cheshire 

2727 IIKincham : John Ernest, Bank House, Grosvenor Road, 
Aldershot. [Aldershot 53.] 

2337 IIKington : Edward George, “ The Little House,” Longedge 
Lane, Wmgerworth, near Chesterfield 

3165 (Kinks : Frederick William, j 4 The Broadway, Woking, 
Surrey. [Woking 1074.] 

989 Kirby : Frank Moore, “ Rucksfield,” 4 Essex Road, Gravesend. 

906 Kirby : Samuel Richard, 43 Wentworth Road, York 

2671 IIKirk : John L 40 Norfolk Road, Maidenhead, Berks. 

1795 Kislingbury : Arthur Vernon, 30 Bedford Square, WCi 
[Museum 6918.] ’ 



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1925 

1925 

1925 

1911 

1910 

1912 

1910 

1911 
1911 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1911 

1925 

1910 

1925 

19x0 

1925 

1911 

1925 

1911 

1911 

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1910 

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Number. 

1389 Klingender : Frederick Louis (F. L. & K. Klingender), 
Broken Hill Chambers, 31 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. 

2728 URnight : Herbert, Dominion House, Bartholomew Close, 
E.C.i. 

2427 ||Knopp : Harold Samuel, 32 Nevilledale Terrace, Durham. 
2486 ['[Knott : Ernest Richard, 80 West View, Letchworth, Herts. 
2806 ||Koerner: Alfred, d.p.l.g. ; 21 Quai de 1 ’Horloge, Paris, 
France. 

1392 Kyle: Arnold Woodrow, 113 Church Road, Low Fell, 
Gateshead-on-T yne . 


88 Lacy: George John Joseph [x 12 Hanley Road, Stroud Green, 

N.4], 12 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.x. [Chancery 8587.] 

2003 Lain : Percy Edgar Cyril, 12 Hamilton Gardens, St. John’s 

Wood, N.W.8. 

39 Laing : Henry George Malcolm, 9 Old Square, Lincoln’s 
Inn, W.C.2. 

1394 Laird: James Austen, Croftluton, Kilmalcolm, Renfrewshire. 
456 Lake: George Frederick, 62 Park Avenue North, Hornsey, N.8. 
2712 HLakeman : Albert, 172 Orphanage Road, Erdington, Birming- 
ham. [Erdington 331.] 

2487 ||Laker : William John, 18 Ellerton Road, Wandsworth 
Common, S.W.x8. 

2338 |]Lamster : Edgar (Sames & Green), Oldfield Avenue, Darwen, 
Lancs ; 14 Richmond Terrace, Blackburn [Blackburn 5968] ; 
and 2 Knott Street, Darwen. [Darwen 432.] 

1396 Lancashire: John (W. H. Lancashire & Son), Montgomery 

Chambers, Hartshead, Sheffield. [Sheffield 20709.] 

2919 [[Lancashire : John Owen (Stockdale Harrison & Sons, 7 St. 

Martins East, Leicester. — Leicester 59465) ; “ Lynton,” 

Cropston, near Leicester. 

299 Lancaster : Percy, 17 Ash Street, Southport. 

2229 ||Land : Frank Henry, 2 St. Paul’s Road, Newton Abbot, 
Devon. [Newton Abbot 3.] 

89 Landstein : Arthur, 36 Beresford Road, Oxton, Cheshire. 
2958 ||Lane : Aubrey, Burton Chambers, Mansfield. [Mansfield 30.] 
1714 Lane : George William Curzon, Albany Villa, Drury Lane, 

Altofts, near Normanton. 

2920 HLang : Albert Lancelot, ” Oakfield,” College Road, Isle- 

worth, Middlesex. 

696 Lang : James Henry, “ The White House,” High Lane, near 
Stockport. 

806 Langbein : Oscar, Rushfield, Bowood Road, Clapham Common 
West Side, S.W. 

1397 Langham : Claude Stephens, ‘‘ Rosecare,” Moore Road, 

Mapperley, Nottingham. 

300 Langley : Samuel Henry (S. H. Langley & Son), 1 Berridge 

Street, Leicester. [Leicester Central 4619.] 

3051 |]Langley : William Josiah, Overstone, near Northampton. 
[Northampton 1366.] 

2004 Laskie : Alexander Gairns, Roselynn, Bearsden, Glasgow. 
2888 [[Lavender : Henry E., Ye Olde Queen’s Chambers, Bridge 

Street, Walsall. [Walsall 196.] 



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1911 1400 Lavenstein : Ezra, 99 Fentham Road, Handsworth, Birming- 

ham. 

1911 1401 Lawrence: Charles Alexander (Swan, Lawrence & Swan), 

P.O. Box 897, Wellington, New Zealand. [Wellington 
41-393 •] 

1911 1402 Lawrence : Charles Ernest, 78 Radcliffe Square, S.W.10. 

1935 3438 ||Lawrence : Henry Matthew, 139 Middleton Hall Road, 

King’s Norton, Birmingham. 

1910 40 Lawrence : Joseph Thomas, Ormond Chambers, 38 Great 

Ormond Street, W.C.i. [Museum 1535.] 

1913 3006 Laws : Harry James, “ Oswestry,” Galton Road, Westcliff-on- 
Sea. 

1935 37x3 HLawson : George Joseph, j.p. ; “ Butley Dene,” 34 Christ- 
church Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 1947.] 

1935 3016 ||Lawton : Charles Henry, a.m.i.c.e.i. ; “ The Myrtles,” 

Warminster Road, Bathampton, Somerset. 

1911 i4°4 Lawton : Wilfrid, 7 Mabfield Road, Fallowfield, Manchester. 

1911 991 Lazenby : Henry Goodrich, 337 Norwood Road, Heme Hill, 

S.E. 


192S 


1911 

1925 

1925 

1911 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1925 

1936 

1911 

1936 

1911 

1912 
1911 
1911 

192S 

1925 

192S 


2339 IILea : William Alfred, Chairman of the Huntingdonshire 

Branch of the Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdon- 
shire Association of Architects, 4 Market Hill, Huntingdon. 
[Huntingdon 50.] 

908 Lead : Edwin Augustus, 36 Hillcrest Road, Acton, W.3. 

2429 ||Leest : Captain Edgar May, t.d., j.p. (Leest & Waple) ; 

38 Ker Street, Devonport, Devon. [Devonport 83.] 

243 ° IILeete: Herbert, “ The Ferns,” Eynesbury, St. Neots, Hunts. 
1716 Legg : Frederick George Ivall, Ivall, Riddlesdown Road, 
Purley, Surrey. 

2530 ||Leicester : William, “ Chellaston,” Hampermill Lane, Oxhey, 
Herts. 

2340 ULello : Thomas Stanley, “ St. Margarets,” Hornchurch 
Road, Romford, Essex. 

ILevett : Percy, i Arthur Road, Cliftonville, Margate. [Clifton- 
ville 653.] 

ILevie : John Begg, 60 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, Dublin, 
Ireland. 

2488 ||Lewin : George Henry, County Education Offices. Northamp- 
ton. [Northampton 138.] 

■Lewin : Harry, Public Works Office, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Lewis : Harold Henry Graham, “ Denver,” Wood Lane, 
Osterley Park, Middlesex. 

. Lewis : John Mossop, i May Bell Avenue, Blackpool. [Black- 
pool 1294.] 

Lewis . Lewis, 29 High Street, Cardigan. [Cardigan 10 J 
Lewis : Percy Sanford, “ Palmetto,” Hackbridge Surrey 
Lewis : William Morgan, Municipal Buddings, Pontypridd. 
Lickely : Alexander, p.a.s.i. ; Templehall, Longforgan, 

2714 IILiddle : Edwin Fewster Waugh, 12 Eldon Square, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 254.] 

2906 ULighbody : Thomas Henry, 16 Alexandra Road, Hemel 
Hempstead, Herts. [Boxmoor 141 ] 

2230 ULillie : Alfred Cuthbert Mellor, Dowry House, Brownedge, 
Bamber Bridge, Lancs. [Bamber Bridge 57.] K 


2587 

2672 


3216 

640 

3247 

1412 

2010 

681 

1414 




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Elected. Number. 

1911 

1053 

1911 

993 

1925 

2715 

1926 

3217 

1925 

2819 

1925 

2232 

1925 

2588 

1925 

2866 

1910 

301 

1925 

3138 

1926 

3258 

1925 

2233 

1925 

2234 

1910 

302 

1911 

1424 

1926 

3229 

1925 

3185 

1926 

3248 

1925 

3040 

1911 

1425 

1925 

3139 

1925 

2531 

1925 

2673 

1911 

1426 

1911 

1427 

1911 

909 

1911 

910 

1925 

223s 

1925 

2342 

1927 

3264 

1911 

1430 


I9II IO55 

192s 2589 


Lindsay : Alexander Ross, Department of Works and Public 
Buildings, Ministry of Finance, Government of Northern 
Ireland, 2 Clanchattan Street, Belfast. 

Lingard : Alfred, 121 Strathyre Avenue, Norbury, S.W. 

HLissaman : William Line, Islay House, Broadway, Worcester- 
shire. [Broadway 65.] 

ULister : Alma Metcalfe, Chigwell, Hutton Avenue, West 
Hartlepool, Co. Durham. 

ULister : Bertram Thomas, 17B The Temple, Dale Street, 
Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 1276.] 

ULister : Sidney Albert, p.a.s.i. ; “ Quesna,” Bridle Road, 
Shirley, near Croydon, Surrey. 

ULitherland : Richard Sydney, 10 High Street, Burton-on- 
Trent. [Burton-on-Trent 254.] 

IILlewellyn : Reginald Llewellyn, 46 High Street, Sevenoaks. 

Lloyd : Bernard Mosley, Cornwall Buildings, 45 Newhall 
Street, Birmingham. 

IILloyd : Edward Horace, “ Ilkley,” Herringstone Road, 
Dorchester, Dorset. 

IILloyd : Graham, Castle Hadleigh, near Southend-on-Sea. 
[Hadleigh (Essex) 346.] 

II Locke : Denis Walford, 2 St. Paul’s Road, Newton Abbot, 
Devon. [Newton Abbot 3.] 

IILocke : Frank Walford, 2 St. Paul’s Road, Newton Abbot, 
Devon. [Newton Abbot 3.] 

Lockwood : William, Stocks, near Longfield, Kent. [T-A. 
Stocks, Longfield, Kent.] 

Logan : Thomas Munro, Culderry House, Garlieston, 
Wigtownshire. 

ULondon : Douglas Norman, “ Pentreath,” Brockworth, Glos. 

||Long : Edward Wallis, 6 Old Steine, Brighton. [Kemp 
Town 1080.] 

!|Longstaff : Thomas Henry, Town Hall, Penrith, Cumberland. 

ULonstein : Julius, P.O. Box 1316, Cape Town, South 
Africa. 

Lorimer : Alexander, 6 Meadowbank Crescent, Edinburgh. 

IILoukes : Douglas Henry, 55 Victoria Park, Cambridge. 

||Love : John, “ Littlecote,” Church Road, Fleet, Hants. 
[Fleet 56.] 

||Lovell : Jack Pritchard, 46 Otter Street, Derby. 

Loveys : Thomas, Herworthy, near Princetown, Devon. 

Lowbridge : Lieut.-Col. George Cecil. Walton Mead, Stafford. 

Lucas : Frederick James, Totteridge, High Wycombe. 

Luke : Herbert Arthur, 29 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

HLund : James Ernest, 120A Portland Road, Worthing. 

IILurcock : Harold John, “ Hillside,” Lenham, Kent. 

||Lye : Joseph Harry, 12 Chepboume Road, Bexhill-on-Sea. 
[Bexhill 625.] 

Lynes : George G., Westmere, East Coast Road, Takapuna, 
Auckland, New Zealand. 


Mabson : Walter West, Deepdene, Clarence Road, St. Albans. 
HMacArthur : Robert Taylor, 21 Lidderdale Road, Sefton 
Park, Liverpool. 



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19x1 1056 McCarthy: Thomas Ignatius, Central Chambers, Coalville, 

near Leicester. 

1911 91 1 M'Clelland : William, 10 Cathcart Street, Ayr. 

1911 1718 MacDonald : Donald (MacKenzie & MacDonald), County 
J ’ Buildings, Dingwall, Ross-shire. 

1925 2945 ||Macdonald : James Alexander, 96 Brook Green, W.6. 

19x0 303 Macdonald : William Roderick, Board of Education, White- 

hall, S.W.x. 

1911 496 McGarel-Hogg : The Hon. Archibald, 36 Lincoln’s Inn 

Fields, W.C.2. 

1911 996 McGarva : Gilbert, 87 Kwan Yin Sze, Peking, China. 

1925 2908 (IMachattie : John Macintosh, p.a.s.i. ; The Architects’ 

Department, County Hall, S.E.i. 

1910 306 McIntyre : John, 460 Ocean View Avenue, Powell River, 

British Columbia, Canada. 

1925 2807 ||MacKelcken : Langford Horace, F.s.A.Scot. ; 8 Bedford 

Square, W.C.x. [Museum 1965.] 

1925 2621 [(Mackenzie : Frederick Wheatley (A. J. Healey), 29 
George Street, Hanover Square, W.x. [Mayfair 5934- 
Extension 1.] 

1912 2018 Mackenzie : John, Trebarwith House, Bramhope, Leeds. 

1925 2590 |]Mackenzie : William, County Buildings, Dingwall, Scotland. 

1911 1433 McKinlay : Andrew M., Bona Vista, Ballochgoy, Rothesay. 

1911 543 Mackinnon : Captain Walter, c/o Imperial War Graves 

Commission, St. Omer, Pas-de-Calais, France. 

1911 1435 McKissack : James, 68 West Regent Street, Glasgow. 

19x1 1437 McLaren : Peter Robert, 34 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 

1911 1438 MacLeod: John Duncan [21 King Street, Wakefield. — Wake- 

field 3014 ; Williams Deacon’s Bank Chambers, St. Sepulchre 
Gate, Doncaster.— Doncaster 813] ; Outwood House, Out- 
wood, Wakefield. [Lofthouse Gate (Wakefield) 7016.] 

1912 1797 McNair: Charles James, 112 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

1911 1440 MacNaughtan : Alan George, 164 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

19x2 2020 Macritchie : George, 12 Inverlochy Place, Fort William, 

Inverness-shire. 

1911 1444 McWilliam : John Alexander, 115 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

1910 210 Maddock : George, f.s.i. (Walsh & Maddock) ; 10 Harrison 

Road, Halifax, Yorks. [Halifax 4474.] 
igi2 2021 Madgin : Alfred James, “ Anton,” 60 Femleigh Road, Winch- 
more Hill, N.21. 

1925 2591 HMaguire : Herbert William, 54 Rowsley Avenue, Hendon, 

N.W4. 

1925 2861 UMaitland : Andrew Gordon, c/o Messrs. Morton, Smart, 

Macdonald & Prosser, 19 York Place, Edinburgh. 

1925 2695 ||Maltby : Frederick Thomas, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; South Street, 
Dorchester. [Dorchester 176.] 

1911 1719 Malvern : Thomas, 21 Winchcombe Street, Cheltenham. 

1925 2236 UMander : Albert Edwin, “ Basingstoke,” 79 Cambridge Road, 

New Malden, Surrey. 

1911 1447 Manning: George William, Mapletree, Laleham, Staines, 

Middlesex. 

1925 2237 UMansell: Robert Augustus, 158 Fenchurch Street, E.C.3 
[Avenue 1977.] 

1911 583 Mansford: Frederick Herbert, Walden, Kingsend Avenue, 

Ruislip. 


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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1912 2022 Manuel : John, 316 Nanton Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 
Canada. 

1911 912 Maplesden : Charles William, 262 Longue Rue D’Argile, 

Antwerp, Belgium. 

1925 2790 UMargary : Herbert Young, Bourne Place, Famham, Surrey. 
1925 2343 [Mark : Henry James, 63 Mason’s Avenue, Wealdstone, 

Harrow. [Harrow 2720.] 

1910 251 Marks : Percy Leman, 10 Matheson Road, West Kensington, 

W.14. 

1925 2489 ||Marshall : Alfred (A. Marshall & Son), Estate Office, Burras 

House, Otley, Yorks. [Otley 183 and Leeds 26371.] 

1911 544 Marshall: Arthur James, Exploration Building, Commissioner 

Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. [Johannesburg 246.] 

1912 2024 Marshall : Arthur John, H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s 

Gate, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1925 2490 [Marshall : Charles Beresford (Marshall & Tweedy), Mervyn 

House, 129 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [New- 
castle Central 2087.] 

1926 3245 [Marshall : Henry, i Rawdon Street, Calcutta, India. 

1911 997 Marsland : Money, 30 Strathbrook Road, Streatham, S.W.16. 

[Pollards 1108.] 

1911 1450 Marston : Charles Frederick (Marston & Linford), 36 Market 

Street, Tam worth. [Tam worth 144.] 

1911 145 1 Marston: Herbert William Henry, “City View,” Stocks 

Lane, Chester. 

1911 417 Marten : William Henry Herbert, 50 Cookridge Street, Leeds. 

1925 2674 [Martin : Cyril Frederick, m.a. (Martin & Martin and W. H. 

Ward) ; 106 Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham 

Central 1349.] 

1910 42 Martin : Robert, “ Holmleigh,” Bramhall Lane, Bramhall, 

Cheshire. 

1910 158 Martin : Thomas, Blairhill, Coatbridge. 

1911 817 Martindale : Alfred Thomas, 22 Lockyer Street, Plymouth. . 

1911 1452 Marwick: Thomas Craigie (Thomas P. Marwick & Son), 

54 Northumberland Street, Edinburgh. 

1911 998 Masey : Frederick William, Bloemfontein Club, Maitland 

Street, Bloemfontein, South Africa. 

1926 3230 [Massey : James, 28 Greenway Road, Higher Tranmere, 

Birkenhead, Cheshire. 

1912 2027 Masters : Captain Frank Norman Denison, M.A.Oxon. ; 

128 Piccadilly, W.i. 

1925 2850 [Mather : Andrew, 38 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

1925 3105 [Mathison : Joseph, f.s.i. ; New Zealand House, Weame, 

Langport, Somerset. 

1925 2641 ||Matkin : George Edward, f.s.i. ; 5 Ettrick Grove, Sunderland. 

1925 2797 [Matthews : Arthur, 7 Linden Road, Boumville, Birmingham. 
1925 2921 [Matthews : Frederick John, The Lawn, Wain-a-long Road, 
Salisbury. 

1925 2889 [Matthews : Harold Haynes, Field House, Starkholmes Road, 

Matlock, Derbyshire. 

i 9 *S 3140 [Matthews : Ralph Edward, 5 Dingwall Road, Croydon. 
[Croydon 1368.] 

1911 1453 Matts: Malcolm Waverley, Staple House, Chancery Lane, 

W.C.2. 

1925 2432 [Mawhood : William, 17 Market Road, Chelmsford. 


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1925 2716 ((Maxwell : Herbert Percy, Head Quarters, Middle East, Villa 
Victoria, Cairo, Egypt. 

19x1 1454 May : Thomas Frost, 24 Gladwell Road, Homsey, N.8. 

1910 160 Mayell : Alfred Young, j.p. (Hukins 8s Mayell) ; St. James 

House, 73 Holland Park Avenue, W.rr. [Park 3705.] 

1912 2028 Mayell : Roland Young, St. James. House, 73 Holland Park 
Avenue, W.n. [Park 3705.] 

1911 1000 Maylett : William Allen, 2 St. George’s Square, Worcester. 

1925 3069 HMead : Charles Henry, 84 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. [Holbom 

0766.] 

1911 461 Meaden : John Gilbert Pitney, Temple Chambers, Temple 

Avenue, Victoria Embankment, E.C.4. [Central 6995.] 

1925 2717 KMkakin : Thomas Reginald John, ii Warwick Row, Coventry. 
[Coventry 1685.] 

1912 2030 Meldrum: Alexander Robert, c/o W. F. Anderson, Esq., 

4 Bingham Terrace, Dundee. 

1925 2491 ||Mence : Henry Frederick, 43 Upper Lattimore Road, St. 

Albans, Herts. 

1925 2862 ||Menzies : William Laird, 3675 Sixth Street, San Diego, 
California, U.S.A. 

19x5 2675 ||Mercer : Charles Wilfred (Mercer 8 c Evans), “ Antsey,” 

Blackpill, Swansea. 

1925 2493 |]Merchant : Ralph Walter, 28 Lord Street, Hoddesdon, 

Herts. [Hoddesdon 10.] 

ign 585 Meredith : Edward William, 18 Greystones Avenue, Sheffield. 
1925 2534 ((Merrison : Charles Redford, “ Tremoma,” 17 Eastbury 
Road, Northwood, Middlesex. 

19x2 2031 JMeston : Alexander Clark, District Surveyor for Bermondsey, 

Bank Chambers, Tower Bridge, S.E.i. [Hop 0558.] 

19x2 1799 Miles : Frank M., Rivington Works, 67 High Road, Woodford 

Wells, Essex. 

1911 1074 Mill : Richard Arthur, 10 Athenaeum Terrace, Plymouth. 

19x1 499 Miller: Albert Phillip, Stone House, Stone, Staffs. 

1911 1461 Miller : Charles George, 65 Chancery Lane, W.C. 

1925 2676 IIMiluer : Charles William, j.p. ; Prudential Chambers, 

15 Greengate, Stafford. [Stafford 326.] 

1910) 37s Miller : George Frederick, Borough Engineer’s Depart- 
to f ment. Town Hall, Hastings, Sussex. 

1915 ( 

I 927 J 

1911 1721 Miller : Robert Thomas, c/o Metropolitan Asylums Board, 

Sheffield House, Sheffield Street, W.C. 

19x1 820 Mills : William, 1957, xoth Avenue San Francisco, Cali- 

fornia, U.S.A. 

1925 2433 UMilne : Charles Wright, 26 Golders Gardens, Goldens 
Green, N.W.n. 

1925 3«>9S UMilne : Frank Edward, 29 Szechuen Road (5th Floor, Room 
53), Shanghai, China. 

1925 2742 ((Milne: John F., m.b.e. ; 31 Cecil Court, Fawcett Street, 
South Kensington, S.W.ro. [Kensington 8510.] 

1925 2909 IIMilnes-Foden : Thomas, 199 Deansgate, Manchester. 

1925 2643 ((Minns: Stanley Elden, Whamcliffe House, Bank Street, 
Sheffield. [Sheffield Central 1781.] 

1923 3*46 UMirza : Dara Nasarvanji, 4x Souter Street, No. 11, Bombay, 
India. 



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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1911 1464 Mitchell: Alexander McGregor, Bank Buildings, Coat- 

bridge. 

*925 3122 HMitchbll : Charles, 2 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. 
[Edinburgh 3367.] 

!925 3126 HMitchell : Charles Gordon, 14 Phillips Square, Montreal, 
Canada. 

1925 271S HMitchell : Frederick Charles (Burdwood & Mitchell), 80 

George Street, Portman Square, W.i. [Mayfair 6010.] 

1912 2033 Mitchell : J. Henry Heselton, Works and Buildings Office, 

Sealand Aerodrome, Shotwick, near Chester. 

1 91 1 1466 Mitchell: Robert Matthew (Smart, Stewart & Mitchell), 

40 Tay Street, Perth. [Perth 283.] 

1912 2034 Mitchell ; William, Goff’s Cottage, Church Road, Cheshunt, 

Herts. 

1926 3254 HMitchell: William Arnold, Borough Engineer and Surveyor, 

Town Hall, Stalybridge. 

1925 2851 HMitchener : Wallace George, County Hall, Westminster 

Bridge, S.E.i. 

j 925 2434 HMonk : William, City Surveyor and Architect’s Department, 

Town Hall, Wakefield. [Wakefield 2731.] 

1925 2769 HMoore : Alfred Ethelbert, 92 Belvidere Road, Wallasey, 

Cheshire. 

1912 2036 Moore : Harold Ellis, Beauchamp House, Churcham, 
Gloucester. 

*925 2535 HMoore : Harry Edgar, St. Thomas’s Chambers, 24 Railway 

Approach, London Bridge, S.E.r. [Hop 0235.] 

1925 2239 HMoore : James, a.m.inst.c.e., m.inst.c.e.i. (Donnelly, Moore & 

Keatinge), Rathattin, Ulverton Road, Dalkey, Co. Dublin ; 
and 14 Lower Sackville Street, Dublin. [Dublin 4410-4411.J 

1925 2878 HMoore : John, 46 Overdale Road, Derby. 

1926 3218 HMoore : John Alfred, p.a.s.1. ; 109 Palmerston Road, Bowes 

Park, N.22. 

1925 2822 HMoore : William Ernest (W. E. Moore & Son), Barclays Bank 

Buildings, High Street, Leicester [Leicester 2626] ; and at 
Sheep Street, Wellingborough. [Wellingborough 194.J 
1 91 1 1469 Morgan: Edgar Percy (Albury, Rising & Morgan), 154 Friar 

Street, Reading [Reading 550] ; and at Norfolk House, Norfolk 
Street, Strand, W.C.2. 

1929 3310 HMorgan : George Raymond, 25 Clare Street, Bristol. [Bristol 
6628.] 

1910 124 Morgan : Thomas James, “ Meadow View,” 60 Boundary 

Road, Wood Green, N. 

1925 2644 HMorgan : William David, 194 Ystrad Road, Pentre, Rhondda, 

Glam. [Pentre 75.] 

19x1 1003 Morley : John, “ Lyndhurst,” Park Side, Cambridge. 

i9 2 S 2946 HMorley : Richard, 14 Park Drive, Bradford. 

1927 3269 IIMorrell : Harold, 13 Tabley Grove, Longsight, Manchester. 

19x0 213 Morris : James, Union Casde Buildings, Adderley Street, Cape 

Town, South Africa. 

X92S 2592 HMorris : Percy, City Architect, Town Hall, Wakefield, [Wake- 
field 583O 

19x1 1472 Morrison : Latto Alexander, Murrayfield, Biggar. 

1911 500 Morter : Colonel Sydney Pelham, d.s.o. (Morter & Dobie) ; 

The Temple, 24 Dale Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 
3570.] 


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1911 

1911 

1911 

1911 


1473 Morton : Robert Reginald, 292 St. Joseph Boulevard West, 
Outremont, Montreal, Canada. 

822 Mosley : Wilfred Rowland, Temple House, George Street, 

Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

308 Mountain : William John (H. E. Hawker, Mountain & 
Bailey, St. Peter’s Chambers, Bournemouth), 4 Bethia Road, 
Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 285.] 

2240 ||Muir : John Brankstone, c/'o Public Works Department, 
Union Buildings, Pretoria, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

2040 Mules : Roderick John, Royal Naval Yard, Trincomali, 
Ceylon. 

3287 ||Mullett : Harold Leggett, m.a. ; 40 Regent Street, 

Cambridge. 

3045 HMundell : James. 

420 Murray : James, 23 Northcott Avenue, Wood Green, N. 

823 Murray : Kenneth Lisle, Architect’s Department, County 

Buildings, Stafford. 

1477 Murray : Thomas Henry, Sherbum House, Consett, Co. 

Durham. 

547 Muschaweck: Gottlieb R. C., Parkstone, Palace Road, 
Llandaff, S. Wales. 

1478 Musto : Joseph Robert, 6 Gunnersbury Gardens, Gunnersbury 

Park, W.3. 

1479 Myers : Legender William, f.s.i. ; 13 Gray’s Inn Square, 

W.C.i. 


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1925 

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1912 
1912 


2241 ||Nash : Frank, 6 New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. IHolborn 
5086.] 

2041 Nash : William Alfred, 13 The Crescent, Barnes, S.W.13. 

2043 Naylor : Chari.es Henry Reginald (Naylor, Sale & Woore) 

[Hazlewood, Derby], Smith’s Bank Chambers, Market Place, 
Derby. [Derby 1219.] 

588 Neighbour : Sidney William, 26 Hart Street, Bloomsbury 
Square. W.C.i. 

645 Newborn : Charles Reginald (Newborn & Smith), 6 New 
Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. [Kolbom 5086.] 

2044 Newby : Frederic Wales, Union Chambers, -17 King Street, 

South Shields. 

2536 HNewell : George, “ Newbrigg,” Haddingley Hill, Wakefield. 
824 Newell : Leopold Monk, Imperial War Graves Commission, 
Rouville Camp, Arras, Pas-de-Calais, France. 

1481 Newman: Augustus Wiluam, 3 Hogarth Hill, Hampstead 
Garden Suburb, N.W. 

548 Newman : Bernard Leigh, Frith Hill House, Famcombe, 
Godalmmg, Surrey. 

2344 |] Newman : Henry Arthur, Council Offices, Finchley, N.3. 

2910 HNewman : William Walter, assoc.m.inst.c.e., f.s.i.’; Muni- 

cipal Offices, High Street, Watford. [Watford 71 ]’ 

309 Newton : George, jun., c/o Messrs. W. & T. R. Milbum, 
Cranboum Mansions, Cranboum Street, W.C 2 

2911 HNewton : Louis John, “ Inglegarth,” Barnsley Road, Sandal, 

Wakefield. 

2047 Newton: Percy Gerald, 2 Tubbendens Lane, Orpington, 

Kent. [Orpington 560.] 

2048 Nicholls : Frank, 45 Bedford Row, W.C.i. [Chancery 8060.] 



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Elected. Number. 

1925 2243 IINicholls : Herbert Edward, “ Callerou,” Upper Cimla Road, 
Neath, Glam. 

1912 2049 Nicholson : Arthur Thomas, 16 Ribblesdale Place, Preston. 

1912 2050 Nicoll : James Patrick, Public Works Department, Govern- 
ment Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1911 1483 Nisbet : Edgar Charley, 12 Mansel Road, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 

1911 1484 Nisbet : John Bryan, 28 West Savile Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1911 1485 Nisbett : Hamilton More, 4 Melville Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1911 462 Norman: George Henry, 85 Kingsfield Road, Watford. 

1911 502 North : John Harry Francis, Royal Engineers Office, South 

Irish Coast Defences, Spike Island, Co. Cork. 

1925 2863 UNortham : John Lombardini, Room tioi. New York Univer- 

sity, Washington Square, New York, U.S.A. 

1925 2346 HNorthcott : Francis Frederick, p.a.s.i. ; 4 Southboume 

Gardens, Southboume Grove, Westcliff-on-Sea. 

1911 1488 Nowill: Henry, 15 Roslin Road, Sheffield. 

1925 3141 ||Nunn : Richard Aloysius, 5 Holders Hill Avenue, Hendon, 

N.W. 

1911 1489 Nunweek : Arthur, Mazda Buildings, Campo Lane, Sheffield. 

[Sheffield 4223.] 

1925 2696 |[Nye : Albert William, Town Hall, Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. 


1929 3311 HOatley : Norman Herbert, London Hospital, E.i, and 
Ravenswood, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. 

1911 1490 Ochiltree: Jack Learmonth, 37 Ord Street, W. Perth, 

Western Australia. 

1912 1755 Oddy : George Reginald, Ward’s End Chambers, Halifax. 

[Halifax 1922.] 

1925 2348 IIOcden : Clement Copeland, 42 Silver Street, Leicester. 

1911)1491 Ogden: Herbert (Rawcliffe & Ogden), 39 Norfolk Street, 
to ( Sheffield. [Sheffield 20458.] 

1920 1 
1927 7 

1925 3079 ]|Oldfield : George Harry Robert, m.c., p.a.s.i. ; 12 Priory 

Avenue, Taunton, Somerset. 

1925 2494 ||Oldfield : Henry, i John Street, Workington, Cumberland. 

1925 2243 HOldham : Stephen James, Chester House, High Street, 
Coventry. [Coventry 2180.] 

1912 2052 Oliver : Charles, 17 Jameson Street, Hull. 

1925 2244 ||Oliver : Ernest Keene, Southcott House, Pewsey, near 
Marlborough, Wilts. 

1925 2436 || Oliver : Major Henry, t.d. : 4 Verulam Buildings, Grav’s Inn, 

W.C.i. [Chancery 8036 ] 

1926 3231 UOliver : John Gould, 66 Fallowcourt Avenue, Finchley, N.i 2. 

1910 310 O’Rourke: Horace Tennyson, Brentwood, Brendan Road, 

Donnybrook, Dublin. 

1925 2595 Orton : William, Kilwardby Street, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 

Leicestershire. 

1925 2349 IIOsborne : Cyril Charles George, Abchurch Chambers, 

St. Peter’s Road, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 3208.] 

1912 1803 Osbourn : Edward, c/o F. M. Glennie, Esq., Fletchers 

Chambers, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1925 2852 IIOspalak : Alfred Albert, 25 Victoria Street, Westminster, 

l S.W.i. [Victoria 597°-] 



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Number. 

1498 Ovenden : Hugh, p.a.s.i. ; 16 Ribblesdale Place, Preston. 
648 Overall : Percy George, “ Eastern View,” Sidney Road, 
Walton-on-Thames. 


377 Overy : Charles Rand, President of the East Africa Institute 
of Architects, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, East Africa. 

3072 IIOvery : Clement Frost, 6 Micheldever Road, Lee, S.E.12. 
2596 IIOwens : John Pryce, Borough Engineer’s Department, Town 
Hall, Southport. 


1499 Page : Charles Ernest (Ernest Page & Lawrence), Crown 

Chambers, Cambrian Road, Newport, Mon. [Newport 
3886.] 

2053 Page: George Montague, “ Baymount,” Strand Road, 

Clontarf, Dublin. 

1060 Page : James (T. A. Page & Son), 67 King Street, South Shields. 
[South Shields 476.] 

1500 Page : Joseph, p.a.s.i. ; 5 Wyther Parade, Wyther Park, 

Armley, Leeds. 

2054 Page : William Meek, Royal Exchange Building, 115 Custom- 

house Quay, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1501 Pain : Frederick George, 10 Athlone Road, Upper Tulse Hill, 

S.W.2. 

1007 Painter : Alfred Eaton. 

3265 HPainter: Arthur William, 183 Wigan Road, Ashton-in- 
Makerfield, near Wigan, Lancs. 

1722 Palmer : Bernard Cuddon, 850 Hastings Street West, Van- 
couver, British Columbia, Canada. 

1502 Palmer: Bertram Henry, ii Union Street, Newton Abbot, 

Devon. [Newton Abbot 111.] 

2055 Palmer : Frank Morton (Forshaw & Palmer), 9 Market Place, 

Burton-on-Trent. [Burton-on-Trent 601.] 

2792 UPalmer : Lomax Raymond Brownlow, “ Willow Hayne ” 
200 Radcliffe Road, West Bridgford, Notts. 

2646 HPalser: Herbert, "The Kones,” Sandy Lane, Cobham, 
Surrey. 

464 Pamphilon : Walter James, 3 Newman Road, Bromley, Kent. 
2495 UPamplin : Frederick William, 215 McLeod Road, Abbey Wood, 

0,ii.2 . 


2350 UPanton : Ernest, c/o Messrs. Briggs & Thomely, 612 Royal 
Liver Building, Liverpool. 

423 Panton : Walter, Strathallan Street, Timaru, New Zealand. 
3167 UParker: Arthur Larkin, “Rockingham,” Edgbaston Park 
Koad, bdgbaston, Birnungham. 

3294 UParker : Frederick James (Wadham & Son, in Duke Street, 
mrrow -m-Furness) , 8 Princess Street, Barrow-in-Furness. 
[.Barrow 72,] 

2245 UParker : John Falkingbkidge, j.p. ; Audrey House, Ely 
Place, Holbom, E.C.i. [Holbom 3013} 

l|PA Sng£^ B£NCE BERTRAMi The Esta * e 0ffice > Boumville, 

Parkinson : Edgar Harrison, Bank of Liverpool Chambers, 
Tyrrel Street, Bradford. [Bradford 643 1 . j 


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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1925 3142 (IParkinson : Edward Baldrey, Bridge Street, St. Ives, Hunts. 

1910 126 Parr : Samuel George, New Broad Street House, E.C. 

[Central 3788.] 

1925 2922 UParrott : Stanley Charles (Brown & Parrott), 9 George Street 

West, Luton. [Luton 862.] 

1925 2808 IJParsons : Harold Richard, 105 Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Central 6811.] 

1925 3017 HParsons : Herbert Henry, 43 Chart Road, Folkestone, Kent. 

1911 924 Parsons : O. P., 14 Temple Street, Birmingham. 

1925 3018 ||Parsons-Jones : H.arry, Prudential Chambers, Bailey Street, 

Oswestry [Oswestry 44] ; and at Wrekin House, Gobowen, 
Shropshire. 

1910 46 Partridge : Sidney Herbert, 42 Fisher Road, Newton Abbot. 

1911 1508 Paterson: Gavin, 4 Cadzow Street, Hamilton. 

1925 2437 IIPaterson : William Esson (Fry, Paterson & Jones), 28 

Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare [Weston-super-Mare 
361] ; and 2 Richmond Mansions, Weston-super-Mare. 
x 9to 313 Paton : James Stanley, Housing Architect’s Office, Reading. 
1911 1510 Patterson : William, 25 Wendover Road, Forest Hill Gardens, 

Long Island, New York, U.S.A. 

1925 2743 IIPatterson : William, 7 West Relugas Road, Edinburgh. 

1911 1511 Paul: Arthur Forman Balfour, 16 Rutland Square, 

Edinburgh. 

X 92S 2793 IIPaul : Henry, f.s.i. ; 64 Clovelly Road, Ealing, W.5. 

1911 825 Paulin : Arthur Cocks, Brackenhurst, Bexley, Kent. 

Jtgn 1723 Pawley : Ernest, St. John’s Road, Sevenoaks. 

1925 3151 ||Payne : Douglas Harold (Harold Whiteman & Douglas 

Payne), 9 Priory Row, Coventry. [Coventry 4374.] 

1910 127 Payne : James Alfred, 27 Stanhope Gardens, Ilford, Essex. 

1911 1512 Peace: Thomas Smith, jun., Inganess Cottage, Kirkwall, 

Orkney. 

1911 1513 Peacock: John Holden, “Shore,” Arbroath, Scotland. 

1925 3143 ]|Peard : Thomas William Edgar, Rossmoyne, Ballintemple, 

Cork. 

1925 2891 ||Pearn-Lewis : Joseph, Canada House, Baldwin Street, Bristol. 

[Bristol 6516.] 

1925 2247 ||Pearson : Ernest Walter, 2 Beresford Road, West South- 

bourne, Bournemouth. [Bournemouth 234.J 
1925 2647 J|Pearson : Frederick Cavendish, p.as.i. ; 20 Meadow Close, 

Sutton, Surrey. 

1925 2497 ||Pearson : William Herbert, “ Bilmar,” Purley Hill, Purley, 

Surrey. 

1925 2971 ||Peel : Arthur, “ The Nook,” Leigh, Lancs. [Leigh 58.J 
1925 2438 ||Peirce : Peter, 30 St. Petersgate, Stockport. [Stockport 

2157J „ , 

1925 2439 ||Peirce : Richard George, “ Terrynge,” St. Thomas Road, 

West Worthing. 

1925 2248 ||Pendleton : Basil, 16 Brazennose Street, Manchester. [Man- 

chester City 3562.] 

1911 827 Penty : Arthur Joseph, 59 Church Street, Isleworth, Middlesex. 

1910 255 Percival : Joseph Ashton (Burton, Percival & Lever), 150A 

Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne. [Ashton-under-Lyne 
142.] 

1925 3x97 ||Perera : Joseph Peter, Moratuwa, Ceylon. 

1925 2440 IIPerkins : Joseph, County Education Offices, Northampton. 


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1928 


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2061 

830 

5°4 

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2648 

2538 

3ii7 


1526 

1527 
2356 

130 

3292 


1911 465 


UPerren : Captain Frank Arnold (Foster 
Northdown Road, Cliftonville, Margate, 

484.] 

Perry : Marten Bingham, “ Ridgwood,’ 

Avenue, Woodford Green, Essex. 

UPeters : Richard Arthur, 14 Windermere Road, Coulsd on, 
Surrey. 

IIPeto : Gilbert Eyre, i Belmont, Bath. 

IJPetrovitch : Douchan S., A.A.Diploma ; c/o Messrs. 

Swan & Maclaren, Architects, Singapore, Straits Settlements. 
Pett : Albert Edward, 168 Lower Clapton Road, E.q. 
Phillips: George Ridley [28 Victoria Street, S.W.I.], 24 
Sternhold Avenue, Streatham Hill, S.W. 

UPhillips : Harold John, Royal London House, 35 Paradise 
Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Mid. 3330.] 

Phillips : John, 10 Eastmoor Road, Wakefield, Yorks. 

Philpot : Stanley, 65 High Street, Tunbridge Wells. 
HPickering : John, Southbourne, Cowick Lane, Exeter. 

IjPiCKLEs : John, 29 Pearson Lane, Daisy Hill, Bradford. 
I'Pidsley : F rank Morley, “ Elmwood,” Norton Way North, 
Letchworth, Herts. 

Piercy: Arthur Raymond Pratt, Kingsway Chambers, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

Piercy: .Matthew Algernon, “ Ben well,” 60 Scholes Lane, 
Prestwich, Lancs. 

IIPinder : Frederick Napier, “ Winster,” Victoria Road East* 
Fulwood, Preston. 

Pipe : Frederick Daniel (Pipe & Hunt), 87 George Street, 
Portman Square, W.i. [Ambassador 9736 ] 

Piper : Stephen, 30 Woodland Terrace, Darlington. 
UPlackett : Arnold, Imperial Buildings, 11 Derby Road Long 
Eaton. [Long Eaton 76.] 

Player : William John, County Hall, Westminster Bridge, 

b.h.I. 

Pluck : James Edward, 44 Hamilton Road, Colchester 
Pollard: Ernest Arthur, 36 St. Olave’s Road York 
Pollard : William, 13 Bristol Road, Sheffield 

P °St L re“ w?° UGLAS WARREN ’ M - A - 0x °n. ; 48 Paddington 

: ’ P °Bath G : RALPH SkEATE> 9 Shakespeare Avenue, Wellsway, 

teSSS&r * Amo ' d) ' 6 Martet 

.Porter : Harold Nixon, President of the Transvaal Provincial 

CTl SSf“ Ar,UM ‘' p ° ■*» joh™...- 

p™ : SU y? EN ’ New Hal1 Farm - Heaton, Bolton Lancs. 

'Pott? ,nl' RTE L ,f IA Warwick Street, Worthing. 

" Nevvcastlempm-Time 3 ’ Avenue, Walker Gate, 

i-J2Si G ™^\x^7“ k * R0 * d EaSt ’ Wolverhampton. 
Salford, Lancs ’ 7 Englneer s Town Hall, 

° ffice ’ S ° Uth - Railway, 




Register of Licentiates 


289 


Serial 

Elected. Number. 

549 Poysek : John Rigby, Brookside, Attenborough, near Nottingham. 
1910 2i6 Prangnell : John Cecil, 3 Eastgate Street, Winchester. 

1926 3219 UPkatt : Edwin Lambert, c/o Senior Works and Buildings 
Officer, R.A.F. Headquarters, Cairo, Egypt. 

1913 2064 Prentice : Arthur Godbold, 17 Victoria Street, Westminster, 
S.W.i. [Victoria 5739.] 

1912 2065 Prescott : Orlando Edmund Thomas (Prescott & Bold), 
8 King Street, Wigan, Lancs. [Wigan 228.] 

1925 2498 !|Preston : Frank Anderson Baillie, F.s.A.Scot. ; Burgh 

Surveyor’s Office, Buchanan Street, Milngavie, Scotland. 
[Milngavie 61.] 

1912 2066 Prestwich : Harold Oswald (J. C. Prestwich & Sons), Brad- 
shawgate Chambers, Leigh, Lancs. [Leigh 228.] 

19H 1532 Prestwich : James Caldwell (J. C. Prestwich & Sons), 
Highfield, Leigh, Lancs. 

1910 379 Price : Frederic Graham, 19 Linkenholt Mansions, Stamford 

Brook Avenue, Ravenscourt Park, W. 

1925 2823 HPrice : Thomas John Bertram, “ Salopia,” Compton Avenue, 
Parkstone, Dorset. 

19 1 1 1533 Priest: Arthur, Godstall Chambers, Eastgate Row North, 

Chester. 

1925 2799 UPriest : Frank Ralph. 

1929 3315 IIPriestley : Clarence Joseph, 5 Childs Way, Hampstead 

Garden Suburb, N.W.n. 

1925 2499 ||Prince : William John (Symington & Prince), 1 West Street, 

Museum Square, Leicester. [Leicester 2338.] 

1911 550 Prior : Arthur Sparks, p.a.s.i. ; 31 Montpelier Crescent, 

Brighton. 

1925 2250 HProvis : Harold (Baines, Provis & Cope), 22 Friar Lane, 

Leicester. [Leicester 60059.] 

1925 2441 HPulford : Captain William James, 5 Belmont, Shrewsbury, 

Salop. [Shrewsbury 15.] 

1911 836 Puntin : James Henry, Suite 308, Darke Block, Regina, Canada. 

1912 2068 Purdie : Thomas Stewart, 102 Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon 

Park, S.W.iq. 

1925 2831 |]Pyw'ell : Joseph Arthur, “ Four Winds,” Banstead Road, 

Ewell, Surrey. [Epsom 9198.] 


1928 3285 HQuarmby : John Varley, Borough Engineers’ Dept., Towm Hall, 
Hastings. 

1911 1063 Qu£r£e : Hedley Cecil, Hazel Combe, Bagot, Jersey. 

191 1 551 Quibell : Alexander George Albert, 18 Waterloo Street, 

Camberwell, E.6, Victoria, Australia. 

1925 2824 HQuilter : Walter Vernet, Mare de Carteret, Guernsey, C.L 

[Guernsey 1875.] 


1910 131 Ralph : Ernest Wyatt, Leader’s Buildings, King Street, Wigan. 

[Wigan 470.] 

*925 3173 HRandell : Major Albert Joseph, v.d., j.p. ; 16 Market Place, 

Devizes. 

1910 94 Rangeley : Alfred, 72 Albert Road, Levenshulme, Manchester. 

1912 2070 Rankin : William, 86-29, 138th Street, Jamaica, New York, 
U.S.A. 

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Elected. Number. 

1911 1536 Ratcliffe : George, Architect, Engineer’s Office, L.N.E.R., 

King’s Cross, N.i. 

1911 1 1538 Rawcliffe : George Herbert (Rawcliffe & Ogden), 39 Norfolk 
to ( Street, Sheffield. [Sheffield 20458.] 

1916 i 
1927 ’ 

1925 2649 |(Rayne : Thomas Vincent, i Higham Place, Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne. [Newcastle Central 1028.] 

19x0 381 Read : Norman, 34 Friar Lane, Leicester. [Leicester 1781.] 

1911 837 Reaveley : Albert, 21 Linskill Terrace, North Shields. 

1925 2539 ||Redgrave : Claude, Barbican Chambers, Earl Street, Coventry. 

[Coventry 586.] 

1911 1540 Reed : Percy Walter, 198 Algernon Road, Lewisham, S.E. 

1927 3276 ||Reeks : Stanley Thomas Charles, c/o Public Works Depart- 

ment, Sudan Government, Khartoum, Sudan. 

1928 3296 |[Rees : David Watkin, p.a.s.i. [8 Wind Street, Ammanford] ; 

“ Y Garth Glyd,” Iscennen, Ammanford, S. Wales. 

1925 2358 ||Rees : Major Frederick William, r.e. (F. W. Rees & Partners); 

44 Park Lane, Croydon. [Croydon 1030.] 

1925 2622 ]|Rees : Jacob, Hillside Cottage, Pentre, Rhondda, Glam. 

1911 832 Rees-Poole : Vivian Sydney, 28-30 Connaught Buildings, St. 

Andries Street, Pretoria, South Africa. 

191 1 1013 Reeve : Albert Alexander, 9 Whittington Road, Bowes Park, N. 

1911 552 * Reeves : Captain Augustus Seymour [i Queenborough Terrace, 

W.2. — Park 1724] ; Hanover Buildings, 39 Maddox Street, 
W.i. [Mayfair 2927.] 

1925 3118 ||Reid : Jack Robert Wilson, c/o Public Works Department, 

Accra, Gold Coast Colony, West Africa. 

1910 315 Reid : John Andrew, it Jane Street, Blythswood Square, 

Glasgow. 

1911 652 Reid: Thomas John Miller (Wm. P. Horsburgh), D 16 

Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. [Liverpool Central 2096.] 
1911 1542 Reid: William, 127 Hyndland Road, Glasgow. 

1925 2979 IIReith : Alexander Murray, o.b.e., j.p. ; c /o Messrs. George 

Service & Co., Sohrab House, Hornby Road, Bombay, India. 
1911") 553 Reynolds: James Gilbert, Millbrook House, Haverfordwest, 
to ( Pembrokeshire. 

1915 ( 

1927 ) 

1925 2442 [(Reynolds : Leonard Arthur (Whiteing & Reynolds), 3 Lady- 
gate, Beverley, Yorks. [Beverley 133.] 

1925 3160 [Rhodes: Frederick William, 131 Upper Wortley Road, 

Leeds. [Leeds 24395.] 

1911 590 Rice: Frederick David, 52 Julian Avenue, Acton. W. 

1911 917 Rich: Roland, i Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

1925 2443 [Richards : Daniel Herbert, f.s.i. (Boot & Richards) - Com- 

merce Court, 1 1 Lord Street, Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 1099.] 
1925 2677 HRichards: Edwin William Gruffydd, Glebeland House 

Merthyr Tydfil. 


1925 

1912 

1925 


2650 HRichards : William Henry David, n Gray’s Inn Chambers, 
20 High Holbom, C.W.i. [Chancery 7232 ] 

2071 Richardson : Harry Thurstax (Deakin & Richardson), Hilton’s 
a a tm Chambers > Mardol Head, Shrewsbury'. [Shrewsbury 3272.] 
2698 [[Richardson: John Blythe, 26 Printing Office Street, Don- 
caster. [Doncaster 29.] 




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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1911 508 Richardson : John Ernest, Weir View, Shepperton, Middlesex. 

1912 2072 Riddle : Wilfrid Patterson, City Architect’s Department, 

Guildhall, Hull. 

1925 2745 HRidges : Henry George Boswood, 2 Gibbs Road, Above Bar, 

Southampton. [Southampton 2657.] 

1929 3308 HRidgeway : Clement Bernard, “ Lulworth,” Padley, Grindle- 

ford, Derbyshire. 

1911 839 Ridsdale : Alfred Cyril, York Comer, Chertsey, Surrey. 

1925 2444 HRigg : Percival Birkett, Monmouth House, Frome, Somerset. 

1910 316 Rigg : Richard Morton, Comey Square, Penrith, Cumberland. 

1925 2359 HRighton : Charles Shirt, f.s.i. ; 20 St. Ann’s Square, Man- 

chester [Manchester City 5233] ; and 8 Derby Street, Marple, 
Cheshire. [Marple 104.] 

1911 1550 Riley : Charles Henry, Glenfield, Wendover, Bucks. 

1925 2912 ||Rivett : Sidney, 2 South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 

[Great Yarmouth 244.] 

1912 2073 Roberts : Charles Henry, 53 Esk Street, Invercargill, New 

Zealand 

1925 2251 ||Roberts : David Henry, Church Street Chambers, Wombwell, 

Yorks. [Wombwell 20.] 

1925 2719 [IRoberts : Ernest Drummond, 49 George Street, Portman 

Square, W.i. [Welbeck 2826.] 

1911 1554 Roberts: Evan (Taylor, Roberts & Bowman) [“ Trigfa,” 

Highbury Avenue, Prestatyn, N. Wales], 10 Clegg Street, 
Oldham. [Oldham 1227.] 

1925 2892 URoberts : Frederick Andrew, Earl Chambers, Mold, Flint- 

shire. [Mold 41.] 

1911 840 Roberts: George Arthur, Commonwealth Bank Chambers, 

114A Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1925 2445 URoberts : Harry' Oswald Warren, 5 Dalton Road, Ipswich. 
1925 3019 URoberts : Hugh, c/o 3 New Houses, Rhydygolen, Mold, N. 
Wales. 

1912 1556 Robertson : Alexander, Public Works Department, Geraldton, 

Western Australia. 

1912 1831 Robertson : Francis George Glyn, Morland, Skelmorlie, 

Ayrshire. 

1911 1557 Robertson : James David, P.O. Box 396, Bulawayo, Southern 

Rhodesia. 

1911 919 Robertson : Robert, 45 St. Mary’s Mansions, Paddington, W. 

1911 1014 Robinson: Frank James [Greendown House, Combe Down, 

Bath], 20 High Street, Keynsham, Somerset. [Keynsham 
29.] 

I 9 2 5 2540 [Robinson : Graham John, 29 Sandy Lane South, Wallington, 

Surrey. 

1923 2541 [Robinson : Herbert Millar (Gregory & Robinson, Castle Gate 

Chambers, Castle Gate, Nottingham), 37 Rectory Road, West 
Bridgford, Nottingham. 

1927 3267 [Robinson : Maurice Dixon (McCall & Robinson), 7 Tacketts 

Street, Blackburn [Blackburn 6307] ; and Vicarage Estate 
Office, Maclure Road, Rochdale. [Rochdale 3407.] 

1925 2252 [Robson : Frederick, Southam Chambers, Waltham Street, 

Hull. [Hull Central 1255.] 

1929 3303 [Rogers : Ernest Arthur, f.s.i. (G. C. Vemon-Inkpen & 
Rogers), 40 Commercial Road, Portsmouth, [Portsmouth 
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Elected, Number. 

1925 3020 ||RoGEBS:GEORGEREYNOLDHuBEHT(HubertRogers& Victor Ward), 

Central Chambers, Goat Street, Swansea. [Swansea 4887.] 
1925 2446 URogers: Matthew Spencer, pjt.s.i. ; County Surveyor’s Office 

(Eastern Division), Wrexham, North Wales. [Wrexham 265.] 
1925 3202 [Rogerson : Harold William, 53 Palmer Park Avenue, Reading. 

1911 509 Rolfe : William Benjamin, i Belmont, Bath. [Bath 604.] 

1925 3021 URolland : Lawrence Anderson, 6 Links Place, Leven, Fife, 

Scotland. 

1926 3261 HRolls : Harold Arthur, 31 High Street, Leighton Buzzard. 

[Leighton Buzzard 29.] 

1925 3130 URoome : William John Waterman, f.r.gs. ; “ Kivu,” Cecil 

Road, Swanage, Dorset. 

1911 1561 Roper: John Edwin, The Pines, Red Hill, near Birstall, 

Leicestershire. 

1925 3182 HRosher : Cecil William, St. John’s Chambers, 8 Bridle- 

smith Gate, Nottingham. 

1928 3298 ||Ross : Herbert Reginald, 65 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. 
[Holbom 4629.] 

1910 384 Ross : William Arthur (Ross & Briggs), Eldon Chambers, 

75.A Manningham Lane, Bradford. [Bradford 2486.] 

1911 1015 Ross: William Harvey, “ Wellfield,” Eton Avenue, Sudbury, 

Middlesex. 

1925 2361 URossiteh : Edward Thomas, 69 Garden Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey. 

1912 2077 Rossiter : Horace Edward, Burleigh, Brisbane Road, Ilford. 
1912 2078 Rothwell : Edwin, Rye Bank Road, Seymour Grove, 

Manchester. 

1925 2699 URoughley : Edward, Wrexham Chambers, High Street, 
Prestatyn, Flintshire. [Prestatyn 73.] 

1911 510 Round: Abel, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

1925 3022 HRovedino : Harry George, 143A Fellows Road, Hampstead, 

N.W.3. 

1912 2080 Royds : Alan Francis, 2 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C. 1. rChancery 

8126.] 

1911 592 Royle : Fred Murray, a.m.inst.c.e. (Taylor & Royle) ; 

Grosvenor Chambers, 23 King Street, Nottingham. [Notting- 
ham 40842 .] 

1910 385 Ruchwaldy : John Samuel, 228 Mount Pleasant, off Thomson 

Road, Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

1925 3131 [IRudkin : Frank, Sudbury, Harrow. 

1911 1565 Ruffle: Hugh William Ellis, Architects’ Department, New 

County Hall, S.E.i. 

1925 2253 IIRussell : Arthur Charles, Library Chambers, 13 Basingball 

Street, E.C.2. [London Wall 5608.] 

1925 2254 IIRussell : George Herbert, 66 Bancroft, Hitchin. 

1911 1566 Russell : John, c/o Messrs. Joseph Taylor & Buckley, 9 Clegg 

Street, Oldham. 

1925 3205 iIRussell-Taviner : Stanley, “ Alciston,” The Twitten, South- 

wick, Sussex. 

1925 2948 [! Russell- Walker . Robert Wortley Graeme, 2 Tiemev Road, 

Streatham Hill, S.W. 

1925 3161 ||Ryan : Bernal John, o.b.e., m.c., t.d., p.a.s.i. ; Executive 

Engineer, P.V ,D., Jaipur-State, Jaipur, Rajputana, India. 
1927 3277 [Ryland : George William Henry (Leonard W. Barnard & 
Partners), 14 Promenade, Cheltenham [Cheltenham 3690]: 
and at 33 Southgate Street, Winchester. [Winchester 473.] 


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Elected. Number. 

1911 1016 Sadler : Charles Ernest, 113 Esmond Road, Bedford Park, W. 4. 
1925 3080 ||Sainsbury ; Frederick George, 154 Friar Street, Reading 

[Reading 1395], and at 22 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

1925 2448 ([Salisbury : Arthur Henry, Bramshott Manor, near Liphook, 
Hants. [Liphook 57.] 

1912 2083 Salkeld : Thomas, 2 Thirlwell Avenue, Carlisle. 

1925 2794 [Salmon : Charles Edgar, 67 High Street, Reigate. 

191 1 1S69 Salmond : William (Maclaren, Soutar & Salmond), 15 South 

Tay Street, Dundee [Dundee 2079], and “ Rubislaw,” 17 
Adelaide Place, Dundee. 

1910 317 Sampson : Robert William, Manor Offices, Sidmouth, Devon. 

1910 386 Samson : Harold Overall (Samson & Colthurst), 1 Hammet 

Street, Taunton [Taunton 162], and 51 High Street, Bridge 
water. [Bridgwater 60 .] 

1925 2542 [Samuels : Harold, Hollybush House, Canal Street, Chester. 

1911 1017 Sandbach : Joseph Charles Howard, 27 Albert Road, 

Southport. 

1911 1570 Sanderson: Bertie, The Beeches, Winslow, Bucks. 

*925 3x68 ||Sanderson : Frank, Pinchinthorpe, Guisborough, Yorks, 

1912 2084 Sanderson : Louis Norman, 18 York Place, Scarborough. 

1912 1810 J Sands : Hubert C., Amhurst, Guibal Road, Lee, S.E. 

j 925 2731 (ISargent : Frederick Lionel, 44 Com Street, Bristol. [Bristol 
2912.] 

1925 3098 ||Sargisson: William Fred, i Salisbury Avenue, Broadstairs, Kent. 

1910 95 Sattin : Benjamin, Property Commissioner’s Department, 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

1911 1019 Saunders: John (Sheppard & Lockton), 24 Castle Gate, 

Newark-on-Trent. [Newark 166.] 

1925 ,2732 [Saunders : Vivian, Marshall’s Chambers, 4 Clarence Street, 
Cheltenham. [Cheltenham 2321.] 

■926 3249 [Savage : Albert Edward, “ Ventnor,” 3 St. David’s Avenue, 

Carmarthen. 

1 9 10 219 Saville : Albert Powis, 34 Frognal, Hampstead, N.W.3. 
r 9t2 x8u Saxty : Herbert Reginald, 2 Spencer Road, Strawberry Hill, 

Middlesex. 

*9ii 1020 Scaping: Herbert Charles, Court Chambers, Grimsby. 

1925 2449 [Scarlett : Alfred B. (Scarlett & Manning), 10 Gray’s Inn 

Square, W.C 1. [Chancery 7316.] 

J 92 S 2544 1 1 Scare : Stanley, m.c. ; 17 Rawdiffe Lane, Clifton, York. 
*925 2362 IjScATCHARD : Fred (Blenkinsopp & Scatchard), Midland Bank 

Chambers, Bank Street, Castleford, Yorks. [Castleford 167.]' 
! 92S 3057 [Schofield : Richard William, 56 Musters Road, West 

Bridgford, Notts. 

1912 2086 Scholte : Anton Hendrik, Public Works Department, Union 

Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. 

1925 2959 HSchumm : Wilfred Eberhardt, 49 Albert Road, Middlesbrough. 

[Middlesbrough 1504.] 

1 9 H 1572 Sclanders : William Wardlaw, c/o The Hong Kong and 

Shanghai Bank Ltd., Gracechurch Street. E.C. 

1925 2880 IlScorr : Alfred Irving, “ Rockbank,” Compton, near 
Wolverhampton 

1911 1576 Scott : Charles Marriott Oldrid, 2 Dean’s Yard, West- 

minster, S.W.i. 

1919 387 Scott : Gilbert Telfer, c/o Pollock, 13 Bellevue Road, 

Edinburgh. 


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1577 Scott : Thomas Henry Birchall, Glasslyn, Brentwood, Essex. 
2450 1 1 Scott : William (Bradshaw Gass & Hope), 19 Silverwell 

Street, Bolton, Lancs. [Bolton 1746-1747.] 

225s IISeal : Arthur John, Hampstead House, Yelverton Road, 
Bournemouth. 

2088 Seaman : Albert Edward, Campus Cottage, Marshall Road. 

Rainham, Kent. 

466 Seaman : Edward FitzEdward, “ Alvaston,” Lichfield Grove, 
Church End, Finchley, N. 

1725 Selwyn : Stanley, 117 Tunstall Road, Croydon. 

2700 ||Sewell : Arthur Edward, Messrs. Truman, Hanbury, 
Buxton & Co., Brewery, Spitalfields, E.i. [Bishopsgate 
2200.] 

2089 Sewell : Captain Reginald Vaughan Thomas, R.E., Royal 

Engineers Office, Milldam, Portsmouth. 

1578 Sexton : George Alexander, j.p., f.s.i. (G. A. Sexton & 

Son) ; Bank Chambers, 42 High Road, Kilbum, N.W.6. 
[Maida Vale 2130.] 

96 Shadbolt: Blunden, Victoria Road, Horley, Surrey. [Horleyi3-] 
254S IIShaft : James Walter, Guildford Road, Woking, Surrey. 
2770 ||Shail : William Charles, Station Road, Llandaff, Glam. 
[Llandaff 73 .] 

2363 I|Sharman : George, 187 Palatine Road, Blackpool. 

593 Sharp : Arthur Dalton, 29 Courtfield Road, S.W.7. [Kelvin 
8440.] 

1580 Sharp : Leonard, 19 Edgehill Road, Scarborough. 

1581 Sharp : Robert, 28 Victoria Street, S.W.i. 

2091 Sharpe : David (Gauldie, Hardie & Sharpe), 26 Commercial 

Street, Dundee. [Dundee 4939.J 

51 Sharpe : Thomas William, Aire Street, Huddersfield Road, 

Dewsbury. [Dewsbury 970.] 

2625 ||Shaw : Joseph Edgar (Geo. W. Atkinson,) 1 Mark Lane, Leeds 
[Leeds 21609], “ Ashford,” Chelmsford Road, Harrogate. 
388 Shaw : Malcolm Graham, 45 Highgate, Kendal. 

3183 ||Shearley : Frederick Horatio. 

2092 Shebbeare : Henry Vivian, M.A.Cantab. ; 2 Southwood Lane, 

Highgate, N.6. 

2758 IISheehy . Brian Edward FitzGerald, m.inst.c.e.i. j 57 
O Connell Street, Limerick. [Limerick 209 ] 

1582 Sheen : William, 14 Bedford Row, W.C. [Holbom 0322.] 

52 Shelmerdine : Edmund John, 79 Marchmont Road, Walling- 

ton, Surrey. 


3232 

654 

1584 

2771 

655 
2364 
3023 


llbHEPARD : Thomas, jun., 2 Oxford Road, Horsham, Sussex. 
bHEPFAM) : Arthur Edward, 8 Pentonville, Newport, Mon. 
[Newport 3856.] 

Sheppard : Raymond, c/o National Bank of New Zealand. 
17 Moorgate Street, E.C. 

;i S herlock : Edward Denton, f.s.i. ; 17 Lever Street, Man- 
Chester. [Manchester City 3047 ] 

SireRWiN : Charles Proctor, Housing Department, Borough 
Surveyors Offices, North Shields. 

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1910 390 Short : Charles Frederick, 23 Wallingford Avenue, North 

Kensington, W. 

1911 427 Short: Samuel George, “ Greenhurst,” Cranford, near 

Hounslow, Middlesex. 

J 9 2 9 3304 ||Shrewsbury : Roland Hulbert, 5 Yelverton Road, Bourne- 
mouth. 

1925 3127 ||Shrimpton : Samuel Norman, 18 Bridge Street, Knighton, 

Radnorshire. 

1925 2972 ||Shroff : Lovji Framroz (Katrak & Shroff), [Marine Mansion, 

1st Marine Street, Bombay No. 2.], 24 Church Gate Street, 
Bombay No. 1, India. 

1911 1022 Sidey : John, Collingwood House, Heavitree, Exeter. 

1927 3283 HSiebert : Charles Frederick, 83 Anson Road, Cricklewood, 
N.W.2. [Willesden 0973.] 

1925 3144 || Sills : Edwin Howard, “Engadine,” London Road, Sleaford, 

Lines. [Sleaford 130.] 

i9n 713 Simister : Henry Walter, Norwich Union Chambers, Con- 
greve Street, Birmingham. 

1925 3025 IISimmonds : Ralph, City Engineer’s Office, City Hall, Cardiff. 
1925 2256 HSimpson : Christopher, Tarleton Chambers, 85 Church 
Street, Leigh, Lancs. [Leigh 326.] 

1925 2795 IISimpson : Walter, 23 Linden Road, Boumville, Birmingham. 

1925 2257 ([Singleton : James. 

19H 1727 Sisley: Henry Arthur, Barton House, 66 Deansgate, 

Manchester. 

1925 2720 USkyrme : Herbert, 138 Widemarsh Street, Hereford. [Hereford 

24 ° 4 -l 

1925 2546 ||Slack : John, 28 Lowther Street, Carlisle. [Carlisle 635.] 

1925 2500 ||Slater : Cyril, 498 Aylestone Road, Leicester. 

1911 1588 Smedley: George Palmer, The Island, Rickmansworth, Herts. 

1925 2501 ||Smith : Albert George, 345 Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

1911 1589 Smith: Archibald Fowler, “ Tanbrook,” 48 Brookvale Road, 

Ports wood, Southampton. 

*925 2547 ||Smith : Arthur, “ Woodside,” Whitchurch Gardens, Edgware, 

Middlesex. 

1925 2451 ||Smith : Bertram James Albert, Sunnyside, Station Road, 

Hessle, East Yorks. 

1911 1728 Smith : Charles Bouton, 43 Warwick Road, Ealing, W.5. 

1925 3026 ||Smith : Claude Vivian, “ Chelsworth,” 4 Rosslyn Road, 

Firswood, Chorlton, Manchester. 

1925 2598 ||Smith : Captain Cyril Herbert, f.s.i. (Smith & Marshall), 

[Chilvester Hill House, Caine, Wilts], The Limes, Chippen- 
ham, Wilts. [Chippenham 124.] 

1911 1590 Smith : David, The Shielin, Wormit, Fife. 

1911 594 Smith: Ernest Alfred, 21 Teversal Avenue, Lenton, 

Nottingham. 

1925 2855 |ISmith : Frederick, 8 Ashton Parade, High Road, Chadwell 

Heath, Essex. [Seven Kings 2095.] 

1925 2924 ||Smith : Frederick James, “ Northwood,” Borrowed Lane, 

Kenilworth. 

1926 3233 ||Smith : Frederick Sutton, p.a.s.i. ; 7 Ross Parade, Walling- 

ton, Surrey. [Wallington 1294.] 

1911 922 Smith: George Edwin, “Waratah,” Victoria Road North, 

Southsea. 

2094 Smith : George Henry, 41 Cliveden Road, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 


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1925 2985 ||Smith : George Samuel John Potter, Thorpe St. Andrews, 
near Norwich. 

1911 923 Smith : George Thow, 7 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

1925 2599 ||Smith : Harry Augustus Frank, “ Royston,” 11 Foster Road, 

Gosport, Hants. 

1912 2095 Smith : H. V. Crawfurth, Pembroke Estate Office, 1 Wilton 

Place, Dublin. 

1925 2453 ||Smith : Henry, f.s.i. ; 37 High Holbom, W.C.i. [Chancery 

7041.] 

1911 656 Smith: James Forbes, 7 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. 

1911 850 SMITH: JOHN LLEWELLIN, m.b.e. ; Cwmbach Road, 

Aberdare, South Wales. [Aberdare 60.] 

1910 259 Smith : John Woodfield, 14 St. Peter’s Square, Manchester. 

[Manchester City 112.] 

1925 3027 ||Smith : Leslie Fred, Williams Deacon’s Bank Chambers, Com 

Market, Derby. [Derby 1413.] 

1925 2772 ||Smith : Sidney Richard, Strathmere, Brighton Road, Coulsdon, 

Surrey. 


1925 2651 USmith : Walter James, m.c. ; 4 St. Thomas Street, Newcastle- 

upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 5809.] 

1910 56 Smith : William Auger, 13 Greek Street, Stockport, Cheshire. 

1910 260 Snailum : Walter Wadman. p.a.s.i. ; Church Street, Trow- 

bridge, Wilts. [Trowbridge 160.] 

1911 1595 Snowden : Thomas (B. S. Jacobs & T. Snowden), County 

Buildings, Land of Green Ginger, Hull. [Hull Central 4993.] 
1911 924 Soutar : Archibald Stuart (A. & J. Soutar), 8 King William 

Street, Strand, W.C.2. [Regent 2492.] 

1910 261 Southall : William, Chapel Gate, Retford, Notts. 

1911 1729 Spark : Charles H., “ Mulwa,” 9 Wylde Street, Potts Point, 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 

1925 2366 USpeight : Gilbert George, York House, Garstang Road, 

Fulwood, Preston, Lancs. 

1925 2258 HSpencer : Arthur George, “ The Homestead,” Thorpe Hall 

Avenue, Thorpe Bay, Essex. 

1910 99 Spencer : Renfrew, “ Rydal Brook,” Gedling, Notts. 

1925 2365 HSpencer : William Charles, 62 Sherwood Vale, Mapperley 

Rise, Nottingham. 

1910 391 Sprankling : Ernest, “ Brookland,” South Road, Taunton. 

1911 1023 Springall : William Thomas, Architect’s Department, Co- 

operative Wholesale Society, Ltd., St. Mary Street, Cardiff. 
1911 1067 Spurgin: Karl Branwhite, 428 Sayward Building, Victoria, 

British Columbia, Canada. 

1911 1730 Stabler: Arthur William, i Victoria Road, Springfield, 

Chelmsford, Essex. s 

1927 3278 Stafford : Arthur James (Higginbotham & Stafford), 3 Clare 
Street, Dublin. [Dublin 61265.] J 

19*5 3177 || Stalker : John, 57 Highgate, Kendal, Westmorland 

1912 1814 Stallwood : Herbert Athill, Market Place Chambers, 

Reading. [T.A. “ Stallwood, .Architect, Reading.” — Reading 
2547-J 


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1600 Stamford : Bernard B., 75 Norwood, Beverley 
927 Stark : James Rogers, Pitchcroft, Grove Park, Wanstead E 
469 Starkey : Alfred Ernest, 23 Victoria Road South, Portsmouth. 
2454 IISteanb : George Arthur, i oa Hay Lane, Coventry, f Coventry 


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Elected. Number. 

1910 166 Stebbing : William Pinckard Delane, Fiveways, Upper 

Deal, Kent. 

1912 2099 Stedman : James, High Street, Kinross, Scotland. 

1910 319 Steel: John Bothwell, 213 West Campbell Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Douglas 1466.] 

1925 2367 ||Steel : Walter Reginald (Manning & Steel), 5 George Street 

West, Luton, Beds. [Luton 776.] 

1911 1064 Steel: William, 22 Fawcett Street, Sunderland. 

1925 2810 ||Steele : Matthew, Union Street, Bo’ness, West Lothian. 

1911 1732 Steer: Walter, 126 Preston Drove, Brighton. 

1925 3052 UStephens : Seth, “ Brownholme,” Abbey Road, Blackpool. 

1912 2101 Stephenson : Samuel James, 2 Saville Place, Newcastle-upo 1- 

Tyne. [Newcastle Central 5389.] 

1911 853 Stevens: Edgar, 112 Weldon Crescent, High Heaton, Ncw- 

castle-upon-Tvne. 

1911 1603 Stevenson: Ernest, 5 African Banking Corporation Building, 

Main Street, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1911) 854 Stevenson: Captain Ernest Gabriel, Resident Architect, 
to ( Midland Bank Limited, 5 Threadneedle Street, E.C.2. 

1922!, [London Wall 248 1 .] 

1924] 

1925 2548 ||Stewart : Alan, 103 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. 

[Bournemouth 644.] 

1925 2825 ||Stewart : Alexander, 4462 St. Catherine Street, Westmount, 

P.Q., Canada. 

1925 2826 UStewart : Alexander Davidson, “ Bellevue,” 5 The Gardens, 
Harrow. 

1911 657 Stewart: ‘Donald Alexander (Smart, Stewart & Mitchell), 

President of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and 
the Dundee Institute of Architects, 4oTay Street, Perth. [Perth 283 .] 
1925 2893 UStewart : George, 28 Upland Road, East Dulwich, S.E.22. 
1911 1025 Stewart : Hugh, c/o G. A. West, Esq., Kaslo, British 
Columbia, Canada. 

1911 1066 Stienlet : Pascal Joseph (Stienlet & Maxwell), Saville 

Chambers, North Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle 
Central 3389.] 

1925 3028 UStimpson : William James, Surveyor, Council Offices, Hoo, 

near Rochester. 

1910 322 Stockdale : John Carrington, 12 Hart Street, Bloomsbury 

Square, W.C.i. [Holbom 1450.] 

1912 1815 Stockwell : Edward, The Lower Mead, East Mailing, Kent. 

1910 167 fSTOKES : Albert Perkins, District Surveyor for Camberwell, 

173 Heme Hill, S.E.24. [Brixton 3445.] 

1911 1605 Stokes : Ernest Edward, Marl Park Studio, Victoria Drive, 

• Llandudno Junction, North Wales. 

1911 1027 Stone: Charles Sidney, Park Farm, Monks Orchard, Shirley, 

Surrey. 

1925 2368 ||Story : Lieut.-Colonel Philip Francis, d.s.o., f.s.i. ; c/o The 

Marquess of Northampton’s London Estates Office, 19 
Northampton Square, E.C.i. [Clerkenwell 4487.] 

1925 3099 ||Stott : Clement Horner, P.O. Box 7, Pietermaritzburg, 

South Africa. 

1910 392 Stott : James Edward, Bridge Street, Todmorden. 

1923 2600 ]|Stout : Jacob Stephenson, 36 Lowther Street, Whitehaven. 

[Whitehaven 38.] 




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1925 2259 ||Stowell : Hugh Spencer, 26 Queen’s Gardens, Ealing, W.5. 

1925 2652 ||Stredder : Frederick Charles, Engle-Nook, Willson Road, 

Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey. 

1925 3089 ||Stringer : Archibald Joseph, 53 McLean Avenue, Balmy 

Beach, Toronto, Canada. 

1911 1608 Strong: Francis David, Public Works Department, Union 

Buildings, Pretoria, South Africa. 

1911 1609 Stroud : Albert William [“ Towan,” Woodside Road, 

Cobham, Surrey], c/o H.M. Office of Works, Storey’s Gate, 
S.W.i. 

1925 3114 ||Strudwick : Francis John, “ Stradboumo,” St. George’s 

Road, Wallington, Surrey. 

1925 2949 ||Stubbs : Rowland (George Bradbury & Sons), 14 Cook Street, 

Liverpool. [Liverpool Bank 3761.] 

1911 430 Sturges : Herbert John, 24 Gordon Road, Gunnersbury, W. 
19x1 855 Sulley : Henry, 21 Arboretum Street, Nottingham. [T.A. 

Sulley, Nottingham — Nottingham 2360.] 

1925 2783 HSunderland : Amos, Friars Gate, Orchard Avenue, Shirley, 

Croydon. 

1925 2746 ||Surtees : Ernest Charles, Raby Estate Office, Middleton-in- 

Teesdale, Co. Durham. [Middleton-in-Teesdale 9.] 

1925 2936 HSuvernpatki : Vishnu Mahadeo, Sandhurst Bridge, Bombay, 

No. 7, India. 

1926 3235 ||Swallow-Verrai. : Ernest Barnard, 49B St. Paul’s Street, 

Leeds. 

1925 3162 IISwann : William (Wm. Swann & Scaife) [175 Gatley Road, 

Gatley, Cheshire] ; St. Peter’s Chambers, Stockport, Cheshire. 
[Stockport 2325.] 

1925 2678 IISwanston : Stuart Murray, 174 Casewick Road, West 

Norwood, S.E.27. 

1925 2260 || Sweeney : Albert (Malcolm Burr & Sweeney), 30 Finsbury 

Square, E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 1553.] 

1911 1614 Swindells: Ernest James Jennings, L. & N.E. Railway 

(Southern Area), District Engineer’s Office, Low Level 
Station, Nottingham. 

1925 2777 II Sykes : Herbert Tho ipson, 27 Molesworth Street, Dublin. 
1911 857 Sykes : Joseph, 37A Alma Road, St. Kilda, S.2, Victoria, 

Australia. 

1911 1615 Symes : William Charles, f.s.i. (George Hubbard & Son) 45 

New Bond Street, W.i. [Mayfair 3168.] ' 

1912 2107 Symon : Archibald Anderson (Carver & Symon), 52 Lochland 

Street, Arbroath [Arbroath 238], and Brothock House, 
Arbroath, Scotland. 


1912 1763 Tait : Henry Makins, Town Office, King Williams Town 

South Africa. 

1910 57 Tanner : Douglas George, Great Western Buildings, Livery 

Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 3141.] 

1925 2701 HTanner: Frederick Arthur, 25 Buxton Road, East Sheen 
S.W.14. ’ 

1925 245 s HTansley : Harry, Alexandra Villa, Downhall Road Rayleigh 
Essex. ’ re. 

1911 928 Tansley : John Beaumont, Esp France, Ashbumham Gardena, 

Eastbourne. 



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2937 HTaraporvala : Kersasp Bhiccaji, 7-10 Elphinstone Circle, 
Fort, Bombay, India. 

860 Tatham : Trevor John, 6 Manor Way, Lee-on-the-Solent, 

Hants. 

3270 ||Tattersfield : Frank Alexander, 28 Storksmead Road, 
Burnt Oak, Edgware. 

2602 ||Taylor : Arnold, 30 Leybum Road, Darlington. 

3100 ||Taylor : Edgar Raymond, c/o The Singapore Harbour 

Board, Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

2108 Taylor : Edward, 115 Perryn Road, Acton, W.3. 

3101 ||Taylor : (Mrs.) Florence Mary, 20 Loftus Street, Sydney, 

Australia. 

1817 Taylor : Francis Robert, 12 Pleydell Avenue, Stamford 
Brook, W. 

2456 ||Taylor : Frank Percival. 

431 Taylor : Frederick William, 62 Dyer Street, Cirencester. 
3255 |]Taylor : George Austen, p.a.s.i. ; 113 Irving Road, Bourne- 
mouth. 

2109 Taylor : Harold, Manor House Offices, Barnsley. 

3234 ||Taylor : John, i Market Street, Bo’ness, Scotland. 

1618 Taylor : John Edward, 5 East Grove, Chorlton-on-Medlock, 
Manchester. 

2733 UTaylor : John Henry, 61-62 Chancery Lane, W.C.2. 
[Holbom 5674.] 

1028 Taylor: Reginald Minton, 113 Victoria Road, NAVA. 

1620 Taylor : Thomas E., The Deanery, Lanchester, Co. Durham. 

861 Taylor : William Henry, f.s.i. (Taylor & Royle) ; Grosvenor 

Chambers, 23 King Street, Nottingham. [Nottingham 40842.] 

1621 Teather : John Charles Amory, Mazda Buildings, Campo 

Lane, Sheffield. [Sheffield Central 3812.] 

2653 ||Thirlaway : Robert, f.s.i. (Burnett & Sons) ; 2 High Street, 
Southampton. [Southampton 3087.] 

2721 ||Thomas : Charles Stanley, 9 Bilton Road, Neath, Glam. 

2261 ||Thomas : David John, York Chambers, High Street. 

Blackwood, Mon. [Blackwood P.O. 22.] 

862 Thomas : Ernest James, f.s.i. (Thomas & Wilkins) ; 30 

Landport Terrace, Portsmouth. [Portsmouth 5652] and 
5 North Street, Havant. [Havant 201.] 

2457 IJThomas : George Frederick, Wessex, Brecon Road, Hands- 

worth, Birmingham. 

2113 Thomas: Owatn Tudor, County Architect, Pembrokeshire 

County Council, County Offices, Haverfordwest. 

658 Thomas : Percival Hartland, 10 St. John Street, Bristol. 
3053 ||Thomas : Thomas Edward, Central Chambers, Holyhead, 
Anglesey. [Holyhead 63.] 

2114 Thomerson : Albert, f.s.i. (Higgins & Thomerson) ; 9 Fins- 

bury Square, E.C.2. [Clerkenwell 1423.] 

2262 ||Thompson : Bruce Dermott, 73 Bridge Street, Worksop, 

Notts. [Worksop 208.] 

3301 ((Thompson : Frederick Noel Ewart (Penty & Thompson), 
20 Seamer Road, Scarborough. 

2842 ([Thompson : Major John Cyril, t.d. ; The Friary, King’s 
Bromley, Burton-on-Trent. 

2116 Thomson: Alexander Houston (James Thomson & Sons) 

7 Victoria Place, Airdrie, Scotland. [Airdrie 6.] 


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1912 2118 Thomson: James, Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Bo’ness, Scotland. 

1925 2370 [Thomson : John, a.m.inst.c.e. ; 35 Waterden Road, Guildford, 

Surrey. 

1911 1628 Thomson : William Erskine (Erskine Thomson & Glass), 36 

George Street, Perth. [Perth 593.] 

1925 2263 ||Thornley : William, Clarence Chambers, 46 Wallgate, Wigan. 

[Wigan 367.] 

1925 2603 ||Thornton : Tom Walter Matcham, “ The Haven,” Wrays- 1 

bury, Bucks. I 

1911 712 Thorp : Clifford, Carisbrook, Whitefield, near Manchester. 

1925 2881 ||Thorp : Osborne Moorhouse, 16 Berridge Road, Sherwood 

Rise, Nottingham. [Nottingham 6002.] 

1912 1819 Thorpe : John Egerton, 65 St. Giles, Oxford. 

1925 2372 ||Thorpe : Wilfrid (Thorpe & Collier), Barton House, 66 

Deansgate, Manchester. [Manchester Central 5428. ] 

1925 3198 HTierney : Denis J., b.a., b.e., a.m.i.c.e. ; 85 South Mall, Cork. 

1911 1630 Tiffin : Hugh Stammers, 18 Ossian Road, Stroud Green, N.4. 

1925 2929 IITighk : Michael J., St. Annes, Galway, Ireland. 

1911') 512 Tilley: Robert Thomas, 31 Arundel Gardens, Winchmore 
to ( Hill, N.21. 

1921 ( 

1925) 

1925 3166 UTilson : Herbert Thomas, St. Nicholas Street, King’s Lynn. 

1925 2626 UTiltman •: Stavers Hessell, 42 Middle Street, Brighton. 

[Brighton 4916.] 

19U 1631 Times: Richard Percy, 20 Chamwood Street, Derby. 

1925 3112 ||Timlin: William Mitcheson, P.O. Box 195, Kimberley, 

South Africa. 

1912 2119 [Tinslay : Thomas Percival, District Surveyor for Woolwich 

North [94 Well Hall Road, Eltham, S.E.9], 20 and 21 William 
Street, Woolwich, S.E.18. [Woolwich 1364.] 

1912 2120 Tobias : Maurice, p.a.s.i. ; County Hall, S.E.i. 

1911 434 Todd : John Ernest, 130 Essex Road, Portsmouth. 

19x2 2121 Tomkins : Samuel Edward, 43 Church Crescent, Muswell Hill, 
N.io. 

1925 2960 I'Tomline : Frederick Joseph, “ The Mount,” Knebworth 

Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. 

1925 2264 UTomlins : Herbert, Granville Chambers, Bournemouth. 

1912 2122 Tomlinson : Charles W. (Kirk & Tomlinson), 63 Albion Street, 

Leeds. [Leeds 24664.] 

t925 5S 37 I IITomlinson : John William, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 1 Cheapside, 
Luton. [Luton 818.) 

1911 1634 Tonar: Lewis Francis John Scott, Rouge Cottage, Old 

Tiverton Road, Exeter. 

191 1 7°3 Tonge : George Edward, Somerset Buildings, 1 Hill Street, 

Southport. [Southport 816.] 

1925 2679 ||Tonge : Jeffrey Aldam, Surveyor’s Office, Parkgate, Yorks. 

1911 1635 Tonkin : Wilfrid Wiseman, District Engineer, Public Works 

Department, Bloemfontein, O.F.S., South Africa 
1910 60 Toombs: Edwin Ashley, 17 Nibthwaite Road Harrow, 

Middlesex. 

1925 2458 [[Toomer : Albert John, Lloyds Bank Chambers, Weston-suoer- 

Mare. y 

1925 2373 iiTowNEND : Alfred Marcell, “ Chamwood,” 1 Clarendon 

Place, Leamington Spa. 


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1734 Townley : Herbert, Amside, Park Road, Higher Crumpsall, 
Manchester. 

930 Travis : Arthur, Moorfield, Milnrow, near Rochdale. 

2374 IITraylor: William Morgan, 36 Llanthewy Road, Newport, Mon. 
2459 [JTreleaven : Michael Vine, Whare, Crosthwaite Way, Burn- 
ham, Bucks. 

2800 ||Tre\v : Harold Fletcher, Burleigh House, Nettleton Road, 
Gloucester [Gloucester 3154] ; and at Winscombe, Somerset. 
2627 ||Trinick : Percival John, 20 Winchester Avenue, N.W.6. 
3181 ||Trotman : George, 75 Bushey Hill Road, Camberwell, S.E.5. 
3029 (ITrower : Thomas Francis (Webster & Trower) [“ High Fenn,” 
Pennygate, Spalding, Lines], ia New Road, Spalding, Lines. 
[Spalding 4.] 

2125 Tufnail : Harry Philip, 48 High Street, Bognor. 

2680 JITufton : Henry Edward, 46 Portland Avenue, Stamford 
Hill, N.16. 

3172 ||Tune : George Martin, 32 Inverine Road, Charlton, S.E.7. 
435 Turner : Alfred Evelyn, Maitland Road, Sherwood, 
Nottingham. 

1638 Turner : Ernest William, 12 Pebble Mill Road, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. 

2265 HTurner : George Frederic, 7 Broad Street, Bloomsbury, 

W.C.2. 

3299 ||Udwadia : Phirozshah Rattonji, N.W. Railway Headquarters, 
Project Division, Lahore, Punjab, India. 

2376 ||Underhill : Arthur Francis, Housing Director, Council 

House, Coventry. 

1643 Unsworth : William, 19 Moss Lane, Aintree, Liverpool. 
595 Uren : Frederick Candy, Borough Surveyor’s Office, Town 

Hall, Henley-on-Thames. 

3220 [IVadnerkar : Vamanrao Viththalrao, Head Master, School of 
Architecture, Kala-Bhavan, Baroda, India. 

2604 ||Valentin : Gerald Seymour, 136 Kingsbury Road, Erdington, 
Birmingham. 

70 Van Baars : Francis, Trulls Hatch, Daines Way, Thorpe 
Bay, Essex. 

3288 UVanstone : Lionel Frederick, 118-119 Tavistock Road 
(Drake Circus), Plymouth. [T.A. Vanstone, Architect, 
Plymouth — Plymouth 1000 and 48.] 

2735 IIVeale : Louis Charles, f.s.i. ; 257-259 Oxford Street, W.i. 
[Grosvenor 1178.] 

2606 Venables : William James (Longden & Venables), 60 St. 
Edward Street, Leek, Staffs. [Leek 163.] 

1644 Venning: Herbert Reed, Greenbank Lane, Liskeard, Cornwall. 
1766 Verger : Edward Arthur, 32 Selborne Road, Hove, Sussex. 

1645 Verlyck : Georges Louis Marie, The Pines, Beacontree 

Heath, Romford, Essex. 

2784 ||Vernall : Richard John, Architectural Office, Public W T orks 
Department, Hong Kong. 

2266 UVernon : Karl, Trellis House, Park Road, Chiswick, W4. 

2377 UVernon : Richard James, 12 Acre Lane, Cheadle Hulme, 

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Elected. Number. 

1925 2955 HVillar : James, f.s.i. ; 5 Essex Place, Cheltenham. [Chelten- 

ham 988.] 

1925 2760 [[Villasenor : Carlos Varaona, Tela Railroad Company, 

Honduras, Central America. 

1911 1735 Viner : George James Morriss, 16 High Oak Road, Welwyn 

Garden City, Herts. 


1925 2502 ||Waddicar : Arnold, 21 Acresfield, Bolton. 

1912 2129 Wade : Walter, Bank Chambers, The Square, St. Annes-on- 

Sea. 

1925 2938 [[Wadke : Bholanath Purshottamjee, “ Twashtashram,” 

9 Bhandari Street, Bombay No. 4, India. 

1925 2550 II W ADMAN : William John,' 71 Jermington Road, New Cross 

Gate, S.E.14. 

1925 2681 ||Wagstaff : William Henry, jun. (W. H. Wagstaff & Sons), 

“ The Terrace,” 73 Saltergate, Chesterfield. [Chesterfield 
2097.] 

191 1 662 Wain : Thomas Bertram (Goddard & Wain), Station Chambers, 

High Street, Coalville, Leicester. [Coalville 88 ] 

1910 325 Wakeford : Bertie Harry, 184 Clapham Road, S.W. [Brixton 

2211.] 

1925 3030 [[Wakeford : Frederick Charles (Marler & Wakeford), 

“ Wenduyne,” Pickhurst Rise, West Wickham, Kent ; and at 
29 Capri Road, Addiscombe, Croydon. 

1911 931 *WALDRAM : PERCY JOHN, f.s.i. (Jno. Waldram & Son): 

9 Gray’s Inn Square, W.C.i. [Chancery 8330, Edgware 0068.] 

1911 663 Walker : Ernest Robert, 17A Lendal, York. 

1925 2551 HWalker: Harold Gibson, 39 Horsforth Avenue, Bridlington, 

Yorks. 

1912 1822 Walker : Israel, 28 Wathen Road, Dorking, Surrey. 

1925 2882 HWalker : Robert, b.e., a.m.inst.c.e. ; 17 South Mall, Cork. 

[Cork 516.] 

1910 137 Walker : Samuel George, Arnold Hill House, Mapperley 

Plains, Nottingham. [Nottingham 250Y.] 

1925 2268 HWalker : Smart, Chestnut House, Cockfield, Co. Durham 

1925 3031 HWalker: Walter Perry, 2 Southfield Road, Duston, 

Northampton. 

1911 1650 Walkley: Albion Henry, 476 Collins Street, Melbourne 

Victoria, Australia. 

1910 399 Wall : Tom, The Chalet, Morecambe. Lancs 

1911 932 Wall: W. Baptist, “ Wallangar,” Derby Street, Watson’s 

Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1925 2552 :! Wallace : James Henry, i Montague Place, Bedford Square, 


1911 664 Waller : Frederick Runton, Parliament Chambers 5 Parlia- 

ment Street, Hull. [Hull Central 6823 ] 

1912 1823 ‘WALLER : Colonel NOEL HUXLEY, m.c., t.d., m.a. 

(Waller & Son) ; 17 College Green, Gloucester. [Gloucester 
2665 .J 

1927 3266 HWallis: Edward William, 395 Norwood Road, S E 27. 

[Streatham 7062.] ' 

1912 1767 W £LIS^Ernest John, «■ Haslemere,” 180 Strathyre Avenue, 

,,2! 3032 . 




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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

192S 2553 II Walton : Leonard Webb, 35 Julian Road, West Bridgford, 
Nottingham. 

1925 2980 1 1 Wands : William, Chief Engineer’s Office, Burma Railway, 

Rangoon, Burma. 

1925 2951 HWaple : Frank Harold (Leest & Waple), 28 Ker Street, 

Devonport, Devon. [Devonport 83.] 

1925 2378 HWapshott : Francis Elliss, f.s.i. ; King Street Chambers, 
Maidenhead. [Maidenhead 1025.] 

1911 865 Warburton: Joseph, 1908 Garnet Street, Regina, Sask., 

Canada. 

19x2 2134 Ward : Christopher James, f.s.i. ; Cefn Mably Chambers, 

9 Quay Street, Cardiff. 

1925 2379 ||Ward : Francis Burdett, 8 South Brink, Wisbech, Cambs. 
[Wisbech 132.] 

1912 1825 Ward: Frank, Sangan Grange, Masset, British Columbia, Canada. 

1911 1655 Ward: Jesse. William, “ Wendover,” Bilford Avenue, Worces- 

ter. [Worcester 123.] 

1911 688 Ward : Kenneth (Ward & Leckenby), 9 Museum Street, York. 

[York 3757.] 

1911 1656 Ward: William (Martin & Martin and W. H. Ward), 106 

Colmore Row, Birmingham. [Birmingham Central 1349.] 

1911 596 Warde : William Job, 54 Julian Avenue, Acton, W. 

1911 597 Ware : George, The Cottage, Pilling Lane, Lydiate, Liverpool. 
1925 3067 ||Warwick: Captain Frank, 44 Kingswood Avenue, N.W.6. 

1912 2135 Wass : Frederick Julian [/rest. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1897], 

Imperial Chambers, 3 Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, E.C. 
1925 3033 HWaterhouse : Cecil (Hindle & Waterhouse) [“ Danecastre,” • 

Gosforth Road, Blackpool, N.S.], 5 Cedar Street, Blackpool. 
[Blackpool 159.] 

1910 326 Waters : Spencer, 28 Southern Life Buildings, Pretoria. 

South Africa. 

1910 62 Waterworth : John Halsted, 69 College Road, Bromley, 

Kent. [Ravensboume 4436.] 

1911 1658 W atkin : Ernest Tell wright (Watkin & Maddox, National 

Provincial Bank Chambers, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. — 
Hanley 7497), Grange Cottage, Waterloo Road, Burslem, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

1925 3090 ||Watkins : Herbert Richard Washington, 36 Waldemar 

Avenue, Ealing, W.13. 

1912 2137 Watney : Dendy, 4A Frederick’s Place, Old Jewry, E.C. 

1912 2138 Watson : Henry B., 1145 West Kensington Road, Los Angeles, 

California, U.S.A. 

1926 3259 ||Watson : William Poskitt (Watson & Ritson), Monument 

House, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull. [Hull Central 6268.] 

1911 1664 Waumsley : Thomas Herbert (Bromley, Cartwright & Waums- 

ley), Jessops Lane, Gedling, near Nottingham. 

1910 229 Weald : George, 13 Finchley Avenue, Church End, N.3. 

19x1 1665 Weaver : Thomas, Greensborough P.O., Victoria, Australia. 

1925 2269 ||Webb : Arthur Frederick, " Trelawney,” Blackwood, Mon. 
1925 2682 |j Webb : George Frederick (Webb & Gray) [82 High Street. 

Stourbridge], 200 High Street, Dudley. [Dudley 2062.] 

1925 2270 ||Webb : James Edwin, The Guildhall, Nottingham. [Not- 
tingham 3157] 

665 Webb : Leonard Charles, 159 Ham Park Road, Forest 
Gate, E. 


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Elected- Number. 

1912 2140 Webber : Huart, c/o Lloyds Bank Ltd., Post Box No. 233, 
Calcutta, India. 

1911 1666 Webster: John Douglas, Cairn’s Chambers, St. James’s 

Street, Sheffield. 

1911 1667 Weddell : James Wilkie, 261 West George Street, Glasgow. 

[Glasgow Central 4775 .] 

1925 2461 1 1 Weeks : Alfred Henry, f.s.i. ; 35 Commercial Street, Newport, 

Mon. 

1911 1075 Weir : William, The Beeches, Stotfold Road, Letchworth, 

Herts. 

1912 2143 Welch : Henry John, 240 Upland Road, East Dulwich, S.E. 

1911 1669 Wells : William, Prudential Chambers, Victoria Street, 

Grimsby. 

1912') 1857 Wells-Bladen : Major Lionel Macdonald, c/o Messrs. 

to ( Swanzy’s Transport, P.O. Box 433, Accra, Gold Coast Colony, 

1917! West Africa. 

1924) 

1912 2144 Wemyss : Robert, 7 Glenan Gardens, Helensburgh. 

1925 3163 ||Wentworth-Hyde : Raymond Robert (Singer Hyde & Son), 

4 Gratwicke Road, Worthing. [Worthing 1575.] 

1912 2145 Weston : Sidney Isidore, 210 Brownhill Road, Catford, 
S.E. 

1925 2381 ||Wheat : Alfred (Wheat & Luker), 19 Basinghall Street, E.C.2. 

[Central 1651.] 

1925 2554 ]|Wheatley : William Bailey, Savile House, Savile Street, Hull. 

[Hull Central 5600.] 

1925 2503 ||Whitaker : Harold, “ Aber Lyn,” Hatfield, Herts. 

1910 263 Whitaker : John Russell, Yorkshire Penny Bank, Leeds. 

1925 3124 HWhitaker : Vivian Stanworth, ioi High Street, Rhyl, 

Flintshire. [Rhyl 128.] 

1925 2894 ||White : Ellis Foulkes, Woodland Chambers, Woodland Road 

West, Cohvyn Bay.' [Colwyn Bay 436.] 

1910 169 White : Frank Rice, i Oxford Street, Norwich. 

1925 2555 1 1 White : Herbert John (Burnett & Sons), 2 High Street, 

Southampton. [Southampton 3087]. 

1911 666 White: John, o.B.E.(Mil.) (Osborn & White) ; Waterloo House, 

Waterloo Street, Birmingham. [Birmingham Midland 4063.] 

1925 2913 HWhite : Oswald, 19 John William Street, Huddersfield, 

[Huddersfield 1495.] 

19x0 230 White : William Dymoke, Paradise Chambers, King’s Lynn. 

1929 33o6 [[Whitehead : John, University Lodge, Point Grev, Vancouvei, 

B.C., Canada. 

1926 3241 HWhitehouse : Sidney Lunn, 3 New Street, Birmingham. 

[Birmingham Central 7154.] 

1925 3152 | [Whiteman : Harold (Harold Whiteman & Dou glas Payne), 

9 Priory Row, Coventry. [Coventry 4374.] 

1925 3034 HWhitley : Richard George, County Architect, County 

Buildings, Mold, North Wales. [Mold 106.] 

1912 2147 Whitmore : Sidney Wallace, Strand Comer House 23 St. 

George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 1673 Whittaker: Frank Ernest, 20 Perry me ad, Prestwich near 

Manchester. 

1925 2832 |[Whitwell : Captain Edward, 606 West 116th Street New 

York City, U.S.A, 

1926 3260 HWhitwham : Harold Heaton, 6 Trinity Place, Bingley Yorks- 


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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1911 869 Whyte: James Balderston (Whyte & Galloway), 121 Bath 

Street, Glasgow [Glasgow Douglas 3243], and Craigallion, 
Skelmorlie, Ayrshire. 

1912 2148 Whyte : Robert, “ Hayfield,” Helensburgh. 

1926 3252 [jWiBLiN : Frederick Avent, 92 Old Town Street, Plymouth. 

1912 2150 Wicksteed : Archie Frederic, f.s.i. ; 426-8 Australia House, 
Strand, W.C.2. [Temple Bar 2204.] 

1911 948 Wigley : Ernest Homer, Holbach, Sutton-St.-Nicholas, 

Hereford. [Bodenham 13.] 

1925 2607 IIWilde : John Peter, 4 St. Mary’s, Bootham, York. 

1925 2382 UWilding : James, f.s.i. ; 5 Stanley Villas, Greenway Road, 
Runcorn, Cheshire. [Runcorn 126.] 

1911 406 Wiles: Joseph Gilbert, 29 Grosvenor Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

1925 3035 |{W ilkerson : Harry Charles (F. Taperell & Haase), 5 Strat- 

ford Place, W.i. [Mayfair 0172-3.] 

1925 2981 HWilkins : Edmund Oakley, 20 Adamson Road, Hampstead, 

N.W.3. 

1925 2683 IIWilkinson : Harold Ascensus, 68 Bury Road, Noel Park, 
Wood Green, N.22. 

1925 3058 IIWilkinson: James Richard, 13 Regent Street, Barnsley. 
[Barnsley 191.] 

ign'J 1031 Wilkinson: Stephen, The School House, West Rainton, 
to ! Fence Houses, Co. Durham. 

1921 

1924J 

1925 2383 IIWilkinson : William Henry, “ Ivy Bank,” Swires Road, 

Halifax. 

1928 3290 HWilks : Ernest George, " Upavon,” Squirrels Heath Road, 
Harold Wood, Essex. [Romford 851.] 

1925 2867 IJWillan : William Staveley, 15A Burgate, Canterbury, 

[Canterbury 221.] ' 

1912 2151 Willett : James Henry, “ Greencroft,” The Grove, St. 

Barnabas Road, Caversham, Oxon. 

1925 3169 || Williams : Frederick Ernest, Kursaal, Southend-on-Sea. 

1912 2153 Williams : Harold Percy (Clement Williams & Sons), Per- 
manent Chambers. Commercial Street, Halifax. [Halifax 

2458O 

1925 2785 HWilliams: John Clifford, 12 Landrock Road, Crouch End, N.8. 

1925 2271 ‘Williams '• John Morris, 30 Dunraven Place. Bridgend, Glam. 

1926 3244 IIWh-liams : John Teifion James, “ Penybryn,” Alexandra Road, 

Gorseinon, Swansea. [Gorseinon 173 ] 

1925 3041 HWilliams : Leonard Langdon, Municipal Offices, Singapore, 

Straits Settlements. 

1925 2786 HWilliams : Percy James [Bank Chambers, Heathfield Street, 

Swansea], 44 Bedford Row, W.C.i. 

1925 3036 [Williams : Peter Jones, Town Planning Superintendent to 

the Federated Malay States, Town Planning Offices, Ipoh, 
Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1925 3037 ([Williams : Robert, Barclays Bank Chambers, Pwllheli, N. 

Wales. [Pwllheli 87.] 

1911 716 Williams: Sidney, Borough Chambers, Wharton Street, 

Cardiff. 

1925 2895 ([Williams : Stacy Bowen, Hawthorn Bank, Newton-le- 

Willows, Lancs. 

1911 602 Williams: Thomas Alfred, 15 Cheyney Road, Chester. 


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Elected. Number. 

1925 2961 ([Williams : William Griffith (Harold Hughes & Williams), 
Diocesan Offices, Bangor, N. Wales. [Bangor 130.] 

1925 2925 [j W illiams : William Henry, Town Hall, Mountain Ash, 

Glam. [Mountain Ash 31.] 

1911 437 Williamson: Arthur, 22 Camborne Avenue, West Ealing, W. 

1925 2557 | [Williamson : Henry Burcombe, f.s.i. ; 8 Windermere Road, 

Muswell Hill, N.io. 

1912 1826 Williamson : Leslie Elliott, 36 and 34 Southampton Street, 

Strand, W.C.2. 

1912 2156 Wills : William Francis, Algitha Road, Skegness. 

1911 604 Wilsdon : William John, 8 Old Burlington Street, W. 1. 

1926 3221 IIWilson : Alexander, Trinity Buildings, Trinity Square, 

Nottingham. [Nottingham 7446.] 

1912 2158 Wilson: Andrew Victor, ii Merry Street, Motherwell. 

1911 872 Wilson : Edmund Richardson, President of the New Zealand 

Institute of Architects, Esk Street, Invercargill, New Zealand. 
1911 1071 Wilson : George Thomas, .21 Durham Road, Blackhill, Co. 

Durham. 


1923 2272 IIWilson : Gilbert, 16 Hoghton Street, Southport. [Southport 

721.] 

1911 1681 Wilson : James Jackson, 219 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2. 

[Glasgow Central 1893.] 

1925 2273 IIWilson : Sydney (Hetherington & Wilson), County Chambers, 

52 Westgate Road, Newcastle - upon - Tyne. [ Newcastle 
Central 2053.] 

1926 3250 HWilton : Charles Frederick John, Midland Bank Chambers, 

Pontypool, Mon., [Pontypool 207], and 36 Mecklenburgh 
Square, W.C.i. [Terminus 3793.] 

1912 1827 Winder : Francis Arnold, f.s.i. ; Com Exchange Chambers, 

Wharf Street, Sheffield. 

1925 3164 || Winder : Robert Edmund, Com Exchange Chambers, Wharf 

Street, Sheffield. [Sheffield 487.] 

1925 2558 HWinks : Ernest Wall, 622 Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. 

1911 1686 Winn: Joseph Harrison, 62 HenryRoad, West Bridgford, Notts. 

1925 2655 IIWinn : Leonard [10 Clinton Road, Redruth], 27 Boscawen 
Street, Tmro. 

1910 404 Winstanley : Albert, Imperial Chambers, The Crescent, 

St. Annes-on-Sea, Lancs. 

1925 3123 IIWinterburn : Archibald Herbert, 75 Tewkesbury Terrace, 

Bowes Park, N.11. 

1910 139 Wonnacott : Howard John, 40 Elsie Road, East Dulwich, S.E. 

1910 234 Wood : Arthur Stewart, “ Finzean,” Spencer Road, Straw- 

berry Hill, Middlesex. 

1925 2559 IIWood : Ernest William. 

1911 1687 Woodeson : William, 350 Liverpool Road, Birkdale, Southport. 

[Ainsdale 221.] 

1911 471 Woodhouse : Albert Edward, “ Fairmile,” Crofton Road, 

Orpington, Kent. 


1910 

1911 


170 Woods: Walter Harry, Central Chambers, High Street 
Long Eaton, near Nottingham. [Long Eaton 196 ] 

875 Woodward : George Gilbert, 3 King’s Bench Walk (N), 
Temple, E.C.4. " 


1923 2274 IIWooLpr : William Edward, Membre Correspondant de la 

wiT* 1 ' ^Architecture de Belgique, etc., n8 Queen’s 
Road, Walthamstow, E.17. 



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Serial 

Elected. Number. 

1935 2973 IIWoolnough : Tom, p.a.s.i. ; “ Bosley,” Beech Hill, Hadley 
Wood, Barnet. [Barnet 2010.] 

1911 557 Worrall : Arthur William, Queen’s Chambers, North Street, 

W ol verhampton . 

1912 2162 Worrow : Frederick, 70 Basinghall Street, E.C. 

1912 2163 Worrow : Harry John, 70 Basinghall Street, E.C. 

1911 1688 Worssell : James Lloyd, “ Slindon Cottage,” Links Road, 

Ashtead, Surrey. 

1925 3145 |[W orthington : Charles Edmond, St. Stephen’s House, 

Victoria Embankment, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1925 3038 IIWortley : Percy Sheppard, 105 Earlsdon Avenue, Coventry. 

1912 2164 Wrathmell : John E. (Wrathmell & Blackshaw), Queen’s 

Buildings. St. Peter’s Square, Stockport. [Stockport 2554.] 

1910 140 Wrench : Francis Houlton, assoc.m.inst.c.e. ; 217 Upper- 

thorpe, Sheffield. [Sheffield Central 1398.] 

191 1 1032 Wride : James Barrington, i Grove Place, Whitchurch, Cardiff. 

1911 1689 Wright: Alexander (Wylie, Wright & Wylie), 204 West 

Regent Street, Glasgow, C.2. [Glasgow Douglas 1836.] 

1911 1690 Wright: Alfred Robert Linus, 93 Barker Road, Subiaco, 

near Perth, Western Australia. 

1910 328 Wright : Herbert A., 35 Pentonville Road, N. 

1911 1692 Wright: James, jun., 261 West George Street, Glasgow. 

1926 3242 ]|Wright : Theodore Sydney, “ Deneside,” Springfield 

Crescent, Seaham Harbour, Co. Durham. 

1912 1832 Wright: Will J. B., i Blythswood Square, Glasgow, C.2. 

[Glasgow Douglas 3228.] 

1925 2384 ||Wright : William Oswald, d.s.o. ; 22 Meadway, Gide3 

Park, Essex. 

1910 264 Wrightson : William Henry, i Victoria Chambers, Carnarvon 

Road, Clacton-on-Sea. [Clacton 493.] 

1925 2827 HWyatt: Herbert Payne, 465 BrixtonRoad,S.W.9. [Brixton 0567.J 

1911 1693 Wyles : John Walter, Finsbury Circus House, Blomfield 

Street, E.C. [London Wall 2255.] 

1911 1694 Wyllie : David Valentine, 6 India Street, St. Vincent Cross, 

Glasgow. 

1925 2560 | ! W ynne-T homas : Daniel (Wynne-Thomas & Button), 25 

Wood Street, Bolton. [Bolton 514 and 2826.] 


1926 3251 IJYates : John Victor, “ Laurelli,” Danecourt Road, Parkstone, 
Dorset. 

1911 1033 Yates: Tom, 3 Silk Street, Leigh, Lancs. 

1925 2747 HYells : John Arthur, 93 St. Julian’s Farm Road, West Nor- 

wood, S.E.27. 

1925 3155 HYoulten : William, 25 Brunswick Square, Hove, Sussex. 

1911 1697 Young: Alexander, 64 Victoria Street, Newton-Stewart. 

1911 1034 Young: Arthur (James Young & Co.), Lloyds Bank Chambers, 

Hustlergate, Bradford. [Bradford 742.] 

1911 472 Young: George Thomas, Messrs. Carter & Young, 86 Eden 

Street, Kingston-on-Thames. 

1911 1035 Young : William (James Young & Co.), Lloyds Bank Chambers, 
Hustlergate, Bradford. [Bradford 742.] 

1910 105 Youngman : Lionel Stanley, 212 Old Christchurch Road, 

Bournemouth. 


Total number of Licentiates : 1936 . 


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STUDENTS R.I.B.A. 

The Council of the Royal Institute may elect as members of a non-corporate class of Students any persons 
studying or intending to study with the purpose of becoming professional architects and who have passed 
or received exemption from the examination or examinations which may from time to time be prescribed by 
the Royal Institute for admission to such class and who shall have satisfied such other requirements as the 
Council shall from time to time prescribe in respect of such election. — [. Extract from the Supplemental Charter, 
t9*5-] 

All Students R.I.B.A. [unless residing overseas] are required to pay an Annual Registration 
Fee of £1 Is. Students are entitled to use the Reference Library and Loan Collection of 
Books and to attend the Ordinary Meetings of the Royal Institute. They also receive the 
R.I.B.A. Journal. 

*The asterisk denotes Students who have qualified for A ssociateship. 

Registered. 

1926 Ablett : Herbert Kellett, 14 High Street, Old Headington, Oxford. 
1925 Abrams: Edward de la Tour, “ Hutton Mount,” Limpsfield, Surrey. 
1938 Acworth : (Miss) Winifred Barbara, 35 Shootup Hill, N.W.2. 

1927 Adam : William, 122 Mungalhead Road, Falkirk. 

1920 Adams : George Eric, 42 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, W.2. 

1925 Adams: Martin, Rosebank House, Alma Road, Rosebank, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 

1928 Adkins : Frederick William Charles [Inst. Medallist ( Drawings ) 1928], 

“ Delamere,” Elmwood Avenue, Harrow, Middlesex. 

1929 Aitken : Francis Keith, Leighton, Creigiau, near Cardiff. 

1929 Aiton : (Miss) Norah [R.I.B.A. Anderson and Webb Scholar 1928], 
Duffield Park, Duffield, Derbyshire. 

1913 Allan : William, 26 Castle Street, Dundee. 

1929 Allen : William Henry, 43 North Row Buildings, Park Lane, W.I, 

1926 Ambdekar : Vireshwar Nilkanth, 14 Ghatkoparwalla’s Chawb, 

Mugbhat, Bombay 4, India. 

1925 HAnderson : Harold, 25 Watling Street, Canterbury. 

1929 Anderson : Lionel Gordon, African Life Building, St. Georges 
Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1928 Andrew : Leonard Arthur Duncan, “ The Chestnuts,” Flowers 

Green, Hertsmonceux, Sussex. 

1924 Applegath : Thomas William, 4 Cromwell Road, Teddington. 

1929 Arankale : Raghunath Vishwanath, c o The Architect, Public 

Works Department, Zanzibar, British East Africa. 

1929 Archer : (Miss) Hilary, Lissant Mount, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

1929 Archibald : Richard Maxwell, Ardlui, Oxford Road, Linthorpe 
Middlesbrough. ’ y ’ 

1913 Ashby: Leslie John, Broadway Court, Westminster, S.W.i. 

1928 Ashworth: Albert Thompson, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool’- “ » 

High Croft Avenue, Bebington, Cheshire. ’ ’ 

1928 * Ashworth : Henry Ingham, “ Connaught Hall,” 14 Bedford Place 
Russell Square, W.C.x. 

1915 Ashworth : James Rothwell, Palace Buildings, Peel Street Accrington 

1925 HAtchley : Max Heriot Nevil Cuthbert, 12 Miles Road Clifton’ 

Bristol. [Bristol 520.] ’ 

1927 Aylwin : John Norman, 20 Upper Lake, Battle, Sussex 


1925 

1927 

1928 
19x2 

1925 

1923 


HBaguley : Herbert, Heath Road, Ditton, Widnes Lancs 
Bailey : Arthur, 161 Well Hall Road, Eltham, S.E 9 
Baillie : Ian, Falside House. Uddingston, Glasgow. 

Bain : George, 66 Broomwood Road, Clapham Common S W * 

' B ‘s^th Devon “ Cuxton *” Maidenway Road, Paignton, 

Baldry : William Caparne, 68 Edward’s Lane, Sherwood, Nottingham, 



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Registered. 

1928 Bana : Russi Bejoni, Bana Building, Khetwadi, nth Street, Girgaum, 
Bombay, India. 

1928 Bandekar : Baboorao Govind, Kambli Building, Topiwalla Lane, 
Grant Road, Bombay, India. 

1925 ||Banyard : George Philip, 4A Market Street, Cambridge. 

1920 Barber : Norman Arthur, “ The Haven,” Burton Road, Littleover, 
near Derby. 

1925 [|Barker : Augustine William, Overton House, 46 Church Road, Bolton. 

1926 *Barker : (Miss) Frances Violet Jane, 25 Blackheath Park, S.E.3. 

1926 Barker : Kenneth, “ Gortlee,” Oldfield Lane, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

1928 Barker : Leslie Winson, “ West Leigh,” 183 Ashgate Road, Chester* 

field. 

1929 Barnes : John Wilfred Herbert, 302 Millhouses Lane, Ecclesall, 

Sheffield. 

1928 Barnes : Victor Charles, 67 Moss Road, Urmston, Manchester. 

1929 Barrow : Thomas James Douglas, 33 Tennyson Road, Bath, Somerset. 
1929 Barry : Dennis Egerton, c/o National Bank of South Africa, Circus 

Place, London Wall, E.C.2. 

1927 Bartholomew: George [ Distinction in Thesis ], 8 Campfield Street, 

Falkirk, Scotland. 

1928 Bartlett : Cyril John, 26 Lewis Street, Canton, Cardiff. 

1929 Bates : Bertram Harold, 87 Alliance Avenue, Hull. 

1926 Batten : Leonard John, 26 Milton Avenue, Highgate, N.6. 

1929 Bayne : Oscar Andrew, c/o E.S. & A. Bank, 5 Gracechurch Street, 
E.C.3. 

1927 Beattie : (Miss) Isobel Hogg Kerr, “ Monraive,” Middlebie, near 

Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire. 

1925 HBeauchamp : Arthur Henry B., “ Seafield,” Seafield Road, South- 

bourne, Hants. 

1926 *Bf.ck : Richard Theodore, 4 Mount Avenue, Ealing, W.5. 

1928 Bedford : Oliver Herbert Burmeister, 22 Bassett Road, W.io. 

1925 HBedford : Stuart, The Cottage, Raddinden Manor Road, Old Shore- 

ham Road, Hove, Sussex. 

1926 Bedingfield : Eric Edward, 5 Westminster Road, Leicester. 

1928 Beloe : John Douglas, The Dingle, Dunwich, Suffolk. 

1928 Benoy : Walter Gordon, 98 Claude Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 

Manchester. 

1915 Berry : Harold, 61 Crouch Hill, N.4. 

1929 Best : Norman, 40 Cobden Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. 

1929 Bevan : Charles Sherlock, 49 Waldemar Avenue, Ealing, W.13. 

1927 Beveridge : Gilbert Robert [R.I.B.A. Archibald Dawnay Scholar 

1927], “ Hawthorne,” Abbott Street, Ascot, Brisbane, Queensland, 
Australia. 

1926 Bidwell : George Bernard Hopson, 20 Frognal, Hampstead, N.W. 

1927 Billiards : Harold, 48 Milton Road, Heaton Park, Prestwich, 

Manchester . 

1927 Bintley : Lionel, c/o Architectural Association, 34 Bedford Square, 

W.C.i. 

1928 Birkett : Arnold Lynn, 23 Princes Avenue, Caerphilly, Glamorgan. 
1928 Bishop : John William, 42 Sandringham Road, Cardiff. 

1928 Blackett : (Miss) Winifred Maynard, 7 St. James’s Terrace, Albert 

Road, N.W.8. 

1925 IJBlanchard : Jack, “ Abbotsbury,” Belle Vue Road, Shrewsbury. 

1929 Bland : Kenneth William, 34 Thornton Avenue, Streatham Hill, 

S.W.2. 



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Registered. 

1927 Blythin : Charles Frederick, 69 Rymer Road, East Croydon. 

1928 Boardman : Humphrey Colman, How Hill, Ludham, Great Yarmouth, 

Norfolk. 

1928 Boger : Robin Cecil Dudley, Dial House, Park Street, Windsor, Berks. 

1927 Bolot : Aaron, c/o R. Gailey, Esq., Courier Buildings, Brisbane, 

Queensland, Australia. 

1928 Bolton : James Hugh, 8 Gainsborough Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.3. 
1926 Bolton : Joseph, jun., “ The Ark,” Blue Bell Lane, Huyton, near 

Liverpool. 

1926 Bomer : Edward Dixon Neville, Marsham Manor, Gerrard’s Cross, 
Bucks. 

1926 Bond : Gerald Hollingsworth, c/o Messrs. Denison, Ram & Gibbs, 

8a des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong. 

1928 Boon : Geoffrey Maurice, “ Nashdom,” Hope Road, Prestwich, 
Manchester. 

1927 Boreham : Cyril Ernest Walter, 2A Choumert Road, Peckham, 

S.E.15. 

1926 Bostock : Robert, B.A.(ARCH.)Cantab. ; Sparsholt Manor, near 

Winchester. 

1927 Bowden : Frank Ivor, 53 Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol. 
1927 Bower : Stephen Ernest Dykes, 6 Wilbraham Mansions, 10 Wilbra- 

ham Place, S.W.i. 

1904 Bown : Harold Linly, 6 Princes Square, Harrogate. 

1925 Bowring : Charles Clifford, Michaels Mount, Pastures Hill, Little- 

over, Derby. 

1927 Bradbury : Ronald, Texal Gate, Whaley Bridge, Stockport, Cheshire. 

1928 ‘Bradley : Frank, Croft House, Chorley Street, Bolton, Lancs. 

1922 Bragg : George John, “ Trenarren,” Galleywood Road, Chelmsford, 
Essex. 

1926 Bramhill : Harold, dip.arch. Liverpool ; 215 Wavertree Road, 

Liverpool. 

1925 ||Breach : Hugh E., c.'o Messrs. Godman & Hay, Bank Chambers, 

Carfax, Horsham, Sussex. 

1926 *Breakwell : John [R.I.B.A. Archibald Daicnay Scholar 1925], 11 

Belsize Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1926 Brenchley : Arthur Reginald, “ The Villa,” Mill Road, Gillingham, 
Kent. 

1928 Brentnall : Ralph Herbert, 28 Victoria Park, Fishponds, Bristol. 

1926 Bright : George Edward, 49 Hilldrop Road, Tufnell Park, N. 

1927 Broad : Vivian Ernest, “ Elmhurst,” 9 Shrubbery ’ Avenue, 

Worcester. 

1929 Broadbent : Richard, 21 Hopwood Bank, Horsforth. 

1929 Brodie : (Miss) Margaret Brash, 70 Oakfield Avenue, Glasgow. 

1928 Broughton : Frank Holden, 77 Sharpies Avenue, Astley Bridge 

Bolton, Lancs. 

1925 ||Brown : Bernard Owen, “ Bowenbies,” Highbury Avenue, Salisbury 

1926 Brown : Cyril Clement, 67 Bedford Road, Clapham, S.W.4. 

1925 Brown : Leonard Longmaid, Amwellbury, Letchw’orth, Herts. 

1929 ‘Brown: Robert Sm.art, 47 Hamilton Place, Aberdeen.’ 

1926 Brown : Stanley Trevor, i Viola Street, Bootle, Liverpool. 

1925 ! j Brown : Vernon Akitt, c o Messrs. Bloomfield, Owen & Morgan 
Yorkshire House, Shortland Street, Auckland, New Zealand ’ 
1925 1 1 Browne : Colin Arthur, 157 Vivian Avenue, Monks Park Wemblev 
Middlesex. ’ } ’ 

1929 Bubb : Edward Cavendish, 145 Louisville Road, Tooting Bee, S.W.17. 



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Registered. 

1927 *Buchanan : James Wardrop, a.a. Diploma ; c/o Messrs. Clayton & 
Brock, 10 Prince Albert Street, Brighton. 

1929 Buck : Edward Gerard, 19 Montgomery Road, Sheffield. 

1925 Buckingham: Geoffrey Sambrooke, 9 Ladbroke Gardens, W.n. 
1927 Budgen : Percy Graham, White Lodge, Rumney, near Cardiff. 

1929 Bugler : Cyril Leonard, “ Othery,” Pantbach Road, Rhiwbina, 
Cardiff. 

1927 Bullivant : Lindsay Frank, 600 Stratford Road, Sparkhill, Birming- 

ham. 

1928 *Bunyan : James, 42 Highfield Drive, Kelvindale, Glasgow. 

1908 Burgess : Arthur, 14 Eastfield Drive, Liverpool. 

1929 Burrington : Thomas, 15 Highfield Avenue, Greenford, Middlesex. 
1928 Burrows : Andrew Charles, Lochgoin, Prestatyn, Flintshire. 

1926 Butler : Ronald McConnell, Redclyffe, Halesowen, near Birmingham. 


1925 ||Campbell : Donald Chadwick, 6 Pall Mall, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1925 UCampbell : Edwin, “ Ardlui,” Southlands, High Heaton, Newcastle- 

upon-Tyne. 

1929 Campbell : Kenneth John, 2 Mayerne Road, Eltham Hill, S.E.9. 
1929 Cardwell : John Joseph, 3 Knight’s Park, Kingston-on-Thames. 
1914 Carey : Reuben Walter, 28 Quadrant Road, Canonbury, N. 

1928 Caroe : Alban Douglas Rendall, 3 Great College Street, S.W.i. 

1927 Carr : David, The Elms, Castle Terrace, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

1928 Carroll : (Miss) Kathleen Mary, 31 South Frederick Street, 

Dublin. 

1929 Carter : Edward Julian, 4 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

1928 Carter : Frank Randle, Central Y.M.C.A., Tottenham Court Road, 
W.C.i. 

1928 Cartlidge : Wilfred George, Norton View, The Grove, High Lane, 

Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. 

1929 *Carver : Humphrey Stephen Mumford, 34 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 
1929 Cassells : George Arthur, i Corstorphine Park Gardens, Midlothian, 

Scotland. 

1928 Chackett : Leslie Arthur [R.I.B.A. Archibald Davinay Scholar 

1928], “ The Bungalow,” Waxland Road, Halesowen, Birmingham. 

1926 Challen : (Miss) Margaret Clare, Mass Croft, Pritchatts Road, 

Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

1929 Chaplin : John Percival, 22 W'eaponness Valley, Scarborough. 

1928 *Chaplin : Sidney George [Distinction in Thesis ], 27 Doughty Street, 

W.C.i. 

1929 Chard : Frederick Vincent Scott, Kingsbury, Belmont Road, 

Hereford. 

1929 Chasser : George McDonald, 17 Roseneath Road, Urmston, 
Manchester. 

1925 Checkley : James Frederick Hayselden, 17 Sandringham Gardens, 

North Shields. 

1926 Cheesman : Kenneth, 151 Palmerston Road, N.22. 

1925 HClare : Arthur Roy, “ Rockeries,” Northwick Park, Harrow. 

1928 Clark : Arthur Ronald, 8 Ranby, Retford, Notts. 

1929 Clark : Ernest William, 8 Ashenden Road, Clapton, E.5. 

1923 Clark : George Geoffrey, Rose Cottage, Charter Alley, near Basing- 
stoke, Hants. 

1925 Clark : John Hunter, “ Mowbray,” Wirlssworth Road, Duffield, 
Derby. 



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Registered. 

1925 HClahke : Howard Cyril Chatfeild, 28 Highfield Avenue, Golders 

Green, N.W.n. 

1926 Clay: Ralph Henry, c/o City Architect’s Department, Guildhall, Hull. 

1926 Claydon : Bernard, 82 Lonsdale Road, Bolton. 

1928 Clayton : William Potter, South View, Hapton, near Burnley, 

Lancs. 

1927 Clementson : John George, 4 King Street, Bensham, Gateshead-on- 

Tyne. 

1929 Clive : Robert McMillan, Newton Stewart Road, Glenluce, 

Wigtownshire. 

1926 Cloke : Samuel Douglas Neighbour, 31 Bernard Gardens, Wimble- 

don, S.W.19. 

1921 Cock : John Charles Pascoe, c/o G. Lavers, Esq., Spring Cottage, 
Plympton, S. Devon. 

1927 Coghlan : Brian, Jiree, Hatch End, Middlesex. 

1926 HColdham : Richard Daniel, 83 Hillcrest Road, Romford, Essex. 
1929 Coleman : Frederick Randolph Doughty, “ Glen Lynn,” St. 

Saviour's Road, Bath. 

1928 Coles : Frank Austin, 31 Market Square, Northampton. 

1925 JJCollingwood : Richard Lord, 16 Osbourne Road, St. Annes-on-the- 

Sea. 

1928 *Collmann : Leonard John, c/o Public Works Department, Khar- 

toum, Sudan. 

1929 Connolly' : Herbert, 167 Ainsworth Lane, Bolton. 

1927 Cooke : (Miss) Anne Joyce [Distinction in Thesis ], Mote Mount, 

Highwood Hill, N.W.7. 

1929 Cooper : Arthur Wellesley, 52 Haselden Road, Snapethorpe, 
Wakefield. 

1927 Cooper : Kenneth James, “ Hollyhurst,” West Hill Road, Bourne- 

mouth. 

1926 Cooper : Reginald William Gaze, 17 Rushcliffe Rise, Sherwood, 

Nottingham. 

1928 *Coote : Lionel Francis Russell, The Cottage, North Park, Gerrards 

Cross, Bucks. 

1924 Corlett : Wildred Shimmin, “ Henbury,” Tyn-y-Parc Road 

Rhiwbina, Cardiff. 

1925 IICornelius : Reginald Charles, “ Ingleside,” Broadway, Frome, 

Somerset. 

1923 Cortis : Walter Nugent, m.a. Cantab. ; Little Barton, Gregorv’s 
Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

1905 Cotterell : Arthur Naish, Rhodyate Cottage, Congresbury, near 
Bristol. 

1925 HCouldrick : Horace Charles, “ Darfur,” 3 Sandringham Avenue 

Merton Park, S.W. ’ 

1927 Coulter : Herbert George, “ Aberdeen,” Singlewell Road Gravesend 

1929 Cowie : Morton John Heddell, 30 St. John’s Road, Corstorphine’ 

Midlothian. ’ 

1927 Cowin: John Norris, b. arch. Liverpool ; 153 Bedford Street 

Liverpool . 

1926 Cowley : Roderick Hedley', 179 Bellingham Road, Catford S E 6 
1929 Cox : Frank Russell, Stowe House, Knowle, Warwickshire’ 

1929 Cox : William John Paterson, 3 Allenby Road, Forest Hill S E 21 

1927 ‘Crabtree : Wiliam, DipjvRCH.Liverpool [Tite Prizeman 1929I • 

40 Windsor Road, Doncaster. ’ 

1902 Crawley : Percy George, 25 Moreton Avenue, Harpenden, Herts, 


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Registered. 

1919 Crook: Waldo Neville Harris, ii Jewett Street, Northampton, 
Mass., U.S.A. 

1927 *Crosby : Edmund Lionel, ii Hillfield Avenue, Wembley. 

1929 *Cruickshank : Alexander James, 15 Gannochy Green, Perth. 

1925 Cruickshank : Alexander Stewart, “ Rosedale,” Chichester Road, 

Claremont, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1929 Cruickshank : George Leslie, The Neuk, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire. 

1926 *Culpin : Clifford Ewart, 99A Cranbrook Road, Ilford, Essex. 

1928 Cunliffe : Edward John, 59 East Road, Longsight, Manchester. 

1925 Cunningham : John Colville, c/o Messrs. Auldjo Jamieson & 

Amott, 13 Young Street, Edinburgh. 

1925 |[Curtis : John W., Barwell Road, Kirby Muxloe, Leicester. 

1928 Cusdin : Sidney Edward Thomas, 147 North Avenue, Southend-on- 

Sea. 

1922 Cuthbertson : Dale, 2 Grisedale Street, High Westwood, Hamsterley 

Colliery, Co. Durham. 

1923 Dallas : (Miss) Vera Mary, 46 Arkwright Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1929 Darbyshire : Leslie, 96 Portland Road, Nottingham. 

1926 Dark: Frank William, 54 Hornsey Rise, N. 19. 

1923 Darsa : Henry, 7 Chiswick Lane, Chiswick, W.4. 

1924 Davenport : (Miss) Norah Emily, 53 Stanhope Gardens, S.W.7. 
1929 Davis : Ernest Edwin, 33 North End Road, Golders Green, N.W. 

[Speedwell 4784.] 

1929 Dawbarn : Christopher Yelverton, 12 Adelaide Terrace, Waterloo, 
Liverpool. 

1927 Dawney : Percy Wilfred, 6 Downs Court Road, Purley, Surrey. 

1925 HDawson : Henry Hardwick, Milton Chambers, Milton Street, 

Nottingham. 

1928 Day : Colin Sydney, 63 Oakleigh Road, New Southgate, N.11. 

1926 # de Metz : Morris, 34 Upper Berkeley Street, W.i. 

1916 Dhupkar : James John, Office of the Chief Engineer and Secretary to 
the Government of Bihar and Orissa, Public Works Dept., Secretariat, 
Patna, India. 

1924 Dicketts : Harry James, 24 Fiveash Road, Northfleet, Kent. 

1929 Dickinson : Gilbert, “ Field View,” Soothill Lane, Batley, Yorks. 
1929 Dickson : John Carlisle, “ Winaria,” Molesworth Road, Cooks- 

town, Co. Tyrone. 

1926 Dilworth : Robert, 35 Doncaster Avenue, Withington, Manchester. 

1925 IIDisney : Charles Ronald, i South Grove, Kellaway Avenue, Bristol. 

[Bristol 8647.] 

1929 Doe: Harold Edmund, 150 Effra Road, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 

1924 Dolman : Frank Lionel James, “ Crest House,” Putney Bridge 

Road, S.W.15. 

1928 Doran : Patrick Joseph, dip. arch. Liverpool ; i Highfield Grove, 

Rock Ferry, Cheshire. 

1926 Dotto : Augustine Louis, ii Karslake Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

1929 *Douglas : Percival Howard, Green Den, Stonehaven, Kincardine- 

shire. 

1929 *Dow : John Sim, c o Strachan, 1 Grosvenor Place, Aberdeen. 

1925 Dow : William Eric [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1918-19], 123 

Durham Road, Sunderland. 

1925 Down : Albert Henry, Littlecroft, Wood Lane, Ruislip, Middlesex. 
1925 Dower : John Gordon, Leysian Hostel, 112 City Road, E.C.i. 

1929 Drury : (Miss) Joan Rollo, 55 Upper Gloucester Place, W. 



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Registered. 

1928 Dry : Thomas Jan, c/o Messrs Walgate & Elsworth, Church Square, 

Cape Town, South Africa 

1929 Duggan : Daniel Michael, ii New Square, Lincoln’s Inn, W.C.2. 

1925 [[Duke : Reginald John, Morcote, Sutton Road, Seaford. 

1926 Duncan : David Ronald, 67 Green Dragon Lane, Winchmore Hill, 

N.zi. 

1907 Duncan : William Tees, “ Bonnybank,” Oakenrod Hill, Rochdale. 
1925 *Dunn : Richard Russell Anthony, 10 Frederick Street, Sunderland. 

1925 HDuxfield : Arthur William, 33 Hoghton Street, Southport. 

1926 Dyer : Harold Thornley [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 1925-26 ; 

Victory Scholarship 1927 ; R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student 1927], 
“ Melrose,” Truro Road, St. Austell, Cornwall. 


1929 Earle : Robert Norwood, 2 Warner Road, Hornsey, N.8. 

1921 Easdale : Robert Geoffrey, p.a.s.i. (R. A. Easdale & Son) ; County 
Chambers, Castleford. [Castleford 58.] 

1929 East : Thomas William, “ Church Steps,” Aylesford, Kent. 

1927 Easton : (Mrs.) Ruth Meryon, a.a. Diploma ; 22 Montpelier Street, 

S.W.7. 

1925 *Ecclestone : James Henry, 58 North Worple Way, Mortlake, S.W.14. 

1928 *Eden : William Arthur, b.arch. Liverpool ; 10 Balmoral Terrace, 

Stockton-on-Tees. 

1929 Edgar : Norman, 43 Palmaise Street, Blaydon-upon-Tyne. 

1929 Edmunds : (Miss) Rosette Mary, Elwin Street, Strathfield, Sydney, 
Australia. 

1925 HEdwards : Frank James, Worcester House, Llandrindod Wells. 

1929 Edwards : Sidney- Roy, “ Hycroft,” Hartley, Higher Venn, Plymouth. 
1927 Egan : John Edward, 8 Osborne Road, Mowbray, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 

1926 Eley : Thomas Henry, 122 St. Dunstan’s Avenue, East Acton, W.3. 
1929 Elgar : Sidney, Woodgrange Cottage, Harnham Hill, Salisbury. 

1925 ||Elleray : Frederick Reginald, 13 Cromwell Road, Winnington, 

Northwich, Cheshire. 

1926 Ellis : Harold George, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; 16 Sandiways Road 

Wallasey. 

1923 Ellis : William Cecil, “ Little Minories,” Straight Road, Lexden 
Colchester. 

1925 HEtherington : Leonard, c/o Borough Engineer’s Office, High Street. 

Stockton-on-Tees. 

1927 Evans : Charles Herbert, 106 Monthermer Road, Cardiff. 

1923 Evans : Evan Arthur Edward, i Court-Ucha Terrace, Port Talbot 

1926 HEvans: Henry Llewellyn, Public Works Department, Sekondi 

Gold Coast, West Africa. ’ 


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Fairhurst : Robert Francis, 437 Lord Street, Southport 

Fairless: Charles Latham, The White House, The Promenade 
Llandudno, North Wales. rromtnaae, 

Fancott : William Edmund, 18 Marlow Road, Leicester. 

Arthur Hutry, 106 Albion Street, Southw-ick, Sussex 
Geoffrey John, i Cromwell Crescent, Earl’s Court S.W e 
Henry Collingwood, 34 Temple Fortune Lane NWn' 

*o.d. 

Ferriby : Edward Ashton, 35 Seaton Grove (off North Road! Hull 
Fieldsend : Henry, Belmont House, Ackworth, near PonVefracL 


Farmer 
Farmer : 
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Registered. 

1939 Firth : Thomas Frederick, 15 St. Michaels Square, Chapeltown 
Road, Leeds. 

1926 Fisher: (Mrs.) Barbara Sybil Holt, a.a. Diploma ; 11 Victoria 

Grove, Kensington, W.8. 

1928 Fisher : Roderick Charles, Wych Cross Place, Forest Row, Sussex. 

1926 Fleetwood-Hesketh : Charles Peter Fleetwood, i Wyndham 

Place, W.i. 

1928 Flegg : Bruce Martin, A.A.Diploma ; “ Southdene,” The Shrub- 
beries, South Woodford, Essex. 

1928 Fletcher*: (Miss) Janet, c/o Dr. Haven Emerson, 120 East 62nd 

Street, New York City, U.S.A. 

1927 Fogden : Joseph, 31 Park Road, Bolton, Lancs. 

1926 *Foley : Hugh Valentine, 72 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

1927 Folkes : John Homery, Hagley Grange, near Stourbridge. 

1929 Forbes : Hector John, 37A Clarence Parade, Southsea. 

1928 Forbes : Howard Tyldesley, c/o Messrs. Hobbs, Smith & Forbes, 

135 St. George’s Terrace, Perth, Western Australia. 

1927 *Forbes : Ian, The Sheiling, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. 

1928 Ford : George, 29 Leigh Park Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. 

1927 ||Ford : Hugh Hubbard, 23 Le Brun Road, Eastbourne, Sussex. 

1922 Ford : Walter Henry, 28 St. Mary’s Grove, Chiswick, W.4. 

1923 Forward : Maurice Howard, c/o The Borough Engineer’s Depart- 

ment, Town Hall, Southport, Lancs. 

1929 Fothringham : Thomas Scrymsoure Steuart, Murthly Castle, 

Murthly, Perthshire. 

1926 Fowles : Alec John, Daisy Croft, Rayleigh Road, Thundersley, 

Essex. 

1929 Fox : H. Leslie, c/o E. B. Kirby, Esq., 5 Cook Street, Liverpool. 
1925 Fox : Keith Stephen, 19 Brunswick Gardens, W.8. 

1924 * Fraser : James Milner, The Town Improvement Department, 

Municipality of Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

1927 Freeman : Philip Garforth, b. arch. Liverpool ; 36 Palmerston 

Street, Derby. 

1927 Freeth : Evelyn, 93 Redland Road, Bristol. 

1925 HFrench : Alec Frank, 52 High Street, Weston-super-Mare. 

1925 1 |French : John William, “ Lindisfame,” Brodrick Road, Hampden 
Park, Eastbourne. 

1927 Fridjhon : Clement Raymond, “ Denmark,” Albertyn Road, 

Muizenberg, South Africa. 

1929 Frith : Alfred Gerald Petter, York Cottage, Yeovil, Somerset. 

1928 Frizzell : Frederick George, 7 Mayow Road, Forest Hill, S.E.23. 

1927 Gajjar : Atmaram Manchharam, Tajpure, Bhungli Pole, Ahmedabad, 
Bombay Presidency, India. 

1927 Gale : Arthur Harry. 16 Lidgdale Street, Bow, E. 

1925 Gale: Jack Elfstrom, 8 St. Oswald’s Road, Small Heath, Birmingham. 

1929 Gardham : Henry Edgar, Lindencroft, Tupsley Cross, Hereford. 
1929 Gardner : Eric Godfrey, Hotel St. Kilda, Torrington Square, W.C.i. 

1926 Garratt : (Miss) Ella Mary, 71 Holyhead Road, Handsworth, Bir- 

mingham. 

1924 Gatley : Geoffrey Higson, M.A.(ARCH.)Mancr. ; Rockshire, Disley, 
Cheshire. 

1927 Gehlote : Ramprakash Lalchand, Ajmer Gate, Khatiwara, Jaipur 

City, Rajputana, India. 



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Registered. 

1915 George : Granville Walter Henry, ii Raincliff Avenue, Longsight, 
Manchester, S.E. 

1928 *Gibb : John James Bayne, 126 Forth Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow. 

1929 Gibberd : Frederick Ernest, Clarendon House, Clarendon Street, 

Earlsdon, Coventry. 

1928 Giddings : Henry Arthur Edward, 57 Avenue Road, N. Finchley, 

N.12. 

1929 Gifford : Robert Claude, Lombard Street, West Bromwich, 

1929 Gilham : Edward Charles, 52 Edge Lane, Liverpool. 

1928 Gillett : (Miss) Margaret, 5 Downshire Hill, N.W.3. 

1929 Gillies : William Henry, Barker Street, East Brisbane, Queensland, 

Australia. 

1928 Gladwin : Thomas Robert, Hayward Street, Paddington, Brisbane, 
Queensland, Australia. 

1928 Gleave : Joseph Lea, 36 Church Street, Bradford, Manchester. 

1924 Glover : Archibald William, 18 Charles Street, Hull. 

1898 Gloyn : Percival Edward, 81 Cicada Road, Wandsworth, S.W,i8. 

1926 Goddard : Alec Norris, 123 Dalzell Road, Stockwell, S.W.9. 

1927 Gold: Jack Brunner, 36 Great Ormond Street, W.C.i. 

[Museum 7883.] 

1928 # Golding : Alfred, 42 Rosebery Avenue, Westoe, South Shields. 

1927 Goldsmith : Humprey Hugh [R.I.B.A. Howard Colls Student 1924], 

1 ib Bishopswood Road, Hampstead Lane, N.6. 

1925 HGonsal : Herbert Emmanuel, “ Napcis,” Kotahena, Colombo, 

Ceylon. 

1925 ||Goode-Smith : Walter M„ c o Australia House, W.C.2. 

1929 Graham : Kevin, 3 Sandes Avenue, Kendal. 

1928 Gray : Alexander Stuart, 8 Richmond Gardens, Hendon, N.W4. 

1929 Grayson : Arthur Bellham, The Manse, Halesworth, Suffolk. 

1928 Green : Harry Albert, 62 Hewett Road, Portsmouth. 

1928 Green : Maurice Sydney, Theydon Priory, Theydon Bois, Essex. 
1925 *Greenwood : Fred, 234 Gloucester Terrace, W.2. 

1925 Greenwood: Harold, 40 St. John’s Road, Golders Green, N.W.ii. 

1929 Greenwood: Sydney', “ Hillcrest,” Hawthorn Avenue,' Monton 

Manchester. 

1925 [(Gregory : Wallace James Ignatius Daniel, p.a.s.i. : 7 Carteret 

Street, Queen Anne’s Gate, S.W.i. 

1918 Griffiths : Frederick Roland, “ Westerman,” Philoq Road Whit- 
church, Cardiff. 

1923 Griffiths : Gordon Herbert, 21 Dumfries Place, Cardiff. [Cardiff 

7768.] 

1926 Grigg : Leslie Arnold, 64 Queen’s Road, Norwich. 

1924 Griggs: Henry Thomas Brock. 9 Bramerton Street, Chelsea S W 7 

1927 Grove : Edward Atkins, ii Belsize Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.3’. 


1925 HH^GH^^GeoffreY’ Poplar ViUa, 62 Somerset Road, Almondbury, 
Hall : Arthur Leonard, 26 Abbottswood Road, Streatham, S W 16 


1927 


^ .-vooorrsuood Koad, Streatham, S W 16 
1925 *Hail. Fredemck George Alfred, 42 Courtenay Road, Worcest e ; 

1927 Hardie : David Gardiner, Manse of Cockpen, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian 

1928 « ARDrNG: Douglas Edison, 304 London Road, South Lowestoft, Suffolk’ 

1929 Harper : Denis Ram-nsley, The Pharmacy, Starbech, Harrogate 
,923 Harris : Kenneth William Furneaux, 45 Denning Road N W 3 



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Registered. 

1929 Harris : Leonard David, 128 King Henry’s Road, N.W.3. 

1923 Harris : Walter Henry Biggs, 6 Gresley Road, Highgate, N.19. 

1927 Harrison : Edward James, 29 St. Mary’s Parade, Castle Hill, 

Lancaster. 

1 924 Harrison : Frederick Claude Smith, Esh Road, Quebec, Co. Durham. 
1929 Harrison : Gerald Henry, 23 Flambard Road, Northwick Park, 

Middlesex. 

1926 Harrison : Ronald Herbert, 64 Church Street, Woolwich, S.E.18. 
1909 Harrison : Samuel, “ Aldersyde,” Cannock, Staffs. 

1927 Hartland : Eric John, 385 Pinner Road, Harrow, Middlesex. 

1928 Hartley : James Stanley, i i i Lichfield Grove, Church End, Finchley, 

N.3. 

1927 Hartley : William Suthers, “ Arenig,” Brook Lane, Oldham. 

1905 Hartnell : Archibald Philip, 33 Leinster Gardens, Bavswater, W.2. 

1923 HHarvey : Frederick William, 22 Goswick Avenue, High Heaton, 

Newcastle-upon-T yne . 

1921 Harvey : John Dean Monroe, B.A.Lond. [R.I.B.A. Donaldson Medallist 
1917-18] ; 6/24 Sancroft Street, Kennington, S.E.ii. 

1924 Harvey : (Miss) Muriel, St. Margarets, Cedar Avenue, East Barnet, 

Herts. 

1905 Harvey : William, “ Dallinga,” Lower Road, Fetcham, Surrey. 

1924 Haskins : Allan Daniel Aitken, 16 Sampson Road, Sparkbrook, 

Birmingham. 

1929 Hassell : Gordon Frederick, 73 Stanley Road, Hounslow, Middlesex. 
1923 *Hatcher : Basil Ainsworth, Tudor Cottage, Rushmere, Ipswich. 
1929 Hawkard : Cyril, Thornhill, Rochdale Road East, Heywood, 

Lancashire. 

1927 Hawson : Hugh, “ Lonmay,” 23 Hillhouse Road, Blackhall, Edin- 

burgh. 

1926 Hawtin : (Miss) Marjorie Edith, i Amgask Road, Catford, S.E.6. 

1928 Hay : George Stanley, Tweed House, 38 Grove Road, Wanstead, E.11. 

1927 Haynes : Thomas Charles, dip.arch. Liverpool ; 190 Lauderdale 

Mansions, Maida Vale, W.9. 

1926 Haysom : Ernest William, c/o Borough Surveyor’s Department, 

Town Hall, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1916 Haywood : Algar Arthur Newton, 15 Farm Street, Mayfair, W.i. 

1929 Heath : Clive Patterson, “ Kidston,” 26 Fairlight Street, Manly, 

Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 

1927 Hedges : Harold Mason, “ Liskeard,” 105B Battersea Rise, S.W.11. 

1921 Helbing : Vernon Adolphus Job, 10 Lydeard Road, East Ham, E.6. 

1927 *Helm : William Rex, 32 Eastbourne Street, Oldham. 

1928 Henderson : Percy Pithie, 16 Thirlstane Lane, Edinburgh. 

1928 Henniker : Richard Frederick, “ Carlinwark,” Middleton Road, 

Camberley, Surrey. 

1929 Herbert : Anthony, 98 Regent Road, Leicester. 

1929 Herbert : Geoffrey Brian, 64 Cambridge Terrace, W.2. 

1925 Hersch : Robert Joseph, Bloomsbury' House Club, 34 Cartwright 

Gardens, W.C.i. 

1926 Hewitt : Alfred, 138 Loughborough Park, Brixton, SVV.9. 

1925 HHidden : Hugh Rensburg, Bay View, Blandford Road, Hamworthy, 
Dorset. 

1927 Highet : Graeme Ian Campbell, Bamborough, Horsell, Woking, Surrey. 

1922 Hill : John Raworth, 43 Great Marlborough Street, Regent Street, 

W.i. [Regent 4634.] 

1927 Hillier : Norman Basil, dip.arch. Liverpool ; Pinaster, Winchester. 


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Registered. 

1929 Hills : James William, c/o Pryde, 2 Willowbrae Avenue, Edinburgh. 
1929 Hinton : Robert Charles Hamilton, 16 Lakeside Road, Palmers 
Green, N.13. 

1928 *Hirst : William, 25 Torrington Square, W.C.i. 

1927 Hodge : Denis Chapman, 181 Ladbroke Grove, W.io. 

1928 Hodson : (Miss) Mary Agnes Margaret, Sandcliff, The Way, Reigate. 
1927 Hogarth : Horace Aylwyn, “ Holmlea,” Barrow Lane, Hessle, 

East Yorks. 

1929 Holford : William Graham, School of Architecture, Ashton Street, 

Liverpool . 

1925 HHollingdale : Stephen Russell, The Chalet, Vallance Road, 

Alexandra Park, N.22. 

1927 *Holt : Arthur Neville, dip. arch. Liverpool ; Morlan, Graham Road, 

West Kirby, Cheshire. 

1929 Honeywell : Frederick William, Hen Bersondy, Llanover, Aber- 
gavenny, Mon. 

1926 *Hough : George Cecil, B.ARCH.Liverpool ; 29 Wood Lane, High- 

gate, N.6. 

1908 Howe : Wilfred, 8 Tithby Drive, Sherwood, Nottingham. 

1925 |[Hughes : Cyril Aubrey, 96 Glanbrydan Avenue, Swansea. 

1928 Hughes : John [R.I.B.A. Archibald Dawnay Scholar 1928], 19 Store- 

ton Road, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

1926 Hughes : John Leslie, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; 15 Portman Road, 

Wavertree. Liverpool. 

1929 Humphrey: William Edward, 90 Curzon Street, Long Eaton, 

Derbyshire 

1927 Hunt : Henry Arthur, 26 Sedlescombe Road, Fulham, S.W.6. 

1926 Hurden : Stanley Allen, 23 Rectory Grove, S.W.4. 

1929 Iles : John Bird, “ The Gap House,” Broadstairs, Kent. 

1926 Ingoldsby : Joseph, “ Newby,” Bachelors Lane, Dee Banks, Chester. 
1929 Innes : Douglas William, 17 Caledonian Place, Aberdeen. 

1925 HIreson : John, Holmewood Estate Office, Holme, near Peterborough. 

1927 Isherwood : John Henry Inglis, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; Myrtle Dene, 

Formby, Lancs. 


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Jackson : Cecil Charles, Essex Hotel, Parchment Street, Winchester. 
Jackson : Charles Henry, 374 Lytham Road, Blackpool. 

Jackson : Geoffrey Hart, The Croft, Abington, Northampton. 
Jackson : Gildart Edg.ar Pemberton, ioi Great Russell Street, W.C.i . 
Jackson : Herbert [R.I.B.A, Recognised Schools Bronze Medallist 
1929], 221 Holyhead Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. 

Jackson : William Theodore, 42 Sutton Road, Muswell Hill N 10 
Jacobson: Leslie Sturmer, 361 The Cliff, Higher Broughton 
Manchester. ’ 

IIJempson : Jack, 23 New Cottages, Rowden Mills, near Tonbridge 
Kent. b ’ 

Gilbert Lawrence Martin, 38 Elm Park Road S W 3 
Herbert Lloyd, 78 Wickham Road, S.E.4. 

Arthur Edward, 26 Syr David’s Avenue, Canton, Cardiff 
: Allan [R.I.BA. Recognised Schools Bronze Medallist 1928] 
10 Gathome Avenue, Roundhav Road, Leeds. 

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Registered. 

1903 Johnston : Reginald, New Oxford House, Hart Street, W.C.i. 
[Hoi bom 8321.] 

1925 IIJohnston : Walter, 114 Musgrave Gardens, Durham City. 

1925 j | Jolley : Vincent, “ Beta,” Springbank Avenue, Thornton, Blackpool. 
1923 Jones : Herbert Henry Barker, m.c. ; c/o Messrs. Lockwood, 

Abercrombie & Saxon, St. Werburgh Street, Chester. 

1926 Jones : John Harold, c/o H. Peter Hing, Esq., 121 Colmore Row, 

Birmingham. 

1923 Jones : Leonard Stanley, 18 Blenheim Road, Reading. 

1925 IIJones : Lewis, Bethcar Street, Ebbw Vale, Mon. [Ebbw Vale 134.] 
1908 Jones : Matthew Meredith Creasy, c/o Messrs. M. Muir & Co., 

Contractors, 6 Bank Place, Kilmarnock. 

1926 Jones : William Richard, The City Engineer’s Drawing Office, 

Municipal Buildings, Dale Street, Liverpool. 

1925 Jopling : Edward Laurence, c/o 6 Grey Street, Hull. 

1929 Kain : Wilfrid Charles, 2 Carlingford Road, West Green, N.15. 
1928 Kean : John Edward Robert Griffin, 23 Kingsdown Avenue, West 
Ealing, W.13. 

1921 Keay : Cyril Francis McLaren, “ The Cedars,” Letchworth Road, 
Leicester. 

1926 Kelham : Harry Wilkinson, 29 Empingham Hill, Stamford, Lines. 
1928 Kelly : Howard Laurence, 14 Greenfield Gardens, N.W.2. 

1928 Kelly : Stanley Wilson, dip.arch. Liverpool ; “ Greeba,” Wood- 

ville Avenue, Great Crosby, Liverpool. 

1926 Kelsall : John Scott [Soane Medallist, 1924], 39 The Drive, Hove, 
Sussex. 

1921 Kemp : Sidney James, Tilehurst, Farley Road, Sanderstead, Surrey. 
1926 Kemp : William Charles, 2A Portnall Road, Harrow Road, Paddington, 
W.9. 

1926 Kendrick : Albert William Royal, 43 Popes Grove, Twickenham, 

Middlesex. 

1927 Kennedy : Robert Terence, 34 Chapel Road, Northenden, Cheshire. 

1929 Kenyon : George, 2 Wellington Field, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

1928 Rerrison : Walter James Ernest, Bunya Street, Eagle Farm, Brisbane, 

Australia. 

1926 Kershaw : Sidney, 5 Poplar Avenue, Bradshaw, near Bolton. 

1928 King : (Miss) Elizabeth Stevenson, 26 Regent Park Square, Glasgow, 

S.i. 

1927 King : Frederick Stanley, 9 Whitfield Avenue, Newcastle-under- 

Lyme, Staffs. 

1927 King : Laurence Edward, Univ. Lond. School Diploma, “The Way- 

side, ’’Shenfield Common, Brentwood, Essex. [Brentwood 438.] 

1928 *King : William Henry, *4 Heasle Mount, Hyde Park, Leeds. 

1927 Kininmonth : William Hardie, c/o Downes, Camboume, 62 Lein- 

ster Square, W.2. 

1928 Knighton : Philip Harold, “ The Crest,” Longedge Lane, Winger- 

worth, near Chesterfield. 

1928 *Knowles : Herbert James, Dip.ARCH.Liverpool ; 23 Craven Avenue, 

Plymouth, Devon. 

1929 Lacoste : Gerald Auguste Charles, 19 L'pperton Gardens, East- 

bourne. 

1926 *Lamb : William [Distinction in Thesis ], Saxon Tower, Windsor Castle, 
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1927 Lane : George Charles, “ Norwood,” 11 King’s Drive, Gravesend. 

1927 *Lane : Howard Ross, “Bramshaw,” ' King’s Avenue, Christchurch, 

Hants. 

1923 Laurie : William Kennedy. 

1929 Lavers : Ralph Stephenson, “ Glamesk,” Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 

192s ||Lawrence : Eugene Ernest Oliver, “ Welbeck,” Canvey Island, 
Essex. 

1928 Lee : Joseph William, Leville House, Rotherham Road, Hemsworth, 

near Pontefract. 

1928 Lee : Richard Edmund, 72 Rosendale Road, West Dulwich, S.E.24. 
1928 Leeb : Isidore, Queens Hotel, Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1928 Leftwich : Richard Alfred, 50 Sussex Gardens, W.2. 

1928 Lester : Peter Frank, Green’s Norton, near Towcester, Northants. 

1928 Lewis : Gilbert Norman, 23 Orchard Road, Bromley, Kent. 

1929 Lewis : John, “ Oaklands,” Mountain Road, Caerphilly. 

1925 Liddle : Edwin Joseph, 30 Osborne Road, Stroud Green, N.4. 

1928 Light: Alfred Charles, International House, 500 Riverside Drive, 

New York, U.S.A. 

1927 Lichtfoot : Brodrick St. Clair, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; 33 Ashdale 

Road, Mossley Hill, Liverpool. 

1928 Linfield : Guy Reginald [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student at A.A. 

1929], Bellcumba Lodge, St. Winefrides Road, Littlehampton, Sussex. 
1925 Linford : Albert Louis (Marston & Linford), 36 Market Street, 
Tamworth. [Tamworth 144.] 

1900 Ling : Frederick Allen, The Homestead, Kinson, Bournemouth. 
1908 Littlejohn : Louis Salmond, 7 Welton Avenue, Didsbury, Man- 
chester. 

1927 Livingstone : Alexander Hodge, 95 Avenue Park Street, Mary hill, 

Glasgow. 

1928 Llewellyn : Glyn Price, Bryn Awel, Cymmer, Porth, Glam. 

1927 Lloyd : William Raymond [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student at A.A. 

1927], 18 Broad Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset. 

1923 Lloyd : William Thomas, 1192 Neath Road, Landore, Swansea. 

1925 Long : Albert Edward, Killin Cottage, Agates Lane, Ashtead, Surrey. 

1926 Longland : Archibald Tatham, “ Hayslope,” Tennyson Road, 

Yeerongpillv, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

1927 Lorimer : Allan Gordon, Room 1138, John Jay Hall, Columbia 

University, New York City, U.S.A. 

1929 *Lovett : William Francis Benjamin, 34 Cartwright Gardens, 

Tavistock Square, W.C.i. 

1929 Lowe : William Louis, 31 Ash Street, Southport. 

1928 Lowes : Walter Edward, The Homes, Hextable, Swanley, Kent. 

1929 Lowry: Wilfred Laurence, 218 Portland Street, Southport. 

1928 *Lowther : Anthony William George, “ The Old Quarry,” Ashtead, 
Surrey. 

1926 *Lubynski : Norman Francis, Strathmore Avenue, Camps Bay, South 

Africa. 

1928 Luke : Him Sac, London Central Y.M.C.A., Tottenham Court 
Road, W.C.i . 

1928 Lumley : David Francis, Lavender Cottage, 7 Browning Avenue 
Prittlewell, Essex. 

1925 ULuscombe : Ernest George, c o The County Education Architect 
Sessions House, Maidstone. 

1925 Lyon : Neville Arthur, 46 Dover Street, Piccadilly, W r . 

1927 Lyons : Edward Douglas, 40 Henderson Road, Forest Gate, E.7. 


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1925 HMcCarthy : Augustus Edgar, 83 Dorset Avenue, Marshall’s Park, 

Romford, Essex. 

1926 Macdonald : Alfred Ian Duncan, 195 Bath Street, Glasgow, C.2. 
1929 M "Donald : Donald Calvert, 25 Torrington Square, W.C.i. 

1926 *MacDonald : Eric Alexander Hector, 234 Gloucester Terrace, W.2. 
1929 *Macdonald : George Sutherland, 21 Moray Street, Elgin, Moray- 
shire. 

1929 Macdonald : Hugh Sinclair, College of Art, Edinburgh. 

1928 MacDonald : John William, 6 Allan Drive, High Possil, Glasgow. 

1929 McIntosh : Charles Wilkie, Pendennis Close, Kings Norton, 

Birmingham. 

1929 MTntyhe : Donald, Melkridge House, Durham City. 

1925 |(MacKeith : Charles Hewitson, iio Church Road, St. Annes-on-Sea, 

Lancs. 

1926 Mackenzie : Alan, c,'o Mrs. Williams, 34 Avonmore Road, West 

Kensington, W.14. 

1929 Mackness : Arthur Reginald, 47 Apsley Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
1929 *McLaren : Ian Hastings, Abbotsville, Cults, Aberdeenshire. 

1929 Maclennan : (Miss) Emily Lind, 14 Cluny Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1928 *Macleod : Alexander Norman, P.O. Box 418, New Waterford, N.S., 

Canada. 

1922 McManus : Sydney Charles, 675 Wandsworth Road, Clapham, S.W.8. 

1923 McMorran : Donald Hanks [ Pugin Student 1925], 34 Butler Avenue, 

Harrow-on-the-Hill . 

1925 ||McMullen : Leo Edward, 263 Rochdale Road, Blackley, Manchester. 

1929 Madeley : Robert George, “ Cromford,” Middleton Road, Streetly, 

near Birmingham. 

1927 Maitland : James, 18 King Street, Paisley. 

1927 Maitland : Ralph Waldo, 20 Buckland Crescent, N.W.3. [Primrose 
Hill 1667.] 

1905 Maltby : Charles Burton, 243 Nantwich Road, Crewe. 

1926 Manning: RogerDavys, 31 Monmouth Road, Westboume Grove, W.2. 
1929 *Mansfield : John Leslie Stephen, c,o Australian Bank of Commerce, 

Ltd., 62 Bishopsgate, E.C.2. 

1926 *Mant : Cecil George, 8 Lansdowne Road, Muswell Hill, N.io. 

1929 Marrett : Eric Moore, 5 Wentworth Road, Golders Green, N.W.n. 

1927 Marriott : Eric Charles, 68 Malvern Road, Dalston, E.8. 

1926 Marsh : Joseph Stanley, 94 Church Road, Urmston, near Manchester. 

1926 Marshall : Hedley Bernard, 2 Rochester Square, Camden Road, 

N.W.i. 

1927 Marshall : Thomas Leslie, 190 Parrock Street, Gravesend. 

1929 Marston : Frank, c/o Public Works Department, Entebbe, Uganda, 
East Africa. 

1927 Martin : John Leslie, “ Holmleigh,” Bramhall Lane, Bramhall, 

Cheshire. 

1929 Massey : Edward Francis, Laburnum House, Manchester Road, 
near Warrington. 

1929 Mastin : Harold, 15 Cavendish Street, Sheffield. 

1929 Matthew : Robert Hogg [Pugin Student 1929], 43 Minto Street, 
Edinburgh. 

1928 Maybury : Matthew, 64 Albion Road, Dalston, E.8. 

1929 Mayman : Leslie Gilpin, 122 Victoria Avenue, Hull. 

1912 Maynard : Frederick James, 158 Pinner Road, Harrow. 

1913 Medley : Clifford, Sunny Mount, Keighley, Yorks. 

1928 Meed : Hubert Leslie, 9 Reigate Road, Seven Kings, Essex. 

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Registered. 

1928 Mehta : Jagjivandas Karsandas, 7 Church Street, Bombay No. to, 

Mazagon, India. 

1926 Mellor : Frank, Bankfield Road, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. 

1915 Mercer : John Frederick Lees, 26 Devonshire Crescent, Sherwood, 
Nottingham. 

1929 Merchant : Yahyabhoy Casumji, Architectural Association, 34 

Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1928 ‘Metcalfe : John George, 36 Cedar Grove, Lodge Lane, Liverpool. 
1925 Mew: Francis Joseph Templeman, “ Polars,” Newport, Isle of Wight. 

1925 [|Mew : Leonard, “ Engadine,” Rufford Road, Sherwood, Nottingham. 

1928 Mhatre : Gajnau Baboorao, 29 Glenmore Road, N.W.3. 

1926 Micklethwaite : Daniel Marriott, B.A.Oxon, ; 3 Staverton Road, 

Oxford. 

1929 Midgley : Richard, 8 Agnes Road, Barnsley, Yorks. 

1928 Mileson : Harold, 40 Chaucer Road, Wanstead, E.n. 

1928 Miller : James, 22 Lennox Avenue, Scotstoun, Glasgow, W. 

1926 Millington : Cyril Richard, c/o 88 Stormont Road, Clapham 

Common North, S.W.11. 

1929 Mitchell : Charles Marcus Fitz-William, c/o James Morris, Esq., 

Architect, Union Castle Buildings, Adderley Street, Cape Town, 
South Africa. 

1928 Mitchell : (Miss) Phyllis Ernestine, 7 Trebovir Road, Earl’s Court, 
S.W.5. 

1928 ‘Mitchell : Thomas, “ Dunolly,” Dalhousie Road, Barnhill, Broughty 

Ferry, Forfarshire. 

1910 Mobbs : Hedley Adams, 18 Ruskin Avenue, St. Giles, Lincoln. 

1929 Moffat : John Burn, 120 Main Street, Spittal, Berwick. 

1929 Mollison : William, 23 Ossington Street, Bayswater, W.2. 

1927 Montagu : (Mrs.) Anne Mabel Olivia, 39 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1927 Moore : Charles Edward. c,o Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 
1912 Moore : Joseph, “ Braystones,” Green Lane, Dronfield, near Sheffield. 

1928 Moore : Kenneth Ewan, 92 Shiriand Road, W.9. 

1924 Moore : Shirley Simpson, 22 Highway Road, Evington Lane, 

Leicester. 

1923 ‘Morgan : Brodrick John Morris, 28 Sanderstead Avenue, N.W.2. 
1927 Morgan : John Loring, Lucksway, Littlehampton Road, Worthing, 
Sussex. 

1909 Morley : William Brighten Rlx, 57 Christchurch Road, Norwich. 

1929 Morreau : Cecil Joseph, Highfield, Didsbury, Manchester. 

1927 Morris : Cyril Laurence, 28 Smith Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

1928 Morrison : (Miss) Elizabeth, “ Ardgour,” 24 Belgrave Road, Corstor- 

phine, Edinburgh. 

1928 Morrison : (Miss) Rachel Dorothy, 7 Cleveland Gardens, W.2. 

1929 ‘Morrison : Robert James, 24 Cedar Place, Aberdeen. 

1929 Morter : Philip Sidney Pelham, 26 Princes Avenue, Liverpool. 

1925 Motafram : Jamshedji Doss.abhoy, 41 i Girguam Road, Thakurdwar, 

P.O. No. 2, Bombay, India. 

1916 Mountain : Albert Horace, 70 Coleridge Avenue, Penarth, Glam 
1928 Mowbray : John Graham, “ Newara,” Oceania Terrace, Manly 
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

1926 ‘Mowbray : William Bawden, “ Trewirgie,” 36 Albion Road, Sutton 

Surrey. 

1921 Moxon : Cecil Horsfield, Clayton West, near Huddersfield 

1927 Mungeam: Reginald Herbert, “ Oakdene,” Stoneleigh Drive, 

Worcester Park, Surrey. 



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Registered. 

1928 Murray : Bruce Hayden Richardson, c/o Messrs. Conder, Follet & 

Farmer, Cangallo 666, Buenos Aires. 

1927 Murray : Eric, DiP.ARCH.Liverpool ; 43 Springwood Avenue, Aller- 
ton, Liverpool. 

1927 Murray : James Mackie, 5 Dick Place, Edinburgh. 

1926 *Napohtano : Frederick, 35 Theobald’s Road, W.C.x. 

1926 Nariel WALLA : Nariman Dadabhoy, Tapia Building, ‘A ’ Block 

No. 3, New Chami Road, Bombay, India. 

1927 Narwekah : Shridhar Jayaram, Architectural Department, Special 

Engineers’ Office, Bombay Municipality, Bombay, India. 

1912 Nathanielsz : John Julian, Rajasinghe Road, Wellewatte, Colombo, 
Ceylon. 

1926 Neil : Charles Warren, “ Langley,” 14 Valkyke Road, Westcliff-on- 

Sea. 

1929 Neil : Norman Alexander Gordon, 47 Morton Street, Joppa, 

Midlothian. 

1929 Nelson: John Oughtred, ii Conyers Avenue, Birkdale, Southport. 

1928 Newton : Ernest Albert, 164 Oxford Road, Manchester. 

1921 Newton : Frank, 26 Ramsden Street, Huddersfield. 

1929 Nicholls : Herbert Edward, 61 Gaskarth Road, Balham Hill, S.W.12. 

1927 Nicolls : Gustavus Flitcroft, Fir View, Culverden Park Road, 

Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 

1929 Nightingale : Douglas Eric, 283, Trinity Road, Wandsworth 
Common, S.W.18. 

1929 Noad : Richard Mervyn, The Den, Perth, Scotland. 

1927 North : Guy Wood, 23 Cannon Place, Brighton. 

1925 HNuttall : Harold, Wreawood, Fleetwood Road, Carleton, Blackpool. 

1925 [IOak : George William, 13 Thackeray Road, King’s Norton, Bir- 
mingham. 

1929 Oakes : Colin St. Clair Rycroft, 28 Surrey Road, Harrow, 
Middlesex. 

1927 Oakley : Edmund (W. H. Wood & E. Oakley), 4 Cloth Market, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. [Newcastle Central 4848.] 

1929 Oatley : James William, 32 Perryn House, Bromyard Avenue, 
East Acton, W.3. 

1929 O’Flynn : Edmond Patrick Joseph, Lee Villa, Cork. 

1925 Orfeur : Ronald Francis, 30 Guessens Road, Welwyn Garden City. 

1926 O’Rorke : Edward Brian [R.I.B.A. Archibald Davmay Scholar 1926 ; 

R.I.B.A. Recognised Schools Bronze Medallist 1926], 14 Ovington 
Street, Chelsea, S.W. 

1927 Osburn : William John Arthur. 

1929 Owen : Herbert, “ Gadlys,” 65 Monmouth Road, Wallasey. 

1911 Owens : William Richard, 98 Anfield Road, Liverpool. 

1929 Padgaokar : Keshavrao At.maram, Architect’s Department, Executive 
Engineer’s Office, Bombay Municipality, Fort, Bombay, India. 
1917 Padget : Montague William, Assistant Architect, Public Works 
Dept., Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

1928 Padmore : Robert Barton, 30 Culliford Road, Dorchester. 

1929 Padte : Dwarkanath Gajanan, c o Messrs. Bhedwar & Bhedwar, 

17 Elphinstone Circle, Fort, Bombay, India. 

1925 Pallett : Edwin, P.O. Box 360, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. 


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1926 Parelkar : Shankerrao Harrischandra, 1312 Parel Village, near 

Government House, Parel, Bombay, India. 

1927 Parker : Hedley, 22 Addington Mansions, Highbury, N.5. 

1925 Parkes : Frederick Ernest, “ Stoneridge,” Quinton, Birmingham. 

1928 Parr : John William, 32 Gordon Place, Kensington, W.8. 

1928 Parsons : David William, 205 Franciscan Road, S.W.17. 

1928 Parsons : Leslie Harry, 20 Albion Terrace, Horsham, Sussex. 

1929 Passmore : Archibald John, 89 Beechdale Road, Brixton Hill, S.W.2. 
1917 Pastakia : Shiawax Cowasjee, Kolah House, 658 Tardeo Road, 

Bombay, India. 

1929 Paterson : Lennox Dundas, Lochside House, Hamilton, Lanarkshire. 
1928 Patker : Vithal Makund, 112 Gower Street, W.C.i. 

1925 Payton : Arthur George Redvers, “ The Dell,” Sharmans Cross 

Road, Solihull, Warwickshire. 

1926 Pearce : Nathaniel Frank, c/o 28 Morton Road, Exmouth, Devon. 

1927 Pearson : Charles Edward, 18 Dalton Square, Lancaster. 

1908 Peart : Victor Hobart Benson, 25 Easton Street, High Wycombe. 

1926 Peermahomed : Abdulla Mahomed, 112 Gower Street, W.C.i. 

1925 Pegg : Alfred Lloyd Frank, The Town Hall, Tottenham, N.15. 

1927 Penn : Colin Troughton, 75 Abbey Road, Warley, Birmingham. 

1927 Penn : William Henry Milner, The Whyn, Bosham, Sussex. 

1928 Pepler : (Miss) Marion, Apsley, Beechwood Road, Sanderstead, Surrey. 
1925 ||Perkins : Samuel Barclay, 25 Handen Road, Lee, S.E.12. 

192s I|Perrett : David Charles, p.a.s.i. ; 181 Nantwich Road, Crewe. 

1928 Pescod : Harold George, 15 Wansbeck Road, Jarrow, Co. Durham. 

1927 Peskett : Harry Michael [R.I.B.A. Henry Jarvis Student at A.A. 

1928], 2 Ranelagh Road, Redhill, Surrey. 

1928 Pettit : Henry Edward, 35 Taylor’s Lane, Sydenham, S.E.26. 

1920 Pexton . Frederick William, Borough Engineer’s Department, 

Town Hall, Leigh, Lancs. 

1929 Phillips : Roy Lovell, 15 Routh Road, S.W.18. 

1928 Phillipson : (Miss) Beatrix Janet, College House, Finchley, N 3. 
1925 IIPhipps : Alfred Stanley, 39 London Road, Leicester. 

1928 Pickering : Charles Edward, 52 Huron Road, Upper Tooting S W 17 

1928 Pittaway: Harold, “Hillside,” 3 Coles Lane, Hill Top, West 

Bromwich. ’ 

1924 Pitter : Geoffrey William Knowles, 92 Blythswood Road, Good- 

mayes, Essex. 

1925 HPlace : Captain Francis Griffith John, Box 488, G.P O Adelaide 

South Australia. 

1927 *Plant : Walter Geoffrey, dip.arch. Liverpool [RIBA, Archibald 
Daivnay Scholar 1927] ; Hall Cross Cottage, Doncaster 
1927 Playne : Edward, Bancrofts, Woodford Green Essex 
1908 Polglase : Ernest John, Architect’s Office, Public Works Department 
Penang, Straits Settlements. ’ 

1927 Poltock : John Willey, Gable End, Chalk Hill Road, Wembley Park 
Middlesex. ’ 

1929 Polson : Franklin Murray. 4 Barons Court W 14 

1929 Porteous: Sfi.wvn Berkeley, 202 Upland Road, East Dulwich 
S.E.22. ’ 


1928 Porter : Herbert Gould, c o The Arrhite.-tuni \ • ■ 

Bedford Square, W.C.i. he Architectural Association, 3 4 

,927 Potter : John Edward, The Gables, Bath Road, Kettering 

1927 *Poulton : Denis dip.arch Liverpool ; 2 Wellington Square Oxford 

1928 Powell : Adrian Evelyn, New House Farm Yate Glos 




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1926 Powell : Habold Hamilton, B.ASCH.Liverpool ; 51 Vaughan Road, 
New Brighton, Cheshire. 

[923 Powell : Maynard Henry, 40 Woodstock Road, Moseley, Birming- 
ham. 

1929 Powys : (Miss) Isobel, 13 Hammersmith Terrace, W. 

1926 Preston: (Miss) Constance Winifred [R.I.B.A. Archibald Dawnay 

Scholar 1926], Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex. 

1928 Price : Geoffrey Langford, The Quarry, Fairwater, near Cardiff. 
1928 Price : (Miss) Olwen Marguerite Emmerson, Maesteg House, 
Whitchurch, Cardiff. 

1 925 ||Price : Reginald, 62 Cavan Road, Clubmoor, Liverpool. 

1917 Priest : Alfred Llewellyn, 17 South Luton Place, Cardiff. 

1928 Proffitt : Norman Wedgwood, 195 Birmingham Road, Walsall, Staffs. 

1927 Pugh : Leslie, “ Sandycroft,” Ness, Neston, near Birkenhead. 

1928 Pullen : Albert, c/o J. Collier, Esq., “ Melbury,” Highcliffe-on-Sea, 

Hants. 

1926 Pyman : Noel, Holly Lodge, St. James’s Park, Harrogate. 

1929 Ramage : Herbert, 39 Dundrennan Road, Langside, Glasgow. 

1925 HRamsden : Thomas Pickering, 90 Walton Street, Barnsley. 

1929 Randall : Gerald Frayne, Flat 3, 23 Soho Square, W.i. 

1929 Raven : Geoffrey, 44 First Avenue, East Dene, Rotherham. 

1926 Rea : Arthur John, Fligh Street, Solihull, Birmingham. 

1929 Rea : Herbert Francis, Lakemead, Totnes, S. Devon. 

1927 Read : (Miss) Jean Helen, Flushing House, Great Bookham, Surrey. 

1926 Redding: Cyril Norman Meriden, 128 Bridge Road, Grays, Essex. 

1927 * Redwood : Reginald Seymour [ Distinction in Thesis], 56 Market Place, 

Chippenham, Wilts. 

1929 Rees : Lister Philip, 239 Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, W.io. 

1924 Reid: Herbert James, 39 Hollin Park Terrace, Oakwood, Leeds. 

1929 Reid : James Eugene, 63 Ashwell Road, Manningham, Bradford. 
1929 Rendell : Frederick Charles, 5 Ensor Mews, Onslow Gardens, S.W.7. 
1927 Rennett : David Herbert, 138 Brondesbury Villas, Queen’s Park, 

N.W.6. 

1927 Reuben : Samuel Simon, 112 Gower Street, W.C.i. 

1929 Rex : Leon Henry, “ Cleburne,” Cleve Hill, Downend, Bristol. 

1926 Reynolds : John Joseph, 69 Cabra Road, Dublin, Ireland. 

1927 Richards : James Maude, 48 Pembridge Villas, W.11. [Park 6632.] 
1929 Richards : Leonard Francis, 57 Bishops Road, Whitchurch, Glam. 

1927 Ridout : Alfred Henry, 15 Tennyson Street, Swindon. 

1928 Riley : Harold, c o C. W. Milbum, Esq., Feethams, Darlington, 

Co. Durham. 

1929 Ritchie: John Archibald, 17 Clarendon Road, W.n. 

1923 Roberts : Arthur Henry, 18 Ray Gardens, Maidenhead, Berks. 

1929 Robinson : Arthur, 8 Medomslev Road, Consett, Co. Durham. 

1927 Robinson : Aubyn Peart, 71 Victoria Road, W.8. 

1923 Rogers: Donald John, 96 Trinity Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. 

1927 Rogers : Thomas Howard, 192 Alcester Road South, King’s Heath, 

Birmingham. 

1925 !|Rome : Arthur, 55A Union Street, Burton-on-Trent. 

1929 Rose : John Cruikshank, 103 Rosebery Road, Muswell Hill, N.io. 

1925 Ross : (Miss) Caroline MacDonald, dip. arch .Abdn. ; 28 Fountain- 
hall Road, Aberdeen. 

1928 Ross : Hugh Michael, 36 Hurlingham Road, S.W.6. 

1929 Ross : Neil, c o Stewart, 1 Grosvenor Place, Aberdeen. 




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Registered. 

1939 Ross : Robert 82 Ashley Terrace, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland. 
1927 Roth : Daniel, 64 Antill Road, Bow, E.3. 

1929 Roth : Stanley Henry James, South African Students’ Club, 8 
Granville Place, W.i. 

1926 Rothwell : Rolf Holroyd, 247 Errwood Road, Bumage, Manchester. 

1925 ||Rowe : Frederick H. W., 17 Prince John Road, Eltham, S.E.9. 

1926 Rowles : Douglas Lawrence, “ Trondra,” Beltinge, Heme Bay. 

1927 Roxburgh: Charles Wallace, Church Street, Claremont, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 

1911 Rudhall : Percy William Graham, 52 West End Lane, N.W.6. 

1925 Rule : William Cecil, 45 Stradella Road, Heme Hill, S.E. 

1925 Rushworth : Stephen Hudson, i Hambleton Terrace, Knaresborough. 
1927 Russell : James Bell, 10 Ayr Street, Glasgow, N. 

1925 URussell : Ronald James, c/o The Borough Engineer, Council House, 
Walsall. 


1925 USainsbury : Cyril Ernest, 166 Tarring Road, Worthing, Sussex. 

1927 Salvin : Thomas Edward, 118 Broom Road, Rotherham. 

1928 Samways : Ernest George, c/o Mrs. Johnson, 11 Bloomfield Gardens, 

Belfast, Ireland. 

1929 Sanders : Frederick John, 6 Prospect Road, Moseley, Birmingham. 

1926 Sargent : Harry Lionel, 48 Brynland Avenue, Bishopston, Bristol. 
1926 Sartain : Sidney Phillip, 3 Hadley Gardens, Chiswick, W.4. 

1929 Sathe : Laxman Vishnoo, 379 Khar, Bombay 21, India. 

1924 *Saunders : George Sleith, 53 Park Lane, Victoria Square, Leeds. 

1925 ||Saunders : Victor Clare Lindon, 28 Holders Hill Crescent, Hendon, 

N.W.4. 

1926 »Scammell : Rodney Quinton, 706 Coventry Road, Small Heath, 

Birmingham . 

1925 Schofield : James Arthur, 4 Pondfield Road, Hayes, Kent. 

1927 Schofield : Sydney Elmer, The High House, Otley, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

1926 Schultz : Israel Samuel, P.W.D., Jerusalem, Palestine. 

1927 Schwartzel : Stanley Howlett, P.O. Box 79, Nairobi, Kenya 

Colony, East Africa. 

1926 Scotland : James Clason, Mossgiel, Airdrie, Scotland. 

1928 Scott: (Miss) Betty [Victory Scholarship 1929], 183 Sloane Street 

S.W.i. 


1929 

1927 

1928 
1906 
1926 

1926 

1928 

1927 

192s 

1926 

1927 

1929 


Scott : Robert Duncan, Rudloe Park Avenue, Watford 
Segar-Owen : Godfrey Joscelyn Segar, Palmyra Square Chambers, 
Warrington. 

Selby : Robert Barney Jack, 34 Bedford Square, W.C.i 
Selleck : George Brooking, 175 Weston Road, Stafford. 

Shand : George Shaw, 54 Kengarth Street, Glasgow' 

Sharpe : Albert Lawrence, “ Elm View,” 52 Fosse Road South 
Leicester. 

Shaw: (Miss) Marion Mitchell, Lynwood, St. Meddans Street, 
Troon, Ayrshire. * 

Shaw : Robert, Cottingley, Bingley, Yorks 

" P " k '" d B~«. 

S ™ : “ Ingleside,” Br.n.tone Road. Bmnstone, 

Shepherd : George Henry, c o Mrs , q,,,u n 1 

Stublev Estate, Heckmondwike Yorks 3 b ey Road > 

Sherwtn : Robert White, 8 Beechcroft'.Wnue, Stafford. 




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Registered. 

1929 *Shewan : William Wyllie Clark, 14 Calsayseat Road, Aberdeen. 
1926 Short : Harold, Bank Chambers, 2, 4 and 6 St. John Street, E.C.i. 
1929 Sidebottom : John Grisedale, 12 Burley Lodge Road, Leeds. 

1929 Simmons : Charles Howard, c/o 28 Portman Square, W.i. 

1925 *Simpson : Robert Alison Crighton, c/o The Architectural 
Association, 35 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1924 Sinning : William George, 5 Byne Road, Beckenham, S.E.26. 

1929 Skelcher : Philip, 65 Evelyn Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham. 

1925 Skurray: Thomas Edward Deane, Caversham Bridge Hotel, Reading. 

1926 Slade : Arthur, 54 Virginia Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. 

1925 HSlipper : Stanley Norman, 28 King Edward’s Road, North Heaton, 

Newcastle-upon-T yne . 

1926 Smail : David Ian Hay, c/o W. H. Grant, Esq., General Assurance 

Buildings, St. George’s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1928 Smeed : Charles William James, Electric House, Station Road, 
Chingford, E.4. 

1927 Smith : Alfred, ii Victor Street, He wood, Lancs. 

1928 Smith : Arthur Llewellyn, 5 The Grove, Highgate Village, N.6. 

1928 Smith : Charles Hubert Broad, 8 Cross Street, Basingstoke, Hants. 

1929 Smith : Cyril Bertram, 102 Arcadian Gardens, Wood Green, N.22. 
1929 Smith : Denis Balmforth, Oakfield, Rodley, Leeds. 

1929 Smith : Ernest William, c/o Borough Engineer’s Office, Rotherham, 
Yorks. 

1929 Smith : George Alexander Nuttall, Sherwood, Boar’s Hill, Oxford. 
1928 Smith : James, 160 Cambridge Drive, Glasgow, W. 

1925 ||Smith : James Dryden, 14 Lister Street, Stockport Road, Manchester. 

1926 Smith: John James, 45 Balmoral Terrace, Atherton Road, Hindley, Lancs. 

1928 Smith : Leonard Beddall, 142 Lordship Road, N.16. 

1929 Smith : William Charles Barker, 76 Westboume Avenue, Hull. 

1926 Smith : William Wilfrid, 2 Gill Bent Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. 
1928 Smithson : George Hugh, 3 Winstonian Road, Cheltenham, Glos. 

1927 * Solomon : David Bowen, dip. arch. Liverpool [R.I.B.A. Recognised 

Schools Silver Medallist 1929] ; 46 Madoc Street, Portmadoc, North 
Wales. 

1928 Somake : Ellis Edward, 17 Hendon Way, Cricklew'ood, N.W.2. 

1929 Soper : Stephen Frederic Edmund, 47 Bernard Street, Russell 

Square, W.C.i. 

1928 Speight : (Miss) Sadie, Netherby House, Lathom, Ormskirk, Lancs. 
1927 Spence : Clement, 6 Femdale Grove, Frizinghall, Bradford. 

1924 Spencely : Hugh Greville Castle, b. arch. Liverpool ; 9 Weymouth 

Street, Portland Place, W.i. [Langham 3405.] 

1927 Stableford : Samuel Horace Sawbridge, 185 Fosse Road South, 
Leicester. 

1925 IIStanham : Alan Francis Gordon, p.a.s.i. (G. Gordon Stanham) ; 

26 Bush Lane, Cannon Street, E.C.4. [Royal 6551.] 

1925 *Statham : Colin Walter, Rookery Wood House, Loudwater, Rick- 

mansworth, Herts. [Rickmansworth 246.] 

1929 Steel : Anthony John, 18 Athol Park, Sunderland. 

1929 Steel : Edward D.anson, Kirby Gate, Northwood, Middlesex. 

1926 Steele : Frank Reginald, “ Newlands,” Stockton Brook, Stoke-on- 

Trent. 

1926 Steevens : Arthur Ewart, Bronhaul, Amersham Hill, High 
Wycombe, Bucks. 

1910 Stephen : Noel Shaw, 121 Ambassador Station, Los Angeles, 
California, U.S.A. 




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Registered. 

1939 Stephen : Norman, 42 Union Grove, Aberdeen. 

1929 Stephenson : Gordon, 40 Walton Village, Walton, Liverpool. 

1929 Stewart : Arthur Ammerman, 3 Grenville Street, W.C.i. 

1929 Stewart : James Alan, 28 Spring Gardens, Didsbury, Manchester. 
1925 Stewart: Robert Ian, New General Assurance Buildings, St. George’s 
Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1925 Stott : James Frederick, Sandycroft, Mayfield Road, St. Annes-on- 
Sea. 

1920 Streatfield : Ernest Albert, 16 English Street, Carlisle. 

1929 Stuart : Douglas Lindsay, 51 Waverley Gardens, Crossmyloof, 
Glasgow, S.i . 

1927 Sully : Charles Walker, 699 London Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex. 

1928 *Summerson : John Newenham, 8 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1928 Sutherland : Stephen, Caledonian Christian Club, 9 Endsleigh 

Gardens, W.C.i. 

1907 Swales : Thomas Mason, Wayside, Guildford Road, Woking, 
Surrey. 

i925*||Sykes : Cecil George, 35 Hogarth Hill, N.W.ii. 

1929 Sykes : Charles, c o Messrs. Elgood & Hastie, 10 Henrietta Street, 

Cavendish Square, W.i. 


1925 *Taber : Edwin Atkinson, 12 Hilton Road, near Pottemewton Park, 

Leeds . 

1928 Tadman : James Albert, “ Highfield,” Balham Park Road, S.W.12. 

1926 *Tamkin : Arthur Leslie, “ Paraiso,” St. Efrides Road, Torquay. 

1928 Tanton : Hubert John, c/o The Architectural Association, 34 Bedford 

Square, W.C.i. 

1928 Targett : Cyril Henry, Car-Lynn, Shepherd’s Lane, Dartford, Kent. 
1925 Tassell : George Edward, Almaville, Tillington, Stafford. 

1923 *Tatam : Reginald, 7 The Parade, Wells Road, Sydenham, S.E.26. 

1925 | [Tate : John White, 13 Clifton Road, Flixton, Manchester. 

1927 Tattersfield : Leonard, 15 Edmund Street, Swindon. 

1927 Taylor : David Isaac, 23 Faylor’s Building, Umerkhadi 2nd Row. 

Bombay No. 9, India. 

1926 Thakur : Khanderas Pandurang, Offices of Military Land Scheme, 

1 Willoughby Road, Marine Lines, Bombay, India.’ 

1928 Thatcher . Carl August Emil, 2 Bungalow, Alexandra Docks, 

Newport, Mon. 

1912 Thomas: David Reece, 9 Kensington Gardens Square, W.2. 

1929 Thomas : Geoffrey Swayne, 30 Hewton Road, Cambridge 

1925 Thomas : Thomas Wynne, 58 St. Albans Road, Moseley, Birmingham. 

1927 Thompson : Eric, 38 Beckingham Road, Leicester. 

1925 ‘Thompson : Gerald Leopold, 7 Park Terrace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
1929 Thompson : Harrison Russell, c o Messrs. Forsyth & Parker 
Westminster House, Longmarket Street, Cape Town, South Africa’ 
1929 Thompson : Jack Scott, 68 Montpelier Road, Brighton 
1925 I |Thompson : Sidney, 30 Harle Street, Neath, Glam. 

1929 Thompson : William, 51 Natal Road, Ilford, Essex 
1927 Thomson : James Kilpatrick, ii Winton Circus, Saltcoats Whire 
,928 Thomson: Norman Menzies, 3s Clarendon Street, St! George’s 
Cross, Glasgow, N.W. B 


1927 

1927 

1924 


Thomson : Thomas Finlayson, Flat No. 1, 20 Oriental Place, Brighter 
Thwaite . Thomas Edward Senior, “ Inglenook,” Nafferton E York' 

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Registered. 

1925 Titley : Percival Edward, 13 Elmwood Drive, Breadsall Garden 
Estate, near Derby. 

1928 Toll : Edward Roy, Stuttafords Chambers, 80 Adderley Street, 

Cape Town, South Africa. 

1927 Tolson : Jack Ransom, 66 Shaftesbury Avenue, Roundhay, Leeds. 

1925 IITonkin : Arthur E., 3 The Drive, Didsbury, Manchester. 

1929 Tough : Alexander, 20 Wellbrae Terrace, Aberdeen. 

1927 Townend : Cyril Marcell, i Clarendon Place, Leamington Spa. 

1926 Townsend : Horace Alfred, 52 Hampstead Road, N.W.i. 

1928 Townsend : John Bernard, 350 Fosse Road North, Leicester. 

1929 Toy : Clement George, 21 Haughton Road, Birmingham. 

1926 Tozer : Cecil Reginald, 27 Ellerton Road, Wandsworth Common, 
S.W.18. 

^1925 I|Tregoning : Edwin Bickford, Architect’s Department, Imperial 
War Graves Commission, Rouville Camp, Rue de Bapaume, Arras, 
Pas de Calais, France. 

1929 Trindade : Zephyrinus Avelino, Public Works Department, Colombo, 
Ceylon. 

1925 Troke : Walter Edmund, “ Fairlight,” 31 Malmesbury Road, 

Southampton. 

1928 Turnbull : Edwin, 17 Murieston Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1926 *Turner : Charles Austin Charlewood, 18 Crossways, Sutton, Surrey. 

1927 Turner : Phirozsha Rustoniji, 1st Floor, Mahmadi Minar, 14th 

Lane, Khetwadi, India. 

1929 Turner : Albert, West View, Staining Road, Poulton-le-Fylde, 

Lancashire . 

1929 Turner : John Westley, 23 Hamilton Road, Bedford Park, W.4. 
1929 Tweddell : Noel, 22 Beverley Gardens, Cullercoats, Northumberland. 

1928 Twentyman : Alfred Richard, Bilbrook Manor, Codsall, Staffs. 

1928 Twigg : William Leslie, Dormy House, Walton-on-Hill, Tadwnrth, 

Surrey. 

1926 Tyrrell : William John, Red Croft, Shomcliffe Road, Folkestone. 

1929 Ulrik : (Miss) Margot, Little Steading, Upper Warlingham, Surrey. 

1925 HUnderdown : Alwyn, c/o Messrs. Underdown & Duke, Lloyds Bank 

Chambers, Seaford. 

v 1928 Underhill: Alfred, 25 Torrington Square, W.C.i. 

J 1929 Underwood : Walter, 36 Willowbank Street, Glasgow. 

1926 Unsworth : Herbert, 254 Willows Lane, Bolton. 

1928 Van der Riet : Henry Berthault, c/o A. A. Ritchie McKinlay, 

Oamaru Buildings, Smith Street, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 

1926 Varley : Herbert, Bramleigh Blacko, near Nelson, Lancs. 

1929 Vaughan : (Miss) Olwen, 12E Upper Montague Street, W.i. 

1927 Vaughan : Reginald, Architectural Assistant to the Municipality, 

Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1928 Veitch : (Miss) Kathleen Anne, c/o The Architectural Association, 

34-36 Bedford Square, W.C.i. 

1926 Vetchinsky : Alec, 45 Gloucester Road, Regent’s Park, N.W.i. 

■ 1928 Waddington : James Hilary Sheffield, ioi Beaufort Mansions, 

Chelsea, S.W.3. 

1929 *Wailes : Philip Arthur, Knotty Green, Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

1927 Wakeham : Philip Oliver George, 84 Balham Park Road, Balham, 

S.W.12. 


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Registered. 

1928 Walden : Ronald Philip, “ Rotherfield,” Rotherfield Road, Henley- 
on-Thames. 

1927 *Walkden : John Stanley, “ Kenmore,” Whitefield, Manchester. 

1928 Walker : Lewis Maitland Homery, c/o R. A. Lippincott, Esq., 

Architect, Sun Insurance Buildings, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1929 Walker : Raymond (Walker & Westendarp), New Oxford House, 

Hart Street, W.C.i. [Holbom 2942.] 

1924 Walker : Reginald Victor, 23 KidbrookeParkRoad,Blackheath,S.E.3. 
1926 Wall : (Miss) Mary Lillian Joy, 33A Crystal Palace Park Road, 

Sydenham, S.E.26. 

1907 Waller: Arthur Stanley, c/o H.M. Office of Works, 25 Great George 
Street, Bristol. 

1928 Walmsley : William George, 120 Ribbleton Lane, Preston, Lancs. 

1928 Ward : Leslie Burnett, Craigside, Monton Green, Eccles. 

1926 Wardle : Lionel Tallentyre, c/o Messrs. Webb & Gray, 82 High 
Street, Stourbridge, Worcs. 

1929 Waters : Alwyn Brunow, 176 Wandsworth Bridge Road, S.W.6. 

1925 ||Watson : Cyril Frederick, Downside, Oaks Way, Carshalton 

Beeches, Surrey. 

1929 Watson : James, “ Woodburn,” Portincaple, by Garelochhead, Dum- 
bartonshire. 

1925 Watson : John Henry, i Carlisle Avenue, Donnybrook, Dublin. 

1928 Watson: Lesslie Kenyon, 6 Gray’s Inn Place, W.C.i. 

1929 Watson : Reginald Paxton, Bam Wood, Worth, Sussex. 

1929 Watts : Sidney John, 15 Desswood Place, Aberdeen. 

1929 *Waugh : David Stark Reid, Dip.ARcn.Glas. ; 1 Maitland Avenue, 
Langside, Glasgow, S.i. 

1929 Webster : (Miss) Patricia Beaton, 18 Upper Bedford Place, W.C.i. 

1926 | [Wells : Percy Harold Edward, 122A Victoria Road, Aldershot. 

1921 Wesker : Sefton Ernest Ellard, 80 St. Georges Park, Wallasey, 

Cheshire. 

1928 Westerman : Albert Edwin, 88 St. James’s Avenue, Beckenham, Kent. 

1926 Wheatley : Frederick Gordon, 10 Loudoun Road, St. John’s Wood, 

N.W.8. 

1925 Whinney : Humphrey Charles Dickens, 8 Old Jewry, E.C.2. 

1929 Whitaker : Leonard, 34 “ Bumholme,” Montreal Avenue, Chapel- 

Allerton, Leeds. 

1928 White : Claude Neville, San Remo, Church Hill Road, Solihull, 

near Birmingham. 

1925 [[White : Cyril Warren, Ellenboro’ House, Grosvenor, Bath 

1927 *White : Edmund Julian, BM DCST, London, W.C.i. 

1923 W hite . Wellington, m.a. Cantab. ; 6 St. Edmund’s Terrace, 

N.W.8. [Primrose Hill 0525.] 

1929 Whiteman .- Herbert William, 137 Binlev Road, Coventrv. 

1925 [[Whittaker : Allen George Barry, p.a.s.i. ; c/o Public Works 

Office, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1926 Whittincham : Arthur Bensly, The Bishop’s House, Ipswich 
1923 Whitwell : Edward John, 62 Orchard Road, Erdington, Birmingham 
1920 Whitworth : Robert, 6 Whitley Wood Road, Reading. 

1925 1[W IG HTMAN : George W., Addison Square, Dinnington, near Rother- 
ham, Yorks. 

1928 Wilbond: Francis Stanley. 93 Chesterfield Road, St Andrew’s 

Park, Bristol. 

,9 ’ 3 "StaSSS ° sde " * Co) - ' 



is term'd. 


Register of Students 


33i 


1925 Wilkie : David Archibald, 132 Queens Avenue, Watford, Herts. 

1928 Wilkinson : Harold Herbert, b. arch. Liverpool ; 46 Grove Street, 

Bootle, Liverpool. 

1922 Williams : Albert Edward, Mucklestone Wood Lane, Ashley Heath, 

near Market Drayton, Salop. 

1929 Williams : Charles Philip, Savile House, Baring Road, Grove Park, 

S.E.12. 

1925 Williams : Edwin Herbert Horsley, 4 West Grove Terrace, Black- 

heath Hill, S.E.10. 

1923 *Williams : George, “ Milldale,” Eppleworth Road Comer, Cotting- 

ham, near Hull. 

1928 Williams : Richard Allport, b. arch. Liverpool ; Millmead, Willas- 
ton, Birkenhead. 

1926 Williams : Siriol, “ Gogerddan,” 31 Queen Victoria Road, Llanelly, 

South Wales. 

1927 Willis : Norman, 59 Summerhill Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

1928 Willis: Norman jAMEsSiDNEY,iooMalvemRoad,KilbumPark,N.W .6. 

1927 Willis : Colonel Richard ffolliott, c.b. ; 22 Campden House 

Chambers, Campden Hill, W.8. 

1924 Wills : Thomas Theophilus, “ Fold,” 9 Spring Vale, Wallasey, 

Cheshire. 

1928 Willson : George Herbert, S. Martins Rectory, Salisbury. 

1929 Wilson : John Craven, Langside, Selborne Road, Sidcup, Kent. 

1922 Wiltshire : Douglas Cecil, 6 Lyngford Terrace, Cheddar Road, 

Taunton, Somerset. 

1 926 Wingate: J ames West Cleland, i 4Wellshot Drive, Cambuslang, Scotland . 

1927 Winter : (Miss) Kathleen, 6 Thornton Way, N.W.u. 

1926 Wolff : William Eugen, c/o H. Kenchington, Esq., 7 Staple Inn, 
W.C.i. 

1929 Wood : Charles, North Villa, Vale of Health, Hampstead, N.W.3. 

1925 Wood : Neville Blackwell, 114 Arthur Street, Derby. 

1929 Woods : Harold Joseph, “ The Croft,” Grosvenor Road, Birkenhead. 
1929 Woolley : Frederick Ernest, 268 Woodborough Road, Nottingham. 

1925 IIWorsfield : Alfred Felix de Parmentier (John D, Clarke & 

Worsfield), 23 St. Annes Crescent, Lewes, Sussex. 

1926 Worthington : Philip Vallender, “ Newholm,” Cranford Avenue, 

Knutsford, Cheshire. 

* 1929 Wright : Francis William, 90 Greenhow Street, Walkley, Sheffield. 

1926 Wright : Gerald Ryby Hall, 7 Willow Grove, Beverley, East Yorks. 
1929 Wright : John Hesketh, Rose Cottage, Lower Walton, Warrington. 

1927 Wright : Lawrence, b.arch. Liverpool ; “ Rosslyn,” College Road, 

Crosby. 

1929 Wright: Roland Hollis, 21 Haughton Road, Birchfields, Binhingham. 
1927 Wright : Wilfred George, 60 Haddenham Road, Leicester. 

1929 Writer : Aaron, 76 Tredegar Road, Bow, E.3. 

1912 Wynne : Thomas Stanley, 29 Brownlow Road, Ellesmere, Salop. 

1925 ||Yerbury : Arthur Leslie, 24 Newton Street, Stapleton Road, Bristol. 

1923 Yorath: Frederick George, “Vader,” Oakville Avenue, Burslem, Staffs. 
1927 Yorke ; Francis Reginald Stevens, Llwynon, Redditch, Worcs. 

1926 Young : Ralph Arnold, “ Glen Maye,” Gedling, Nottingham. 

1905 Young : Robert Clifford, Public Works Department, Municipal 

Offices, Shanghai, China. 

Zwinger : Lionel Gordon, “ Norton,” 7 Thomdiffe Road, Wallasey. 

Total number of Students: 898. 


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The R.I.B.A. Kalendar 1929-1930 


SUBSCRIBERS. 

The Council of the Royal Institute may elect as members of a non-corporate class of Subscribers an> 
persons who are not professional architects, but who are interested in the Royal Institute and in architectural 
matters and are approved by the Council as persons eligible to become Subscribers. — [Extract from the 
Supplemental Charter , 1925.] 

All “ Subscribers ” are required to pay an Annual Contribution of £ 1 . is. od. They are entitled to use 
the Reference Library and Loan Collection of Books, to attend the Ordinary General Meetings of the Royal 
Institute, and to receive the Annual Report. 

Elected. 

1926 Baily : Miss Constance Alice, 20 Terrapin Road, Tooting Common, 
S.W.17. 

1926 Bradford : Alfred Thomas, Lindisfame, 301 Beulah Hill, S.E.19. 

1926 Cathcart : Alan Neil, 10 Sunningheld Crescent, Hendon, NAV. 

1925 Cohen : Sir Herbert Benjamin, Bart., o.b.e., t.d., m.a. ; 6 King’s 

Bench Walk, Temple, E.C4. 

1925 Cross : Arthur George, f.s.i. ; 28 Victoria Street, Westminster, S .W.i . 
1929 Denoon : Douglas Gordon, “ Twynholm,” Langley Park Mill 

Hill, N.W.7. 

1927 Evans : Philip, f.s.i. ; Messrs. Evans & Lynde, 2 Dyer’s Buil ding s. 

Holbom, E.C.i. [Holborn 7133.] 

1927 Findlay : Frank Alexander, 62 Fitz Johns Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.3 . 

1926 Gardner : James Patrick, j.p., m.p. ; 14 Leysfield Road, W.12. 

1927 Glover: Arthur, 10 Turle Road, Tollington Park, N.4.’ 

1925 Green : Arthur, 40 Grantham Road, Stockwell, S.W.9. 

1925 Konig : Frederick Adolphus, 44 Rutland Gate, S.W.7. 

1928 Laird : Daniel Maclelland, f.s.i. ; 66 Redcliffe Square, S.W.10. 

1926 Lewis : Joseph John. “ Ivanhoe,” Rochford. Essex. 

1928 Mitchell : John, 56 Woodside, Wimbledon, S.W.19. [Wimbledon 5 240.] 
1926 Morton : Frederic Peter, 19 Manor Mansions, Belsize Grove, N W.3. 
1926 Parker : Colonel John William Robinson, c.b., d.l., j.p.’ f.s a 

Browsholme Hall, near Clitheroe, Lancs. 

1926 PLENDERLEiTH:CpAWFORD,Moorgate Station Chambers ,Moorfields E C 2 

1928 Pratt : Edmund Addison, 4 Adelphi Terrace, W.C.2. 

1926 Proby : Granville. Elton Hall, Peterborough. 

1927 Renton : James Hall, m.a., f.s.a., j.p. ; Rowfold Grange, Billings- 

hurst, Sussex. 

1925 Tubbs : Leonard, m.a. ; Moorgate Station Chambers, E.C 2 

1928 Walston: Lady Florence, 14 Carlos Place, W.i. 

Total number of Subscribers : 23. 


SUMMARY. 

Hon. Fellows 

Hon. Associates 

Hon. Corresponding Members 

Fellows 

Retired Fellows 

Retired Members of Society of Architects... 

Associates 

Licentiates 

Total 

Students 

Subscribers 

Probationers 

Members of Allied Societies not Members 

of R.I.B.A 

Members of the Architectural Association 
not Members of R.I.B.A. 

Grand Total 


r 3 

97 

61 

1.547 

55 

3 1 

2,502 

1.936 


6,242 

898 

23 

3.689 


3.731 


990 
iS, 573 



Local Distribution 


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LOCAL DISTRIBUTION OF FELLOWS, 
ASSOCIATES AND LICENTIATES 


[The addresses will be found in the Alphabetical Registers of the respective Classes on 

preceding pages.] 

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 


London Postal 
District. 

Fellows : 

Abbott : E. H. 

Abrams : H. J. S. 
Adams : Prof. H. 

Adams : H. P. 

Adams : P. H. 

Adams : W. H. 

Adshead : Prof. S. D. 
Aickman : W. A. 

Allan : G. A. 

Allen : E. G. 

Allen : J. G. 

Allison : Sir R. J. 

Allison : W. 

Ambler : L. 

Anag : G. 

Angel : R. J. 

Ansell : W. H. 

Archer : E. P. 

Archer : Capt. E. P. J. 
Ashley : H. V. 
Atkin-Berry : W. H. 
Atkinson : R. 

Axten : H. J. 

Ayling : R. S. 

Ayrton : O. M. 

Badcock : P. 

Baggallay : F. T. 

Barley : H. 

Baines : Sir F. 

Baines : R. P. 

Baker : Sir H. 

Barker : R. T. 

Barnes : Major H. 

Barrow : E. R. 

Bartlett : A. E. 

Batchelor : F. 

Bateman : C. E. 

Bates : E. 

Beard : J. S. C. 

Beattie : G. L. 

Belsher : B. J. 

Bennett : T. P. 

Beswick : W. 
Biddulph-Pinchard : C. H. 


Biggs : A. E. 

Binnie : Major W. B. 
Bird : H. W. 

Bishop : J. P. 
Blackboum : C. E. 
Blomfield : A. C. 
Blomfield : C. J. 
Blomfield : Sir R. 
Blow : D. J. 

Boddy : P. C. 

Bolton : A. T. 

Bomer : E. 

Bond : A. G. 

Bond : F. B. 

Bonella : V. 

Boreham : H. Y. 
Bossom : A. C. 

Bowles : C. W. 
Braddell : T. A. D. 
Bradshaw : H. C. 
Briggs : J. P. 

Briggs : M. S. 
Brocklesby : J. S. 
Brown : A. B. 

Brown : W. E. A. 
Brownrigg : A. H. 
Burlingham : A. C. 
Burmester : J. W. S. 
Burnet : Sir J. J. 
Burr : A. 

Butler : A. S. G. 
Cable : R. W. 
Cameron : E. P. 
Campbell-Jones : O. 
Cannell : E. 

Carless : W. E. 

Caroe : W. D. 
Castello : M. N. 
Castle : S. E. 

Caulfield : S. B. 
Cavanagh : E. 

Cave : W. 

Chambers : W. A. 
Chancellor : F. G. M. 
Chapman : H. A. 
Chatterton : F. 

Cherry : H. G. 
Chesterton : M. 


Cheston : J. A. 
Chetwood : H. J. 
Church : A. H. 

Church : G. 

Clarke : M. 

Clarke : \V. L. 

Clay : Sir G. F. N. 
Clough : S. 

Colbeck : H. 

Cole : E. G 
Coleridge : J. D. 
Coleridge : P. H. 

Coles : G. 

Collins : E. S. 

Collins : M. E. 

Collins : O. H. 
Collinson : G. F. 
Comyn : H. 

Conder : A. R. 
Constantine : H. C. 
Cooper : Sir Edwin 
Corlette : Major H. C. 
Cowles-Voysey : C. 
Cowper : J. B. F. 

Cox : A. 

Crane : L. F. 

Cranfield : S. W. 
Creswell : H. B. 
Crickmer : C. M. 
Cromie : R. 

Crompton : W. E. V. 
Crosbie : L. S. 

Crow : A. 

Culliford : L. A. 
Culverhouse : P. E. 
Curtis : W. T. 

Dale : T. L. 

Dales : S. P. 

Daniel : T. B. 

Dannatt : P. B. 

Davidge : W. R. 
Davidson : Major T. G. 
Davies : E. C. 

Davis : A. J. 

Davson : P. M. 

Dawber : E. G. 

Dawson : M. J. 

Dawson : W. B. 




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Dewes : W. 

Dicksee : B. J. 
Dixon-Spain : J..E. 
Doddington : W. 

Doll: C.C.T. 
Downing : H. P. B. 
Driver : A. J. 

Drysdale : G. 

Dunn : J. 

Dunn : W. 

Durst : A. 

Easton : J. M. 

Eden : F. C. 

Egan : S. H. 

Ekins : L. G. 

Elcock : C. E. 

Elgood : F. M. 
EUrington : G. 

Ellis : H. O. 

Elms : E. F. M. 

Elton : P. I. 

Emden : W. S. A. 
English : C. W. 

Epps : W. M. 

Evans : E. H. 

Evans : T. J. 

Evill : N. 

Ewen : A. J. C. 
Fairweather : H. M. 
Falconer : T. 

Farmer : F. Q. 
Farquharson : H. C. N. 
Farrow : G. R. 
Fermaud : E. A. 

Ferrier : C. W. 

Field : H. 

Figgis : T. P. 

Fisher : Col. S. H. 
Fletcher : Sir B. 
Fletcher : H. M. 
Forbes : J. E. 

Forge : F. L. 

Forrest : G. T. 

Forsyth : W. A. 

Foss : J. H. B. 

Foster : A. 

Foster : T. O. 

Foster : W. F. 

Foxley : A. 

Franck : J. E. 

Fraser : P. M. 

Frere : E. C. 

Fry: R. C. 

Gage: C. H. 

Gardner : H. R. 
Garlick : F. J. 

Gibbons : J. H. 

Gibson : ]. G. S. 
Gilbert : A. C. 
Gilbert: H. 

Gill : C. L. 

G Unfield : E. B. 
Godfrey : W. H. 


Gold: H. A. 

Goldsmith: Major G.H. 
Goodhart-Rendel : H. S. 
Goodrham : H. R. 
Goodwin : B. M. 

Gordon : H. P. 

Gordon : W. S. A. 

Goslett : A. H. 

Gosling : E. J. 

Grace : L. U. 

Granger : W. F. 

Grant : T. F. W. 

Green : T. F. 

Green : W. C. 

Greenslade : S. K. 
Grellier : W. 

Gotch : L. M. 

Grey: G. W. 

Grice : W. S. 

Groom ; P. J. 

Gunton : J. 

Gunton : W. H. 

Gurney : A. E. 

Guthrie : L. R. 

Hagell : F. W. 

Hall : A. W. 

Hall : E. S. 

Hall: G. A. 

Hall : H. A. 

Hall-Jones : F. 

Hammond : R. G. 

Hamp : S. H. 
Hardwick-Terry : E. 
Harris : E. V. 

Harrison : C. 

Hart : A. H. 

Hastie : E. 
Hatchard-Smith : J. 
Hatchard-Smith : Major 
W. H. 

Hayward : P. G. 

Hazell : W. E. 

Heal : A. V. 

Healey : A. J. 

Heath : J. S. 

Heathcote : C. H. 
Heathcote : E. G. 
Heathcote : E. H. 
Henderson : A. E. 
Hendry: H. D. 

Hennell : S.T. 

Hepworth : P. D. 

Hett : L. K. 

Hider : E. J. W. 

Hill : J. 

Hill: O. 

Hills : O. C. 

Hinds ; R. A. 

Hiorns : F. R. 

Hoare : E. B. 

Hobday : W, H. 

Holden : C. H. 

Holt : H. G. 


Hooper : F. G. F. 
Homblower : G. 
Horsley : H. W. 
Houchin : H. R. 

How : W. M. 

Howell : W. R. 
Hubbard: P. W. 
Hughes : A. E. 
Humphry : F. J. 
Hunt : E. A. 

Hunt: J. 

Hunt : W. 

Hunt : W. G. 

Huxley : W. S. 

Hyams : H. 

Ibberson : H. G. 
Imrie : G. B. 

Ingram : T. F. 
Ingram : W. G. 
Jackson : A. B. 
Jackson : M. T. E. 
Jackson : T. G. 
Jacques : J. H. 

James : C. H. 

Jeeves : S. G. 

Jenkins : G. H. 

Jewell : H. H. 

Joass : J. J. 

Johnston : P. M. 
Jones : A. H. 

Jones : F. E. 

Jones : R. P. 

Jones : W. C. 

Jupp : S. 

Keen : A. 

Kemp : W. J. 

Kemp : W. J., jun. 
Kempster : F. 
Kenchington : H. 
Kenyon : A. W. 
Kerr: H. N. 

Kerr : R. S. 

Kersey : A. H. 
Kirkland : J. 

Kitchin : B. T. 
Knapp-Fisher : A. B. 
Knight : F. W. 

Lamb : E. B. 

Lamb : P. A. 
Lanchester : H. V. 
Lander : H. C. 
Lansdown : G. A. 
Leathart : J. R. 

Legg : T. E. 
Leighton : A, G. 

Le Maitre : W. C. 
Lethbridge : J. M. 
Leverton : W. J. H. 
Ley : A. S. R. 
Lidbetter : H. 

Little : O. C. 

Livock : S. G. 

Lloyd : T. A. 


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335 


Lodge : Capt. T. A. 
Long : C. W. 

Lovegrove : G. H. 

Low : W. R. 

Lowry : R. 

Lucas : T. G. 

Lucas : W. L. 

Lutyens : Sir E. L. 
Macartney : M. E. 
Mackenzie : A. G. R. 
Mackenzie : A. M. 
Major : E. H. 

Makins : C. C. 

Mansell : E. 

Marchment : W. 
Markham : J. H. 
Marshall : E. W. 

Martin : A. C. 

Martin : L. 

Masters : W. E. 

Masey : C. A. 

Mathews : H. E. 
Matthews : H. W. 
Maufe : E. B. 

Maule : H. P. G. 
Mawson : E. P. 

May : E. J. 

May : S. J. 

Mayhew : R. H. J. 
Mayston : A. R. 
Mennie : F. E. 
Meredith : P. W. 
Merriman : H. I. 

Mew : R. H. 

Meyers : S. H. 

Milne : O. P. 

Minty : E. A. 

Minty : J. A. 

Mitchell : G. A. 
Moberly : A. H. 
Monckton : H. P. 
Monro : W. E. 

Monson : E. C. P. 
Monson : H. C. H. 
Moodie : T. A. 

Moore : A. H. 

Moore : A. W. 

Moore : L. T. 
Moore-Smith : J . R . 
Moscrop-Young : F. C. 
Muir : R. G. 

Munby : A. E. 

Mundell : }. E. 

Murray : C. H. 

Murray : J. 

Murray : J. C. T. 
Murrell : H. F. 

Myer : Lt.-Col. G. V. 
Myers : N. T. 

Naylor : J. J. S. 
Newberry : J. E. 
Newbold : H. B . 
Newman : D. 


Newman : F. W. 

Newman : R. J. W. 
Newton : W. G. 
Nicholas : C. 

Nicholson : Sir C. A. 
Nicol : G. S. 

Nield : G. E. 

Nightingale : F. B. 
Niven : D. B. 

Norman : G. 

Norris : E. B. 

North: S. V. 

Norton : C. H. 

Oatley : J. G. 
O’Donoghue : R. J. G. 
Oliver : B. 

Orphoot : B. N. H. 
Owen : G. 

Owen : W. S. 

Page : Major B. C. 
Palmer : F. C. R. 

Parker : R. B. 

Parkes : E. H. 

Peach : C. S. 

Pearson : F. L. 

Pearson : J. H. 

Pearson : L. G. 

Peers : C. R. 

Pelly : H. A. 

Perkin : J. C. 

Perks : S. 

Petch: W. 

Phillips : R. 

Phipps : P. 

Pickford : C. 

Pigott : R. M. 

Pinkerton : G. 

Pite : B. 

Pile : R. W. 

Pite : W. A. 

Pitt: J.H. 

Pole : T. A. 

Porri : A. G. 

Potter : F. J. 

Poulter : B. A. 

Powell : E. T. 

Powell : F. A. 

Prentice : A. N. 

Preston : A. F. 

Prosser : H. 

Quennell : C. H. B. 
Raffles : W. H. 

Ram : E. A. 

Ramsey : S. C. 

Ransome : J. 

Read : H. 

Redfem : H. 

Reid : A. D. 

Richards : F. A. 
Richardson : Prof. A. E. 
Riley : W. E. 

Ripley : C. G. 

Rising : H. W. 


Roberts : A. 
Robertson : A. R. 
Robertson : H. M. 
Robson : P. A. 
Roques : A. W. 
Rowland : H. E. 
Rushton : T. J. 
Russell : A. L. N. 
Ryde : F. C. 

Sadgrove : E. J. 
Sadler : W. T. 

Saul : H. A. 

Saunders : J. T. 
Schaerer : T. 
Schooling : S. P. 
Scorer : G. O. 

Scott : A. A. H. 

Scott : A. G. 

Scott: B.W.H. 
Scott : M. H. B. 
Scott : Sir G. G. 
Scott : T. E. 

Scott : W. G. 
Scott-Deakin : W. 
Searles-Wood : H. D. 
Sears : J. E. 
Segar-Owen : S. 
Selway : E. R. D. 
Shann : F. H. 
Sheffield : N. D. 
Shenton : F. W. 
Shepherd : H. 
Sheppard : J. M. 
Shiner : L. A. D. 
Silcock : A. 

Simmons : C. E. 
Simon : F. W. 
Simpson : C. H. 
Simpson : Sir J. W. 
Simpson : W. B. 
Sinclair : W. B. 
Skipper : G. J. 

Slater : J. A. 

Smart : H. C. 

Smee : F. E. 

Smith : A. D. 

Smith : C. B. 

Smith : C. W. 

Smith : F. A. 

Smith : F. D. 

Smith : F. J. O. 
Smith : G. W. 

Smith : R. E. 
Smithers : A. 

Snell : A. S. 

Soissons : L. de 
Solomon : D. L. 
Somaki : M. J. H. 
Souster : E. G. W. 
Soutar : J. C. S. 
Souttar : J. A. 
Spalding : R. H. 
Spooner : C. S. 



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Stanham : G. G. 
Stedman : A. J. 

Steele : H. R. 
Stewardson : R. E. 
Stewart : W. 

Stratton : A. 
Streatfeild : G. E. S. 
Sullivan : L. S. 

Swan : J. H. 

Swannell : C. M. 
Symon : A. 

Tait: C. J. 

Tail : T. S. 

Tanner : E. J. 
Tanner : Sir H. 
Tanner : H. 

Tapper : W. 

Tatcheli : S. 

Tate : J. D. 

Tenison : A. H. R. 
Theakston : E. G. 
Thomas : Sir A. B. 
Thomas : A. J. 
Thompson : W. H. 
Thomson : R. J. 
Tilden : P. 

Tomlins : E. F. 
Towse : S. 

Toy: S. 

Travers : W. I. 
Trehearne : A. F. A. 
Trench : G. M. 
Tribe : A. W. 

Troup : F. W. 
Troup : Major R. J. 
Tubbs : P. B. 
Tyrwhitt : T. 
Underwood : E. S. 
Uns worth : G. 
Unwin : Dr. R. 
Usher : A. F. 
Vamdell : C. E. 
Verity : F. T. 
Vickery : T. S. 
Vining : J. N. R. 
Vinycomb : J. K. 
Voysey : C. F. A. 
Walcot : W. 

Walford : W. J. 
Walker : M. E. 
Walker : W. T. M. 
Wallis : T. 

Walters : F. A. 
Ward : M. S. 
Warren : E. P. 
Warren : G. 
Warwick : S. 
Waterson : J. 
Watson : W. E. 
Waymouth : W r . C. 
Webb : Sir A. 

Webb : M. E. 
Webber : F. S. 


Weir : W. M. 

Welch : H. A. 

Welch : R. 

Wellesley : Lord G. 
Wellman : E. J. 

Wells : R. D. 

Wenyon : G. H. 
Westwood : P. J. 
Wetenhall : E. B. 

Wheeler : F. 

Wheeler : M. 

Whitburn : H. A. 

White : F. 

White : T. H. 

White : W. H. 
Wigglesworth : H. H. 
Wilkins : V. 

Williams - Ellis : Major 
B C 

Willmott : E. C. M. 

Wills : F. J. 

Wills : F. R. G. 

Wills : G. B. 

Wills : H. W. 

Wilsdon : P. T. 

Wilson : G. C. 

Wilson : T. M. 

Wilson : W. G. 

Wimperis : E. W. 
Winmill : C. C. 

Wise: H. J. 

Withers : G. E. 

Wood: D. 

Woodroffe : W. H. 
Womum : G. G 
Yeates : A. B. 

Yerbury : J. E. 

Young : C. F. 

Young : K. D. 

Associates : 

Abel : A. J. T. 

Ackroyd : S. W. 

Adams : W. N. 

Addey : F. A. 

Alabaster : J. R. 
Alexander : A, G. 

Allen : E. C. P. 

AUsford : E. H. 

Allum : S. C. 

Anderson : D. 

Anderson : J. 

Andrews ; P. M. 
Armitage : H. M. A. 
Armstrong : E. W. 
Aspland : A. 

Atchison : H. P. R. 
Atkin-Berrv : H. G 
Auld : A. C. S. 

Austin : R. 

Ayerst : C. T. 

Backway : G. H. 


Bagenal : H. 

Bailv : B. W. S. S. 
Baker : C. H. 

Baker : C. W. 

Balmer : S. 

Bamford : D. 

Banfield : E. W. 
Bannister : H. 

Barley : F. A. 

Barnard : C. D. 
Barnard : H. T. B. 
Barnes : T. S. 

Barnett : R. R. 

Barrett : L. N. 
Barrington-Baker : J. 
Barrow : T. H. 

Barry : C. A. R. 

Barry : C. E. 

Bateson : J. W. 
Bathurst : L. J. 

Battley : H. A. 

Batty: J. 

Batzer : A. E. 

Bax : E. G. G. 

Baxter : P. L. 
Beaty-Pownall : D. H. 
Beaumont : C. W. 
Beaumont : E. E. 

Begg : K. A. 

Belfrage : J. H. 
Benham : Miss H. M. 
Benjamin : A. F. 
Bennett : C. G. G. 
Bennett : F. E. 

Benslyn : W. T. 
Bemton-Benjamin : H. 
Bertram : S. N. 

Bill : H. T. 

Bird : E. L. 

Bisiker : A. M. 

Black : J. A. 

Blackford : A. G. 
Blackshaw : M. B. 
Blomfield : A. 

Blyth : C. K. 
Boddington H., jun. 
Borrowman : J. 

Bosher : V. E. 

Boss : A. H. 

Bourne : J. H. 

Bowring : J. V. 

Box : C. W. 

Braddock : H. 
Bradford : S. V. 
Brewster : C. C. 
Brightiff : C. H. 
Brinton : W. R. 
Bristow : C. 

Broad : K. S. 
Broadbent : J. S. 
Brodie : A. G. 
Bromley : H. T. 
Brooks : C. J. 



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337 


Brown : F. B. R. 

Brown : H. C. 

Bryan : G. A. 

Bryce : A. D. 

Bryce : W. T. P. 

Bryett : A. 

Buckland : F. T. 

Bucknell : L. H. 

Bullock : A. E. 

Bulmer : F. H. 

Burchett : H. W. 

Burford : J. 

Burgoine : S. 

Burnett : P. V. 

Burrows : H. W. 

Burt : W. H. 

Burton : C. 

Busbridge : H. 

Bush : F. T. 

Butler : C. G. 

Butling : G. A. 

Buysman : C. J. A. K. 
Cable : J. M. 
Cachemaille-Day : N. F. 
Calthrop : W. W. J. 
Campbell : A. A. V. 
Cannell : J. 

Carr : F. H. 

Carr : T. 

Cart de Lafontaine : Lt.- 
Col. H. P. L. 

Carter : C. S. 

Carter : G. B. 

Cash : H. W. 

Cashmore : F. M 
Castle : J. T. 

Can : A. E. 

Challen : H. B. 

Chambers : F. J. 

Chanter : H. R. 

Charlton : E. S. 

Cheadle : J. O. 

Cheriton : W. G. L. 
Childs : C. M. 

Clack: J. 

Clare : A. D. 

Clark : C. J. 

Clark : S. 

Clarke : J. M. 

Clarkson : G. F. 

Claydon : L. 

Cleaver : A. W. 

Clifton : E. N. 

Clist : H. 

Cloux : F. L. W. 

Coates : H. J. 

Cogswell: W. G. St J. 
Cohen : J. 

Coie-Adams : \V. A. 
Cook : J. O., Jun. 

Cooksey : H. T. 

Cooksey : R. A. 

Ccombes : R. E. M. 


Copplestone : T. S. 
Comford : R. H. C. 
Cotton : G. H. 
Couchman : H. W. 
Coulson : R. C. 
Cowie : A. 

Cox : R. L. 

Crauford : W. H. L. 
Crossland : R. E. 
Crossman : C. J. 
Crowe : G. K. 
Crowe : J. J. 

Cubitt : H. W. 
Cullen : D. S. 

Curtis : H. L. 

Curtis : W. R. H. 
Cutbuvh : P. 
Dalgliesh : K. 

Daniel : T. L. 
Dartnall : J. A. 
Davidson : J. H. 
Davies : C. \V. 

Davis : C. W. 

Davis : P. W. 

Davis : S. W. 
Dawbam: G. R. 
Dawson : H. A. 
Dawson : J. S. 

Dean : F. M. 

Dean : W. 

Dear : F. T. 

Dent : A. R. 

Derry : D. C. L. 
Devereux : \V. A. 
Dewhirst : R. H. 
Dicker : Miss A. J. 
Dicksee : H, J. H. 
Dixon : C. G. 

Dixon : P. S. 

Dobson : VV. E. 

Doe : H. W. 

Doll : M. H. C. 

Doll : O. S. 

Dollar : P. 

Dovaston : J. 

Duncan : R. A. 
Dumford : W. J. 
Dury: A. B. 

Dyke : D. N. 
lid wards : A. H. 
Edwards : A. T. 
Edwards : D. T. 
Elkington : G. L. 
Elkington : H. B. 
Elkins : H. E. 

Ellis : Miss M. F. R. 
Ellison : R. K. 
Emberton : J. 
Emerson : W. E. 
Enthoven : R. E. 
Eprile : C. J. 

Erith : R. C. 

Evans : H. B. 


Evans : T. C. 

Eve : C. G. W. 
Ewing : J. 

Fahy: C. P. 

Farey : C. A. 
Farman : A. L. 
Farrer : J. C. 

Farrier : A. V. 
Fildes : G. P. 

Fisher : H. G. 
Fisher : H. N. 
Fisher : W. R. F. 
Fleming : H. S. 
Fleming : J. R. 
Flutter : A. T. 

Ford : T. F. 

Forster : E. 
Fortescue : G. A. 
Fowler : C. W. 
Fowler : E. E. 
Francis : C. W. 

Fry : E. M. 

Fryer : E. 

Gale : G. A. 
Garthside : E. 

Geen : C. A. 

Geeson : A. G. 
George : B. 

Gibbon : W. J. 
Gilford : H. E. 
Gloyne : A. H. 
Godfrey : F. W. 
Godwin: W.J.T. 
Golding : H. H. 
Goldsmith : E. F. 
Goodall : A. E. J. 
Goodwin : H. T. 
Gordon : C. B. 
Goulder : A. C. 
Graham : A. 

Grant : J. D. 

Gray : Miss S. C. 
Green : C. 

Green : F. E. 

Green : F. S. M. 
Green : P. 

Greenidge : J. T. W. 
Greenwood : J. H. 
Gregor-Grant : G. 
Greig : B. 

Greig : Miss J. M. 
Grellier : C. 
Gresswell : H. 

Grey : J. 

Guv : R. hi. 

Hack: M. S. 

Hale : A. 

Halfhide: F.W. 
Hall: H. J. 

Hall : J. P. 

Hamilton : I. B. M. 
Hampshire : E. L. 
Hands: J. G. 



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Hanton ; P. K. 
Hargroves : Miss A. M. 
Harkess : W. 

Harley : T. 

Harman : G. T. 
Harrington : D. E. 
Harris : L. Y. 

Harris : W. H. 

Harrison : Mrs. E. G. 
Harrison : H. St. J. 
Harriss : E. R. B. 
Harvey : F. M. 

Harvey : G. 

Harvey : J. L. 

Harwood : A. W. 
Hawkins : P. W. 

Hayes : L. A. 

Hayworth : D P. 

Heal : R. G. 

Healey: H. 

Hepburn : J. W. 

Herford : T. W. 
Heysham :T. E. 

Higgs : FI. J. 

Hinton : J. G. 

Hioms : P. T. 

Hiscock : L. R. 

Hitch: J. O. B. 

Hobday : R. • 

Hodges : J. S. 

Hollis : H. C. 

Home : G. W. 

Hooper: A. F. 
Hopwood : J . 

Homer : H. B. L. 
Hosking : T. S. 

Hossack : J . D . 

Howe : J. L. 

Huddart: R. M. F. 
Hudson : P. S. 
Hughes: B. 

Hughes : Miss E. K. D. 
Hughes : J. O’H. 

Hume : B. S. 

Humphry : H. \V . 
Hunt: S. 

Hunt : V. C. 
Hutchinson : C. E. 
Hyde : S. 

Hyslop : C. G. C. 
Ingham : W. 

Inman : G. H. N. 
Jackman : F. L. 
Jackson : B. H. 

Jacob : L. 

James : J. AY. 

Jaques : S. 
jardine : H. S. 

Jarrett : E. R. 

Jell : G. T. 

Jellev : F. R. 

Jellicoe : G. A. 
Jennings : E, W. 


Jollye : E. A. 

Jones : G. H. 

Jones : H. E. 

Jones : W. H. 

Joseph : E. M. 

Kaula : W. 

Keep : N. P. 

Keesey : W. M. 

Kemp : C. G. 

Kemp : F. H. N. C. 
Kemp : L. H. 

Kendall : G. E. 

Kennard : J. M. 

Key : W. D. 

Kidd : H. D. 

Kimpton : C. S. 

King : C. O. 

King : V. H. 

Kirby : S. C. 

Knight : S. 

Knott : A. L. 

Knott : A. S. 

Lamb : H. A. 

Lambert : F. H. 
Langrish-Toye : F. C. 
Last : F. B. 

Law : O. W. M. 

Laws : H. H. 

Lay : A. P. 

Ledger : G. H. 

Lee : J. S. 

Lees : E. W. 

Legge : H. A. 

: Le Hunte : L. 

Leverkus : Miss G. W. M. 
Lewis : W. A. 

Ley : A. H. 

Lidbury : G. V. 

Lindo : H. W. E. 

Ling : R. B. 

Lipp : A. E. C. 

Lisle : B. E. 

Lister : H. A. 

Lloyd : A. P. 

Lloyd : S. H. 

Lloyd : W. A. S. 

Logan : Major P. N. 
Lone : R. VV. 

Lord: W.T. 

Lovell : P. W. 

Loweth : S. H. 

Luck : H. R. 

Ludlow : W. H. 

Lutvens : E. J. T. 
McDermott : W. K. 
MacDonald : A. G. 
Macfadyen : Miss I. J. 
Macfarlane : G. G. 
Macgregor : J . 
Macgregor : J. E. M. 
Mackenzie : H. B. 
McLeavy ; G. E. 
McManus : F. E. B. 


McNeil : P. 

Macpherson : D. 

Mager : E. J. 

Marchant : F. O. 

M archant : R. 

Marshall : F. W. 

Marshall : H. J. C. 
Martin : J. G. 

Martyn : L. D. 

Matheson : K. W. 

May : P. 

Mayhew : A. E. 

Maynard : D. C. 

Meikle : Miss E. 

Meikle : J. A. 

Mendham : J. B. 

Merille de Colleville : H. 
L. E. 

Metcalfe : J. A. 

Migotti : A. 

Miller: C. St. J. G. 
Miller: J. J. 

Miller: S. R. 

Minoprio : C. A. 

Minty : R. J. H. 

Minty : W. S. 

Mitchell : E. A. 

Monk : S. G. 

Monson : J. W. S. 

Moon : H. A. 

Moore : Capt. H. E. 
Moore : J. R. 

Morant : C. A. L. 
Morgan : C. L. T. 
Money : P. 

Morrice : A. G. 

Morris : A. G. 

Morrison : J. 

Mosely : Miss E. 

Moss : D. J. 

Moss : H. E. 

Moulding : L. G. 
Mullins: G. T. 
Mulready : P. W. 
Mummery : J. C. S. 
Munt : F. E. S. 

Murray : K. D. P. 

M usman : E. P. B. 
Myers : A. R. 

Nash : E. T. E. 

Nelson : C. O. 

Newman : P. C. 
Newnham : J. 

North : E. S. 

Odom : J. H. 

Orr: R. 

Osier : F. 

Owen : G. L. 

Owen : R. \Y. 

Pace : C. L. 

Page : E. G.